Writing A Friendly Rent Increase Letter

Writing a Friendly Rent Increase Letter

By Direction Inc | May 29, 2020

One of the most difficult tasks for a landlord is notifying them that their rent is going to increase. Here is how to write a friendly rent increase letter.

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What Landlords Need to Know About Renting to College Students

6 Things Landlords Need to Know About Renting to College Students

By Direction Inc | May 28, 2020

Renting to college students offers a number of opportunities to you as a potential landlord. What do you really need to know about college students and their rental habits? Consider these potential factors.

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Spotting A Fake Landlord Reference

Spotting Fake Landlord References

By Direction Inc | May 27, 2020

There is a thriving economy for false references in the rental world. The following tips are tried and true ways to spot a fake reference.

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When Tenants Wants to Break Their Lease: A Guide to Early Termination for Landlords

Early Termination for Landlords (4 Things to Keep in Mind)

By Direction Inc | May 26, 2020

Many challenges can cause tenants to want to break their lease early. What do you do if one of your tenants wants early termination?

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Rental Property Summer Landscaping Tips

8 Easy Landscaping Tips for Your Rental Property

By Devin Henry | May 22, 2020

With the summer months fast creeping up, many landlords are turning their attention to landscaping. Try these tips to keep your properties looking their best this summer.

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How to Explain Renters Insurance to Tenants 1

How to Explain Renters Insurance to Tenants

By Devin Henry | May 6, 2020

Finding a dependable renter who pays their rent on time, takes care of the property, and gets along with other tenants is harder and harder to find these days. Especially after COVID-19 hit. […]

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7 Ways to Lower your Mortgage Rate

7 Ways to Lower Your Mortgage Rate

By Direction Inc | April 29, 2020

Your mortgage is often lower than a rental payment which saves you money. Today we’re here to discuss a few tips on how you can lower your mortgage rate.

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What is the ROI of improving curb appeal for a rental? 4

What is the ROI of improving curb appeal for a rental?

By Devin Henry | April 28, 2020

Owning a rental property can be incredibly lucrative and rewarding, and history has proven that investing in real estate is one of the most reliable ways to generate wealth over the long term.  […]

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Rent Control in Washington, D.C.: What You Need To Know

Rent Control in Washington, D.C.: What You Need to Know

By Direction Inc | April 27, 2020

It’s not cheap to rent an apartment in Washington, D.C., which is why rent control is important for potential tenants. Here is a look at the history and future of rent control in Washington, D.C.

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5 Steps to Getting a Washington DC Rental Property License

5 Steps to Getting a Washington DC Rental Property License

By Direction Inc | April 24, 2020

Getting into the rental business can be a great additional source of income, but you need a DC rental property license to get started. Read on to discover the 5 basic steps you need to take to get started.

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45 Real Estate Terms Every Property Investor Should Know 5

45 Real Estate Terms Every Property Investor Should Know

By Devin Henry | April 23, 2020

Real estate investing is one of the safest investments you can make, but there is a learning curve. You have to do your homework before you invest in your first property to limit your risk […]

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How to Get the Best Mortgage Rate on Your Home in 2020

Getting the Best Mortgage Rate on Your Home in 2020

By Direction Inc | April 22, 2020

If you already own a home or you’re looking to purchase one in 2020, we want you to understand mortgage rates and how to lock in the best one out there. Read on for a few tips we’ve prepared.

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Property Management Laws in Fairfax County, Va

Property Management Laws in Fairfax County, VA

By Direction Inc | April 20, 2020

Designing a property management plan that fits your financial goals is no easy task. Learn more here.

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REITS vs Owning Rental Property: Which One is Right For You? 6

REITS vs Owning Rental Property: Which One is Right For You?

By Devin Henry | April 17, 2020

For many people, investing in real estate is a smart financial decision. When you choose to monetize your real estate, you have the chance to make a sizeable income over a long period […]

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What to consider when buying a house

Home Buying Strategies in Washington DC: A Primer for Investors

By Devin Henry | April 10, 2020

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the homeownership rate at the end of 2019 was 65.1%. Despite how daunting it can feel, homeownership is possible for most Americans. It’s even possible to turn […]

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A house key in the front door of a house on move-in day.

