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How to Choose Profitable Rental Property – The Risks and Rewards!

choosing a profitable rental property

  Owning and managing rental properties can be a rewarding and profitable investment. However, before taking the leap, there are many things to consider. Carefully weighing the risks with the benefits will propel you to rental investment success. Unsure how to choose a profitable rental property? Check out these considerations below before buying rental property. […]

6 Reasons to Make Your Howard County Property Eco-Friendly

Did you know 40% of the United States’ total annual energy consumption is swallowed up by residential and commercial sectors? That’s a lot of energy. In addition, it is suggested that Americans leave an average carbon footprint of nearly 5 times the worldwide average. Measuring in at 50 tons of total greenhouse emissions per United […]

7 Ways to Increase Your Baltimore County Rental Property Income

If you own a coveted Baltimore County rental property, chances are you are commanding an exceptional rent amount each month. Thanks in large part to Towson University, and the peaceful serenity of the suburbs, mixed with the nearby excitement of the city, having an investment property in the nearby Towson region is one of the […]

Your Go-To Checklist for Investing in a Rental Property

Investing in an Anne Arundel County rental property is on many people’s minds these days. Located near major industries, the shore of Chesapeake Bay, and larger cities such as Baltimore, Anne Arundel County is a great location to live in. However, if you are just starting out in the rental property business, it can feel […]

The Benefits and Risks of Buying an Off-the-Plan Property

Would you invest in a Harford County rental property without first seeing it? If so, you are one of the many property owners that might enjoy the idea of purchasing a not-yet-constructed, brand spanking new rental home. While being the first to purchase a property that has never been lived in can be exciting and […]

Survival Tips for First-Time Landlords: Avoiding Trouble at All Costs

First-time landlords in Montgomery County make up a unique group of people. Some are homeowners looking to upsize or downsize and thus want to lease their home; some are investors seeking ways to fund their retirement or quit their corporate jobs; while others are accidental landlords, who for one reason or another, must turn their […]

What to Consider Before Investing in a Rental Home with an HOA

Homeowners associations in America don’t have the best reputation.  They have a history of complaints of abuse, mismanagement, and wasted finances, and things don’t seem to be changing. However, there are some benefits to investing in a home that is part of an HOA. The best thing to do is, before you invest in a […]

How Many Properties Should You Buy and Manage as a Montgomery County Landlord?

Rental properties are a great way to invest your money and supplement your income. This is especially true if you are investing in the Montgomery County area. With plenty of properties to choose from in a quickly-growing region with lots of appealing amenities, owning rental property in Montgomery County will provide you a steady cash […]

Dealing with a Tough Homeowners Association for Your Rental Property

  Homeowners associations (HOAs) are gaining popularity all across the state of Maryland and property owners are flocking to purchase property that is part of an HOA.  Take a look at this list to get an idea of just how many HOAs there are in existence right now, with additions consistently being made. So why […]

The Benefits of Investing in a Foreclosure

For many people, investing in a rental property in Montgomery County will be one of the largest, and most stressful, purchasing decisions made to date. Finding an ideal property on the market, in the right neighborhood, with enough amenities to appeal to prospective tenants, and of course funding the down payment, just scratches the surface […]