The whole world is fighting valiantly against the much-reported novel coronavirus. Who has not heard about its effects on the world? One of the areas it impacts which people are most concerned about is business. Essential businesses remain open, which, for landlords, is good news. However, at least some tenants in Maryland are indeed suffering financially. Landlords can work together with tenants to fight victoriously.
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Happy New Year! This time of year, many people are making resolutions about their personal lives, from resolving to eat better and go to the gym to deciding to budget and control their finances better. Your personal life does not have to be the only area you make resolutions for, however. If you are a landlord, you can make new year resolutions to kick old, bad habits and be a better landlord. Here are some suggestions to consider.
If you are looking to become a landlord in Maryland, there are several things you should know before jumping in. Being a landlord entails multiple responsibilities and requires much preparation beforehand. Are you ready to become a landlord? Here are the top tips for landlords in Maryland.
It is essential that landlords take the time to review every application they get from prospective applicants. In fact, including questions that get to the root of whether a potential tenant is a quality tenant is a crucial aspect of landlords that can often get overlooked. Here are just a few of the questions that need should be in every application. (more…)
Once you purchase your investment property, you are faced with a massive dilemma: what do I replace and what do I simply get rid of? It can be an extremely mind-boggling experience. In fact, choosing the best way to make your investment property work for you is to determine what items would be cost-effective to replace or upgrade and which items may need to simply be thrown out. Here are some of the more common items that are typically considered to be changed in a new investment property. (more…)