How to House Hack in the Nation’s Capital, Washington, DC

By sarah | April 8, 2020

With the average home price of $626,911 in the District of Columbia (DC), you’re probably suffering from sticker shock. This area of the country has the second most expensive housing market with Hawaii as the […]

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Must-Know Legal Regulations for an English Basement in DC: Laws and Guidelines

By Devin Henry | April 6, 2020

Are you a DC property owner looking to earn a sizable rental income?  Due to the proportion of federal government employees, DC is a company town. Given its nature, the city attracts some high-earners looking […]

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calculate dc rental yield

What’s a Good Rental Yield in Washington D.C.?

By Devin Henry | April 3, 2020

Washington D.C. has a perennially strong economy, great livability, a hot real estate market, several universities, and a huge workforce (the political class) that has a high turnover rate. All of those factors […]

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The Investors' Guide to English Basements in Washington, D.C.

The Investors’ Guide to English Basements in Washington, D.C.

By Jenna Rieling | April 1, 2020

When space is at a premium and you don’t have a lot of land to work with, one way you can expand a house is by building up or down. Let’s explore what English basements are and how they affect a property’s value.

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rowhouses in Wasington DC, airbnb house hacking concept

Airbnb House Hacking in Washington DC

By Jenna Rieling | March 26, 2020

Owning a home is an integral part of the American Dream. Unfortunately, it could turn into a nightmare once you start thinking about paying a mortgage. That’s where house hacking, in particular Airbnb […]

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passive income

Passive Income with Benefits: House Hacking

By Devin Henry | March 24, 2020

Can you buy a house and avoid paying the mortgage? Can you build equity without a formidable investment? You can, and it doesn’t have anything to do with magic. It’s called house hacking, […]

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Innovation Center

Investing for the Future: The Innovation Center Station

By Devin Henry | March 12, 2020

Washington D.C. has long been a hotspot for real estate investors. Recognized as one of the top-10 most expensive cities to live in the U.S., it continues to see periods of sustained growth and […]

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5 Essential Questions to Ask Before Investing in the Shady Grove Housing Market 7

5 Essential Questions to Ask Before Investing in the Shady Grove Housing Market

By Devin Henry | March 10, 2020

The DC red line is home to some of the best real estate markets in the DMV, from DuPont Circle to Bethesda to Silver Spring.  But if you’re looking for affordable housing, look […]

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Upper Georgia Avenue

Investing for the Future: Upper Georgia Avenue

By Devin Henry | March 9, 2020

While D.C. had a huge population boom in recent years, many have noticed that it’s slowed down. A major reason for this was the fact that there just wasn’t enough development for people […]

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Manage Multiple Properties

11 Tips for How to Manage Multiple Properties With Ease

By Devin Henry | March 6, 2020

Real estate investments account for $9 billion of all of the investments made in the country every single year. One of the reasons this number is so big is that many people choose […]

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DC Investments: New Builds vs. the Fixer Upper

DC Investments: New Builds vs. the Fixer Upper

By Devin Henry | March 4, 2020

Congratulations! You’ve decided to invest in property in one of the fastest-growing markets in the country — Washington D.C. Hailed for its historic charm, close proximity to the bustling city life, and picturesque […]

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Buying a Rental Property

Buying a Rental Property in Washington DC: 14 Things to Know

By Devin Henry | March 3, 2020

Are you looking to make an investment with a proven ROI? Look no further than buying rental property in Washington D.C. Home to historical significance, a bustling city life, and picturesque backdrops, Washington […]

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Before Buying a Rental Property

11 Crucial Things To Know Before Buying a Rental Property

By Devin Henry | March 2, 2020

Generating a stream of passive income is one of the best ways to reach financial freedom. Real estate, in particular, is a reliable method to do so. Put simply, purchasing a rental property […]

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investing in Dupont Circle

6 Essential Questions to Ask Before Investing in Dupont Circle Properties

By Nick LaIuppa | February 27, 2020

DuPont Circle is one of the neighborhoods that anchors the entire District of Columbia. When people think of DC, they think of the National Mall and the international, blended character of DuPont.  Exploring […]

