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The Montgomery County Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to pass what Council Member Gabe Albornoz called “groundbreaking” tenants’ rights legislation. The bill requires landlords to pay relocation expenses for tenants forced to leave units condemned by the county’s Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA). Housing can be condemned for a variety of violations, from…


When screening potential tenants it’s important for landlords to not only gather all the important data, but to know what red flags to watch out for. Like most landlords, you probably obtain a credit and background check on every tenant. But no matter how much data you have at your disposal, if you don’t know…


By Steve Geidl Rental pricing and how to set the price of their rentals is naturally one of the first questions asked by owners. They often have some idea – which, unsurprisingly, may lean towards the optimistic end of the spectrum.  Independent pricing sources are available to provide pricing guidance and counter any internal bias….


SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — More than 1,200 landlords were invited to South Euclid’s seminar in the fall, an event designed to help them understand the importance of federal housing vouchers and the city’s anti-discrimination law that protects low-income renters who use the subsidies. But only 15 landlords registered to attend the training. Ten showed up….


A landlord violated the law when it evicted a tenant who filed a complaint with the state Human Relations Commission over an order to get rid of his therapy dog, a Commonwealth Court panel ruled Thursday. That ouster by Village Realty Associates constituted an illegal retaliation against someone who was defending his rights, Judge Christine…


LANSING — The city has a warning for the owners of two southeast Lansing housing complexes: Comply with Lansing’s rental code by the end of the month. Residents of the Autumn Ridge apartments and townhomes and the Capitol Village Apartments were greeted Monday with pink tags on their doors. The notices warn residents they may need to…


With many developers feeling New York has become overly regulated, some have been turning to the comparatively more pro-landlord Jersey City, which was a topic of discussion by panelists at the recent Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment. In the city, where high-rise development is booming, the average rent has reached $3,000, with downtown…


The first Saturday of December, I visited the Southwest Crossing apartments in the south-city neighborhood of Carondelet because a group of residents there had declared a rent strike. The striking tenants stated publicly that TEH Realty, the vague and largely absent entity that owned the property where they lived, would get no more of their…


Written by: Mark Smolen Hello my friends at the American Apartment Association, I want to thank you for all your support during 2019. Dozens of members have thanked me for the most helpful landlord video course available to help rental property owners and managers: QuickBooks for Landlords. Many members who purchased my course have expressed…


MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – A number of Grand Strand motel owners have filed a lawsuit against the city of Myrtle Beach and Horry County, claiming their status as “landlords” is hindering their ability to eject renters who violate the rules. According to the suit filed Jan. 3 in the 15th Judicial Circuit Court of…

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