Nothing makes the winter months cozy quite like the smell, crackle, and pop of a warm blaze in a fireplace in the living room or a firepit on the patio. Offering any feature that involves fire in your rental unit, however, can be risky. In addition to a potential house fire, think burns and breathing…

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A second home is not only an investment but a source of extra income. When you rent a home, you not only earn out of the rent but you start building a nice nest egg. Your home is quietly but surely appreciating in value over the years.

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Thinking about listing your house as a rental property? Great idea! Having a rental property has so many benefits including extra income, tax breaks, and the freedom to move around as you please knowing that your house isn’t left vacant and vulnerable! Still, there’s a lot that goes into making your house a good home…

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Residential Property Management

Being a military family means shifting base once every 3 years. This means that as a military family, you cannot stay in the dearest home that you like. Does that mean you have to sell it? No, not at all. This home is dear to you for many reasons. Why would you want to let go of it? You can still come back to it after you retire from the military. What to do with it until then? Rent it out, of course.

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Live Event Fall Rent Collection and Property Maintenance

Fall brings so many feels: pumpkins, crisp autumn air, cinnamon and pumpkin spice goodies… and preventative home maintenance. Responsible property management requires regular scheduling and completion of various exterior and interior tasks. Moon Ridge partner Mark Rosenfeld and realtor Ryan Hall discuss the basic maintenance necessities suited to the Fall season.

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Rent your home in financial distress with Property management company

Moon Ridge Property Management works with incredible property owners in Central Maryland. Here are some responses from another Q&A session. Today we deep dive into renting your property out when you may be struggling financially. 1. What made you decide to rent out your property as opposed to selling? We were underwater on our mortgage.…

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Learn how to Accept Pets as a Landlord—Responsibly

According to The Outline, the facebook page entitled ‘Dogs’ has over 6.5 million followers, and the ‘Cats’ page has over 2 million. In fact, animals make up a humongous portion of the internet, and of our everyday lives as well. The average pet owner thinks of their animals as their family and would never separate…

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Former U.S. Representative Ginny Brown-Waite once said, “For centuries, the world has heard the oppressed, the downtrodden and the vulnerable cry out for their freedoms.” When it comes to freedom, the less fortunate of our modern society are often all but forgotten. Poverty-stricken neighborhoods. An inability to find jobs that pay what they require each…

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What to do if Your Tenant has Filed for Bankruptcy During an Eviction

When choosing an appropriate candidate to rent your property out to, you likely took all of the appropriate measures. You worked hard to find the one that fit your location best. You also ensured that they had an immaculate history and financial status with no bankruptcy filings. However, sometimes, despite all of your hard work…

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