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Reston, VA Real Estate

4 Things to Know Before Investing: Exploring Reston, VA Real Estate

By Will Murry | February 25, 2020

Virginia is for lovers…of life, that is. And if you find yourself living and working in the V side of the DMV, there’s no better place to be than Fairfax County–especially Reston.  It’s […]

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The 2020 Northern Virginia Housing Market Forecast 11

The 2020 Northern Virginia Housing Market Forecast

By Devin Henry | February 22, 2020

Whether you’re looking to relocate, or you’re a first time home buyer, you’re going to want to know what the housing market for your area looks like. Buying a home is a huge investment, and […]

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purple line metro

Will the Purple Line Metro Impact the DMV Housing Market?

By Eva Kocianova | February 18, 2020

If you live in the D.C. area, you may have heard rumors of a new Metro line being built. The Purple Line Metro is currently in progress, though it was halted by some […]

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yellow-line-dc

Along the Yellow Line: Investing in the Best Neighborhoods

By Devin Henry | February 15, 2020

When you hear about people building wealth, you probably hear a lot about real estate investment. A lot of people who are more well-off invest in real estate, and it’s easy to see […]

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The Best Home Investments Down the Red Line 12

The Best Home Investments Down the Red Line

By Will Murry | February 11, 2020

Washington, DC is our nation’s capital, and it’s also a bustling part of the country with an endless array of fantastic neighborhoods to choose from and home investments to indulge in. If you […]

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The DC Green Line: 6 Best Home Investments 13

The DC Green Line: 6 Best Home Investments

By Jenna Rieling | February 7, 2020

If you’re looking to invest in DC real estate, look no further than the Metro’s Green Line. The Green Line has 21 different stations in Washington DC and Prince George’s County, Maryland. It […]

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real estate investing

Real Estate Investing For Beginners

By Devin Henry | January 31, 2020

According to data, real estate flipping reached a 9 year high in 2019. However, the analysis also shows that returns are shrinking.  What does this mean for real estate investing for beginners, and is it […]

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housing market trends

The Inside Scoop on DC Metro: Housing Market Trends in 2020

By Devin Henry | January 30, 2020

With the turn of the new year and the new decade, many of us are taking a fresh look at our lives and what we want out of them. Are we really happy […]

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generate passive income through real estate

How to Generate Passive Income in The DMV with Income Producing Assets

By Devin Henry | January 28, 2020

Raise your hand if you’d like to be a millionaire. We’re betting every single person reading this has their hand up right now, because who wouldn’t want to be rich? But if you […]

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Why Invest in Real Estate Along the Silver Line 15

Why Invest in Real Estate Along the Silver Line

By Will Murry | January 18, 2020

Washington DC is one of the 10th most expensive cities to live in in the US, coming in 5th place behind New York, San Francisco, Honolulu and Boston, MA. In fact, residential real estate prices […]

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The DC Metropolitan Area Orange Line Investments 16

The DC Metropolitan Area Orange Line Investments

By Nick LaIuppa | January 15, 2020

Living and working in the area of Washington, D.C. can get expensive, but the quality of life makes it worthwhile. As a property investor, you may be interested in expanding your assets in […]

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Spring Property Management

Finding the Top Silver Spring Property Management Service

By Eva Kocianova | January 8, 2020

As a responsible investor, you’ve decided to make some moves in the real estate market. In particular, you’re interested in the Washington, D.C. area. You want to hire a property management company to […]

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The Future of Real Estate in Crystal City

By Devin Henry | January 4, 2020

Amazon has recently signed three Crystal City leases totaling 537,000 square feet. New development in the DC suburb has got locals wondering how Amazon HQ2 Crystal City will affect the housing market. While it […]

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15 Critical Interview Questions For Property Management Companies 19

15 Critical Interview Questions For Property Management Companies

By Direction Inc | December 30, 2019

Do you own residential real estate investments? As a responsible property owner and real estate investor, your top priority is the bottom line. You want to ensure that the real estate you’ve invested […]

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10 best places to eat in bethesda

Top 10 Places to Eat in Downtown Bethesda

By Devin Henry | December 27, 2019

Feeling hungry? Lucky for you, Downtown Bethesda and the surrounding area are the premier destinations in Maryland for wining, dining, and other fun activities. The area is renowned for its wide selection of fine […]

