Happy New Year

Goals for 2023

  1. Acquire more property

  2. Efficiently manage

  3. Increase cash flow

  4. Build cash reserves

  5. Eliminate debt

Start the Year Off Right:

  • Join the Association

  • Join our Book Club on January 9th

  • Get your rental property licensed

  • Schedule safety check on your units

  • Get a knowledgable property manager

  • Start a renovation project


Landlord Tenant Issues?

We Have Solutions For Landlords

Asset Protection • Cash Flow • Collections • Complaints • Court • Damages • Development • Evictions • Foreclosure • HUD • Inspections • Late Payments • Licensing • Lease • Legal • Maintenance • Management • Moratorium • Mortgage • Multifamily • Open House • Pandemic • Permits  Professional Tenants • Real Estate Agent • Rent • Repairs • Section 8 • Tenant Screening • TOPA • Vacancies • Voucher

Any Questions?

Landlords Get Your Questions Answered

  1. Do I need a license to rent my property?
  2. Do I need a license to rent a room in my house?
  3. How much does the rental license cost?
  4. How can I short-term rent my property?
  5. Should I purchase a property with tenants?
  6. When can I raise the rent?
  7. How often do I need to get my property inspected?
  8. Can I evict a lower paying tenant, upgrade my property and place a higher paying tenant?
  9. What to do If I know longer want to rent my property?
  10. How quickly can I evict a tenant?
  11. What If I do not want to accept a voucher tenant?

Find An Investor Friendly Real Estate Agent

Looking For A Real Estate Agent?

Are you interested in finding a real estate agent who can actually help investors find properties that match their investing goals?

Hire an experienced investor-trained real estate agent that can successfully meet your needs.

  • Buy & Hold

  • Buy & Sell

  • Buy, Fix-up & Sell

Also, If you’re looking for a Real Estate Agent outside of the Washington DC area, we can send you a recommended referral.

DC Rental License

We’ll Walk You Through The Process

Landlords in DC, we’re helping you get licensed. Getting your property licensed is a vital part to protecting your rights as a Landlord. Getting licensed also ensures your property is a safe place for Tenants.

Expires January 31, 2023

One-Family Rental
One-family rental, which shall include the rental of single-family homes, townhouses, duplexes, individual condominium units, or individual rooms (including individual rooms in a residential building that the licensee also occupies);

Two-Family Rentals
Two-family rental, which shall include the rental of an English basement apartment, converted basement apartment, or carriage house in a single-family home where the main residence is occupied by the property owner or another tenant; and

Apartment Houses
Apartment houses, which shall include the rental of buildings with three (3) or more dwelling units.


As of April 1, 2021

One Family and Two Family Rentals must pass an inspection prior to submitting a license application. For information and to schedule an inspection click below.