6 Rental Property Maintenance Tips Landlords Should Know 1

6 Rental Property Maintenance Tips Landlords Should Know

By Devin Henry | May 31, 2021

Buying a rental property is a significant investment that can provide an excellent return. The idea is that your renters will pay off large chunks of your mortgage, leaving you with equity.  Your […]

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Condo vs. House: Which Properties Are Easier to Manage?

By Devin Henry | February 19, 2021

There’s a reason why the property management industry is expected to be worth $22 billion by 2023. Investors can make a lot of money by purchasing properties and managing them for tenants. However, this […]

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Living in a Micro Apartment: Understanding the Pros and Cons

By Devin Henry | February 4, 2021

You’ve heard the buzz about tiny houses, but now everyone is raving about micro apartments. That’s right! These are tiny apartments about the size of a garage.  If you’re wondering about the square […]

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What Can I Do About a Low Home Appraisal?

By Devin Henry | January 26, 2021

The right valuation of your property is critical at all stages of ownership, from the first day you walk through it to the day you finally sell it. A home appraisal can determine […]

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Renovation Tips: Best Colors and Combos for a Rental Property

By Drew Maddox and Phoebe Bejarano | September 2, 2020

When thinking about renovating a rental property, it is important to establish a color scheme or palette to use as a guide when making your design selections. This will allow your home to […]

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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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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

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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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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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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