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bethesda trolley trail

The Bethesda Trolley Trail: Everything You Need To Know

By Devin Henry | December 27, 2019

With a near 5 star review, the Bethesda Trolley Trail is a must-do for anyone in Bethesda who loves walking, jogging, or cycling. The availability of safe, pleasant, and convenient urban trails is, in fact, […]

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theatre and arts

Must-See Theatre and Arts in Bethesda, Maryland

By Devin Henry | December 26, 2019

Did you know that Bethesda, Maryland is home to over 63,000 happy Americans? More and more people are moving to one of the most lovely towns in the country. Have you ever asked yourself, “What […]

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The Comprehensive Housing Market Forecast for Bethesda, MD (2020) 21

The Comprehensive Housing Market Forecast for Bethesda, MD (2020)

By Devin Henry | December 23, 2019

2019 was a tough year for both buyers and sellers across the nation, with low inventory, high entry-level prices, and the kind of economic uncertainty that makes baby boomers hang onto their older, larger home […]

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move to bethesdar

10 Interesting Reasons To Move to Bethesda, Maryland

By Devin Henry | December 20, 2019

Bethesda is one of the hottest towns to live in Maryland. There are so many reasons that people are relocating to Bethesda in droves. Home to about 65,000 residents, Bethesda provides close proximity to […]

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things to do in silver spring

5 Fun Things To Do In Silver Spring, MD

By Nomadic Real Estate | November 26, 2019

If you have Silver Spring on your radar as a place to invest in property, you’re on the right track. Renters occupy over 60% of homes in this town on the outskirts of […]

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proptech

5 Disruptive Ways PropTech Is Changing Real Estate

By Nomadic Real Estate | November 25, 2019

In today’s world, technology permeates almost every sector, from medical care to law enforcement. It should come as no surprise that proptech began to integrate with the real estate market in various waves […]

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move to silver spring

5 Fun Reasons You Should Move To Silver Spring

By Nomadic Real Estate | November 22, 2019

Did you know that Silver Spring Maryland is only 7 miles from Washington D.C.? Whether you’re looking for an easy commute to the city or live close by, there’s something for everyone.  This […]

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hoas and property management

7 Differences Between HOAs and Property Management Companies

By Nomadic Real Estate | November 21, 2019

Your rental property could have both an HOA and a property management company. The two entities are very different things. But without a good understanding of the role of an HOA versus a […]

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silver spring housing market

2020 Silver Spring Housing Market Forecast

By Nomadic Real Estate | November 5, 2019

The Silver Spring housing market isn’t the most expensive in the DMV area, not in comparison to Arlington or Fairfax counties (especially with Fairfax turning into Amazon’s new playground and Crystal City transforming […]

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hiring a property manager in falls church

6 Tempting Reasons for Hiring a Property Manager in Falls Church, VA

By Devin Henry | October 29, 2019

When you start looking for passive sources of income, one option people often consider is renting out real estate properties. In other words, you let someone rent out and live in your extra […]

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falls church date ideas

6 Date Ideas in Falls Church, VA

By Devin Henry | October 28, 2019

Everyone knows that Virginia is for lovers. And luckily for all lovers, Falls Church, Virginia offers some great options for date night. These date ideas are perfect for celebrating a special milestone or your […]

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smooth move in falls church

6 Tips and a New Resident Checklist: Moving to Falls Church, VA

By Devin Henry | October 27, 2019

Falls Church, VA is in close proximity to Washington, DC which makes it a popular place to live and work. If you’re thinking of relocating to the Falls Church area, there are a […]

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things to do in falls church

9 Swoon-Worthy Discoveries in Falls Church, VA

By Devin Henry | October 26, 2019

Moving to a new location is no easy task. There are a lot of loose ends to tie up and belongings to pack. Plus, you have to prepare yourself and your family for […]

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how to screen tenants

The Property Management Cheat-Sheet: How to Screen Tenants Effortlessly

By Devin Henry | October 15, 2019

Owning and renting out your property can come with plenty of perks, but it also comes with some pitfalls if you don’t have the right tenants. If you want to rent your property, […]

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what does a property management company do

What Does a Property Management Company Do?

