A Landlord's Guide to Lease Renewals

A Landlord's Guide to Lease Renewals
The housing market is on a high right now, with many landlords taking home higher profits than they might have even imagined when they first started investing. If you've found yourself in this boat as well, it's important that you take the time to learn a lot about lease ...

Everything Landlords Should Know About Security Deposits

Everything Landlords Should Know About Security Deposits
More than a third of Americans rent their homes as of 2019. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause havoc in the rental industry, making rent collection difficult for new landlords.At times like these, landlords need to return to the fundamentals. Almost every landlord collects ...

Support Animals in Rentals: What Landlords Need to Know

Support Animals in Rentals: What Landlords Need to Know
Hundreds of thousands of people have emotional support animals (otherwise known as ESAs). The number is always rising as the stigma against mental healthcare starts to dissipate. As a landlord, you're going to encounter tenants who have their own support animals. Bu...

How To Become a Landlord With a Small Investment

How To Become a Landlord With a Small Investment
Purchasing a rental property and becoming a landlord is a great way to earn some passive income. Unfortunately, this is something that for many people seems out of reach. Property costs money and in the US 32% of people don't own their own homes let alone a second one fo...

Rental Valuation: How Much Rent Can You Get?

Rental Valuation: How Much Rent Can You Get?
Rental prices across the country are on the rise. Inflation and housing demand are two primary factors driving up rent.In Washington D.C., rental prices for studio and one-bedroom apartments are up 23% and 15% respectively. A two-bedroom apartment costs you more than $3,200 on av...

How to Make Rent Collection in Washington, DC, Easy

How to Make Rent Collection in Washington, DC, Easy
Is rent collection the bane of your existence as a landlord or investment property owner?You might travel across town once a month to pick up the payment, and, more often than not, your tenants don't seem to be home. Maybe you have a tenant who fails to pay rent on time every...

Pet or Pest?: Should You Accept Pets in a Rental Property?

Pet or Pest?: Should You Accept Pets in a Rental Property?
It shouldn't come as a surprise to you that pets are valued family members. Our pets are our loyal companions, and some might argue that pets are more loyal than other humans. They make us feel loved and prevent us from being lonely.Landlords might consider allowing pets on t...

3 Tips for Successful Portfolio Property Management

3 Tips for Successful Portfolio Property Management
Property management can be a highly lucrative industry, at least if you know what you're doing.Without the proper preparation and direction, being a property manager in Washington, DC can quickly become an expensive burden.Proper portfolio management can preven...

Rental Property Accounting: 3 Tips for Organizing Your Finances

Rental Property Accounting: 3 Tips for Organizing Your Finances
There are over 10 million individual investor landlords in the United States.If you’re one of the millions of Americans that own rental property, you’ve likely invested a lot of time and effort into it. An essential part of managing your rental property is good accoun...

How to Choose the Best Property Management Company in Washington DC

How to Choose the Best Property Management Company in Washington DC
Washington DC saw a population growth rate of 14.6% over the last ten years, which is the seventh highest in the country. With a surplus of renters and a hot real estate market, it’s an ideal location for real estate investment.If you decided to take the plunge into DC real...
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