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The Best Neighborhoods in Howard County Maryland for Renters

The Best Neighborhoods in Howard County Maryland for Renters

Howard County, MD, offers everything from bustling cities to rolling countryside. The convenience of an easy commute to Baltimore or Washington DC continues to draw people to the area. Whether you are a landlord looking to invest or a tenant in search of a home, check out this list of the best Howard County neighborhoods […]

Top 4 Tips To Smoothly Handle Your Rental’s Emergency Maintenance

Being a rental property owner leaves very little time for dull moments. To start, you search out and purchase the “perfect” property, perform upgrades and renovations so your investment becomes a hot commodity, and then interview interested tenants until you find the ideal one. Once all of that work is done, you may feel ready […]

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 […]

5 Things Landlords Should Know About Renting to Roommates

As the average rental rates continue to rise nationwide and the percentage of people living with someone other than their spouse or partner continues to rise as well, it is important for property owners in Howard County to understand what it might mean to lease their rental property to roommates. Despite the fact that your […]

Top 5 Mistakes New Landlords Make, and How to Avoid Them

If you are lucky enough to own rental property in Ellicott City, you know that managing a rental home requires experience, knowledge, and a lot of patience.  In addition, you know that if you do not employ a property management company, self-managing rental homes means running a small business on your own. Or, maybe you […]

5 Reasons to Collect Rent Online

Collecting rent from your Howard County tenant is no easy feat.  Especially if you have more than one rental property. Remember, you must keep accurate records of all rent payments accepted and balance any other financial transactions that may dip into this rent collection income for when tax time comes. In the end, this adds […]

Top 7 Ways Your Tenants Can Temporarily Decorate Your Rental Home

Even though your Howard County tenants do not own the property they lease from you, chances are they want it to feel like home; for the time being, it is their home. Many property owners have strict rules when it comes to decorating or making any changes to the interior of their rental property, and […]

How to Keep a Good Relationship With Your Tenants

Customer satisfaction is the key to any business’ success.  So, as a rental property owner, a good tenant relationship should be a priority. Whether you self-manage your investment properties, or employ Howard County’s top property management company to help you out, the importance of seeking a good landlord-tenant relationship should not be underestimated. There are […]

Outdoor Updates to Your Rental Property Worth the Price Tag

Howard County is one of the most competitive rental property markets in Maryland.  With beautiful scenery, the excitement of city life, and a touch of history sprinkled throughout, it is no wonder people are rushing to make Howard County their home.  Plus, with plenty of work opportunities that pay well above the average American income […]

How to Handle the Dreaded Pest Control in Your Investment Property

In the past, we have discussed some of the legal considerations Howard County property owners should be aware of when it comes to pest control in a rental property. In short, as a property owner you are legally responsible for providing a pest-free property to your tenants upon the start of a lease term.  From […]