By Devin Henry | October 15, 2019

Becoming a landlord is a fruitful endeavor because you can earn money now by renting your units out and earn money down the line as the value of the property increases. However, it can also become […]

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DC Airbnb Units

DC Short Term Rental Laws: What’s Changing in 2019

By Devin Henry | October 1, 2019

DC Airbnb Law 2019: Short Term Rental Regulations in the District Home-sharing platforms, such as Airbnb and VRBO (Vacation Rental By Owner, now owned by HomeAway), have dramatically increased in popularity over the […]

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downtown alexandria city scape

Moving to Alexandria, VA? Here’s What to Know

By Devin Henry | September 20, 2019

What you should know before moving to Alexandria VA So the Potomac River beckons your name? Ah Alexandria, the historic home of the brave, filled with national monuments, museums, landmarks, and nature hikes. […]

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how to find the best property management company

What to Look for in a Property Management Company

By Devin Henry | September 15, 2019

Property management companies are growing thanks to a decline in homeownership. So much so that in 2019 annual revenue was $76 billion dollars. There are currently over 281,000 property management companies operating in the […]

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alexandria's housing market

Alexandria’s Housing Market Forecast in 2019

By Devin Henry | September 6, 2019

The 2019 Forecast: Housing Market in Alexandria VA There is a lot of buzz about Alexandria’s housing market in 2019. The more popular term used to describe this spike in the market is […]

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Family preparing for moving

Moving to Fairfax, VA this Summer? 4 Smart Things You Need to Know

By Devin Henry | August 18, 2019

The weather is warm, and the flowers are blooming in the DMV area, and now is an exciting time to consider moving to Fairfax! The Fairfax, VA area is full of opportunity and […]

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George Washington Bridge

The Fairfax County Housing Market: Amazon’s New Playground

By Devin Henry | August 16, 2019

  On November 13th Jeff Bezos announced Amazon’s HQ2 is coming to the National Landing. The location choice: Northern Virginia. But why Northern Virginia? And, how will this impact the Fairfax County housing […]

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fairfax county

10 Interesting Things to Do in Fairfax County

By Devin Henry | August 12, 2019

  Are you considering moving to Fairfax County? Well, there’s not much convincing to do because this city speaks for itself. Whatever you’re looking for, prepare to be dazzled, inspired, and engaged when […]

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Downtown Alexandria Virginia Buildings Reflected in the Potomac River

Experience Alexandria, VA with These 9 Fun Things to Do

By Devin Henry | August 6, 2019

  Alexandria is one of the most historic cities in the nation. Located just outside of D.C., there’s a rich culture here that everyone should experience. Whether you’re just visiting, looking to rent, […]

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Arlington County Rental Laws: Property Management Guide 53

Arlington County Rental Laws: Property Management Guide

By Devin Henry | July 5, 2019

A Complete Guide to Arlington County Rental Laws   Landlord and tenant laws in Arlington County can be fairly complex; the laws depend on the number of rental properties you own, and get […]

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Should I Hire a Professional Property Manager in Arlington? 54

Should I Hire a Professional Property Manager in Arlington?

By Devin Henry | July 2, 2019

Your Guide To Finding The Right Professional Property Manager in Arlington, VA Smart investors know that hiring a professional property manager comes with a lot of benefits. For instance, property managers protect your […]

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15 Fun Things to do in Arlington, VA 55

15 Fun Things to do in Arlington, VA

By Devin Henry | June 28, 2019

We love introducing people to Arlington and the surrounding area. This is one of the most diverse and dynamic places to live in the entire country! Are you visiting, investing, or looking for […]

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Northern Virginia Property Management Guide – Best Places to Live in Arlington, Alexandria, and Fairfax 56

Northern Virginia Property Management Guide – Best Places to Live in Arlington, Alexandria, and Fairfax

By Devin Henry | June 24, 2019

Are you relocating to Northern Virginia? Maybe you’re local to the area and looking for a new place to live! Today we are going to explore some of the most happening neighborhoods in […]

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How to Find the Best Property Management Companies in Arlington, Virginia 58

