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Accessibility Features in a Rental Property

By Drew Maddox | September 4, 2020

Baby Boomers are quickly approaching retirement age, and with that change the United States is seeing a rise in the elderly population that will only continue for the next twenty years or more.  […]

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Guide: Move-Out Inspection

By Devin Henry | August 26, 2020

When a tenant moves out, it’s important to assess the condition of the property to ensure your residential real estate is ready for a new tenant. That’s why a move-out inspection is so […]

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When Does a Guest Become a Tenant? How to Write a Guest Policy

By Devin Henry | August 24, 2020

As a property manager, you carefully consider all of the potential tenants before signing a lease; you interview applicants, contact references, and screen financial qualifications. Unfortunately, when it comes to your tenants’ guests, […]

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BRRRR Method: Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat—How to Get it Right

By Devin Henry | August 17, 2020

The BRRRR method is a solid investment strategy. It’s a great way to build your real estate portfolio—as long as you understand what it is and how to use it to your advantage. […]

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How to Avoid Rental Scams

By Devin Henry | August 14, 2020

Did you know that American renters have lost millions of dollars due through house rental scams? Not only that, but the Washington D.C. area is one of the cities most vulnerable to these scams. If […]

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Guide to Collecting First and Last Months’ Rent

By Devin Henry | July 28, 2020

Collecting the first and last months’ rent from new tenants prior to giving them keys is a common practice among landlords nationwide. When executed correctly alongside a formal written agreement, collecting these fees […]

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

By Devin Henry | 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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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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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 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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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