Matthew Greeves - Tuesday, February 26, 2019
It is true that the new DC laws are favorable to tenants than to the landlords. However, why is it good to be a tenant in DC and get access to a professional property manager in Washington DC? What laws lean advantageously towards property management in Washington DC?
Matthew Greeves - Tuesday, February 19, 2019
For many years tenants and landlords have complained that the DC eviction process is not fair. Landlords complain that the process is slow and inefficient, because, it takes too long to regain ownership of the rental unit after an eviction order. Tenants have criticized the process as inhumane and resulting in destruction, ...
Matthew Greeves - Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Many homeowners would love to work with a professional and licensed property manager in Washington DC to work on their behalf to lease and manage their home. However, not everyone sees the value of paying an agent fee for our expertise. Yes, it’s not easy to know about the work that’s involved in preparing a home for rent which ...
jennytu - Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Here in Washington, D.C., we can only take a few factors into consideration when screening applicants for rental properties. Today, we’re talking about tenant screening and what you need to know in order to remain legally compliant when you’re selecting and placing tenants.
jennytu - Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Washington, D.C. is a unique place. In fact, we have more protected classes than almost any other jurisdiction in the U.S. As a landlord, it’s important that you know those protected classes. Today, we’re talking about some of the basic landlord tenant laws that you need to be aware of in Washington, D.C.
jennytu - Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Property management costs in Washington, DC depend on the services you’re receiving from a property management company. There are two main components to property management: leasing and management.
Meghan - Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Today, only 12% of renters are leaving to buy homes, and that number is expected to continue to decline. Renting has become an economic and lifestyle choice for more than half (57%) of those under the age of 34 and 46% of those under the age of 45. It seems the United States population favors apartment living, and according to ...
Meghan - Thursday, September 5, 2013
Buying your first house used to be the crowning milestone of adulthood. Real Estate was considered the wisest investment one can make – the obvious choice for a growing family. In short, homeownership was a big part of the American dream. But today the American dream is changing and economic trends have changed attitudes ...
Meghan - Wednesday, August 7, 2013
11 Apartment Hunting Tips for Renters
Meghan - Monday, August 5, 2013
According to the National Association of Realtors, 5 to 6 million new renter households will be created within the next 10 years. In this infographic, we take a look at why most renters are opting not to buy a home and why it’s currently a renter’s market.