How to Find the Best Property Management Companies in Arlington, Virginia

By Devin Henry | June 19, 2019

So you have decided to hire a professional property management company for your Arlington rental home. It’s the right choice to make, but, how do you go about finding one? There are plenty […]

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12 Ways to Boost the Curb Appeal of Your Rental Property 60

12 Ways to Boost the Curb Appeal of Your Rental Property

By Devin Henry | March 5, 2019

When it comes to the return on your rental investment as a landlord, there are countless factors that are entirely outside of your control. Your rental yield can fluctuate year to year and […]

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Capitol Hill Neighborhood Profile 61

Capitol Hill Neighborhood Profile

By Suzannah Van Rooy | February 26, 2019

Tag along with the Nomadic team, as we explore Capitol Hill. This historic neighborhood is the heart of DC and the nation. The overall vibe is neighborly, tight knit, and family friendly. Its […]

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You'll Never Guess what this Gorgeously Renovated Home used to be... 62

You’ll Never Guess what this Gorgeously Renovated Home used to be…

By Suzannah Van Rooy | February 22, 2019

In the property management business, we’ve come to realize that one home can serve a multitude of functions over its lifetime. Like 1500 D St, for example. Purchased by its current owner in […]

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Why ACH Payments are Safer Than Writing a Check for Rent 63

Why ACH Payments are Safer Than Writing a Check for Rent

By Suzannah Van Rooy | February 8, 2019

In the day and age of increased cyber security concerns, the hesitation around utilizing ACH payments for rent debit or deposit is understood. It might be a surprise to hear, but electronic fund transfer […]

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Bang for your Buck: DC's 5 most Affordable Neighborhoods 64

Bang for your Buck: DC’s 5 most Affordable Neighborhoods

By Suzannah Van Rooy | January 30, 2019

Living in the Capital of the United States comes with the reward of being in the center of activity that shapes our nation: politics, culture, and economics. There is no lack in variety […]

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HELP! How to Decide When To Call for Home Emergency Services 66

HELP! How to Decide When To Call for Home Emergency Services

By Suzannah Van Rooy | January 24, 2019

We’ve all had those days where nothing seems to go right. The sink faucet breaks, the refrigerator starts leaking and the dishwasher stops working entirely. After cursing the gods, our next instinct is […]

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Preparing for a Snowier than Normal 2019 Winter 67

Preparing for a Snowier than Normal 2019 Winter

By Suzannah Van Rooy | January 9, 2019

2019 weather predictions are calling for a snowier and later than usual winter this year. To ensure plenty of worry free and cozy nights by the fireplace, we recommend reading and following our […]

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The Most Stunning Christmas Trees of Washington D.C. 68

The Most Stunning Christmas Trees of Washington D.C.

By Suzannah Van Rooy | December 20, 2018

We are head over heels for the gorgeous Christmas trees of Washington D.C. They are taking over the landscape from Union Station to The White House and City Center to the Botanical gardens. […]

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How to Winterize Your Home to Protect from Freezing Temperatures 69

How to Winterize Your Home to Protect from Freezing Temperatures

By Suzannah Van Rooy | November 27, 2018

It’s that time of year again. The holiday lights are strewn across the city, and temperatures are finally hitting freezing. Although we love a good snow day, it is incredibly important to remember […]

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6 Tips for Moving Internationally from Washington DC 70

6 Tips for Moving Internationally from Washington DC

By Suzannah Van Rooy | November 26, 2018

Washington DC is an incredibly transient city. People come and go from all corners of the world, daily. A lot of this movement can be attributed to career or educational opportunities. Our friends […]

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Adams Morgan Neighborhood Profile 71

Adams Morgan Neighborhood Profile

By Suzannah Van Rooy | November 19, 2018

Tag along with Nomadic as we explore Adams Morgan.  Known for its vibrant nightlife, great eateries, and walkability, Adams Morgan is one of the most eclectic and exciting neighborhoods in the Washington, DC area. […]

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Using Your Heating System Efficiently in Colder Weather 72

Using Your Heating System Efficiently in Colder Weather

By Suzannah Van Rooy | November 9, 2018

As it continues to get colder in the DMV, the Nomadic team has a few recommendations to help you use the heating systems in your home efficiently. This, usually, is as simple as […]

