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Trick or Treat – Halloween Festivities and COVID Safety

Trick or Treat - Halloween Festivities and COVID Safety

Children young and old look forward to Halloween festivities every year. The candy, the costumes, and the crisp Fall weather draw crowds to both public events and neighborhood trick or treating. However, as COVID concerns continue, especially among young children, what can families do to be safe and still enjoy Halloween this year. Join us […]

Creating Rental Screening Policies in a Post COVID Era

Creating Rental Screening Policies in a Post COVID Era

The COVID pandemic has changed many things in the rental industry. However, landlords must have comprehensive and fair rental screening policies that remain consistent. That said, many renters had their income interrupted or even faced eviction due to the pandemic. So, how should future landlords view these circumstances? The trouble is, without thorough screening, landlords […]

Federal and State Eviction Assistance – What’s the Hold Up?

Federal and State Eviction Assistance - What's the Hold Up?

The COVID pandemic and resulting eviction moratoriums changed the dynamic between many tenants and landlords. While restrictions ramped up, the government stepped in to provide emergency relief to those facing financial hardship due to COVID. Both the CARES Act and American Rescue Plan Act promised crucial funding, but so far, only a tiny fraction has […]

Post COVID Evictions: Landlord’s Guide to Moving Forward

A Landlord's Guide to COVID Eviction Guidelines Moving Forward

Can landlords evict a non-paying tenant? This continues to be the question on millions of tenant’s and landlord’s minds across the country. Unfortunately, however, many landlords were left confused and frustrated by the changing, and sometimes contradictory, federal and state guidelines throughout the pandemic. In addition, emergency relief programs have struggled to get desperately needed […]

Recent Updates to COVID Eviction Moratorium Guidelines

Recent Updates to COVID Eviction Moratorium Guidelines

Confusion, frustration, and fear are all words that could easily describe the ever-changing COVID-19 eviction moratorium. As the months’ tick by, both landlords and tenants face uphill battles of a different kind. Plus, navigating the laws and relief program requirements can prove daunting. As the Federal Eviction Moratorium issued by the CDC expired, states and […]

A Return to In-Person Learning in Prince George’s County

A Return to In-Person Learning in Prince George's County

For students in Prince George’s County and across Maryland, the first day of the 2021-22 school year is approaching quickly. Prince George’s County recently announced its plan to return to in-person learning ahead of a September 8th start date. After a year of virtual classes, students, teachers, and parents will have to readjust to schedules, […]

CDC Eviction Ban: What Can Landlords Do to Protect Their Investment?

How Landlords can Deal With the CDC Eviction Ban

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) once again extended the national ban on evictions. What was supposed to expire on June 30th has now been pushed to July 31, 2021. In a statement made June 24th, the CDC said that this was intended to be the final extension of the orders meant to […]

How COVID-19 Policies have Exacerbated the Housing Crisis

How COVID-19 Policies have Exacerbated the Housing Crisis

The effects of the COVID housing crisis will be felt in the rental industry for years to come. While new legislation protected tenants from unpaid rent evictions, landlords with non-paying tenants found little relief or sympathy for their own financial wellbeing. As current orders are set to expire, the day of reckoning is coming. So, […]

How COVID is Changing Landlord-Tenant Laws

Navigating the Changing COVID Landlord-Tenant Laws in Virginia

It is safe to say that the COVID-19 pandemic changed the rental industry in many ways. While some regulations were in response to the economic and public health crisis, many restrictions and questions still linger now that things are returning to normal. Landlords across the United States have struggled to keep up with mounting back […]

Is Selling a Rental During COVID a Good Idea for Landlords?

Is Selling a Rental During COVID a Good Idea for Landlords?

A booming sellers’ market combined with an uncertain future for the rental industry has many owners questioning if now is the time to sell. Smaller landlords have been hit hard by the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent eviction bans. As that ban now stretches to the end of June (maybe further), what […]