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How to Maximize Space, or the Appearance of it, in a Studio Apartment 73

How to Maximize Space, or the Appearance of it, in a Studio Apartment

By Suzannah Van Rooy | October 25, 2018

Space in Washington DC studio apartments can be tight, but they don’t necessarily have to look or feel like it. With the help of a few decorating tips, creative storage units and furniture […]

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How to Find the Perfect Tenant 75

How to Find the Perfect Tenant

By Suzannah Van Rooy | September 27, 2018

Finding the perfect renter for your investment property can take a lot of hard work. If all goes well, the time and effort you put in to the search will result in that […]

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How to Prepare Your Home for Fall and the Coming Colder Season 76

How to Prepare Your Home for Fall and the Coming Colder Season

By Suzannah Van Rooy | September 25, 2018

The love for fall is strong here at Nomadic headquarters. We are excited about all things pumpkin spice, football, cooler temps, and of course, the changing colors of leaves. However much we love […]

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Why You Should Hire a Property Manager 77

Why You Should Hire a Property Manager

By Suzannah Van Rooy | September 19, 2018

Being a landlord has two effects on your life: financial gain and complete exhaustion. Of course, seeing the monthly rent hit your bank account is gratifying. However, the time and effort it takes […]

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Top 10 Ways Washington DC Tenants can be Evicted 78

Top 10 Ways Washington DC Tenants can be Evicted

By Suzannah Van Rooy | September 13, 2018

Facing or enforcing an eviction is uncomfortable for every party involved. However, it is important to note, not all evictions are due to tenants’ bad behavior.  As property managers, we feel we have […]

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How to Immediately React to a Flood Inside Your Home 79

How to Immediately React to a Flood Inside Your Home

By Suzannah Van Rooy | September 10, 2018

With Fall coming into full swing, we can welcome in cooler temps, along with tons of rain. While the change in temperature is a sweet relief, the accompanying down pours can lead to […]

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Save on Nationals Tickets in the 2018 Season 80

Save on Nationals Tickets in the 2018 Season

By Suzannah Van Rooy | July 20, 2018

Great news for all of you die hard Nationals fans, fair-weather fans, or fair weather lovers (see what we did there?): we, here at Nomadic Real Estate, have teamed up with the Nationals […]

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Top 5 Things To Do Instead Of Managing Your Own Property 81

Top 5 Things To Do Instead Of Managing Your Own Property

By Suzannah Van Rooy | June 27, 2018

If you’ve ever managed your own rental property, you aware of how time consuming it can be. Whether it’s finding and screening tenants, scheduling showings, price shopping maintenance crews or replacing garbage disposals yourself, […]

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Top Tips to Beat the Summer Heat 82

Top Tips to Beat the Summer Heat

By Suzannah Van Rooy | June 3, 2018

As high temperatures and sweat patches start to make their appearance everywhere, the search for ways to beat the summer heat has officially begun. Check out the following tips to help manage your […]

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6 Preventative Maintenance Procedures To Save You Time and Cash 83

6 Preventative Maintenance Procedures To Save You Time and Cash

By Suzannah Van Rooy | May 29, 2018

Performing preventative maintenance on your home is comparable to maintaining a healthy routine for your body. The more that you do today to keep in good health, the more money you will save […]

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5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your Rental Property 84

5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your Rental Property

By Suzannah Van Rooy | April 9, 2018

Being a novice home buyer with intentions of renting it out can be potentially one of the most stressful, yet lucrative investments one can make in a lifetime. As industry leaders in property […]

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6 Renovations to Improve Property Value on a Rental 85

6 Renovations to Improve Property Value on a Rental

By Suzannah Van Rooy | January 18, 2018

Like people, houses age. It doesn’t matter how well you keep up with preventative maintenance or the level of wear and tear on the house, as it goes through time, your home will […]

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Basic Business License

How to Get A Basic Business License in DC

By Nomadic Real Estate | October 2, 2017

Did you know, in order to rent your DC property to tenants, it is required by DC law to acquire a Basic Business License? This information tends to come as a surprise to […]

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