Property Management in Montgomery County, Maryland

Is renting the right decision for you?

Renting vs Selling

What's the best option for me?

We're here to help you answer that question. We can talk to you about a free rental analysis to determine what your Montgomery County home might rent for. This will help inform your decision on how to move forward. If renting is the best option for you, we're here to help!

Check out the "Napkin Test" video below to see the math, and why renting may be the best option for you. 

Check out this great Calculator tool put out by NARPM* to help you do the math!

NARPM's Rent Vs Sell Calculator

For more information, check out our blog post about Renting vs Selling Here!

*Renters Warehouse is a proud member of the National Association of Property Managers (NARPM).



How much will my home rent for?

Let us help you with your FREE rental price analysis! 

We'll connect you with your Local Rent Estate Advisor who will run reports and use their expertise to determine what your home will rent for in the current market. We use various data points to determine a price point tailored just for you and your home. To get started, fill out our free rental price analysis form or click the button below and one of our team members will reach out to you to get started. 

Looking for more information on how our Free Rental Price Analysis works? Check out the video below! Or check out our Rent Vs Sell Guide Here.

Ready to take the next step?

Rent With Renters Warehouse, your local Montgomery County Property Management company, to Start Earning Income in Four Easy Steps. Your Rent Estate™ expert will take care of everything needed to rent out your Montgomery county property, from marketing and showings, to background checks and leases. Plus we offer monthly management services once your tenants are in place!


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Get a FREE rental price analysis with accurate rental pricing

Our Montgomery County Rent Estate Advisors Manage know the Montgomery County rental market and will crunch the market data for your property to reduce vacancies and ensure you’re getting the maximum return you can for your investment.

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Market and match your property to the right tenants

Our exclusive RentFeeder™ technology finds qualified tenants that are backed by our free Tenant Warranty. We screen qualified candidates and you decide who rents.

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Watch your property value and cash flow increase

With accurate reporting and communication paired with full management of maintenance, tenants, and rent collection, all you have to do is watch your Montgomery County investment grow!

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Peace of mind expertise when you need it

Your Montgomery County Property Managers remain up to date on the current county and state regulations, and provide your tenant with 24/7 maintenance to ensure you, your tenants, and your home are protected around the clock. 

Becoming a Landlord in Montgomery County

It may seem complicated, but Renters Warehouse is here to make it easy!

But before we get started, here are a few things you should know; In order to rent a home in Montgomery County, you will need a Rental License; you may also need to have your home tested for Radon and for Lead. Don't worry, we've got you covered. 


Do I need a Montgomery County Rental License

Yes, you will need a rental license anywhere you live within Montgomery County. However, certain cities in the county have their own license. In these cases, you only need your local license, not the county license. These areas include the City of Rockville, City of Gaithersburg, and City of Takoma Park. You can apply online, or obtain applications at the following links: 

Montgomery County Rental License Application

Gaithersburg Rental License Application

City of Rockville Rental License Application

Takoma Park Rental License (English) | Takoma Park Rental License (Spanish)


Do I need a Lead Certificate?

If your home is built before 1978, the answer is yes. There are two main types of certificates: Lead Free* and a Risk Reduction. A lead free certificate is a one time certification that the home is lead free. These are harder to obtain in older homes, so instead you may obtain a risk-reduction certificate. A risk-reduction certificate must be obtained every change of tenancy, no matter how short or long the tenancy lasts. Montgomery County's Lead Requirements ensure that Landlords are in compliance with Maryland Lead Law. You will need to register your property with MDE here to verify that you have your lead certificate, and don't forget to renew annually.* Your Renters Warehouse Advisor can connect you with a local certified Lead Inspector. 

*A lead free certificate will certify that the home is lead free. You will only need to register your home with the MDE once.


Do I need a Radon Test? 

Does your rental home have all ground-contact or or is it a basement unit in a single family home, multifamily apartment, or condominium? If so, the answer is yes. According to Montgomery County's Radon Testing and Mitigation, beginning July 1, 2023, "Landlords of these properties must conduct a radon test before leasing a unit to a prospective tenant within three years before the date of the lease." Your Renters Warehouse Advisor can assist you in connecting with a local certified radon testing company. 



Looking for help to get these items checked off your list? Look no more! Your Rent Estate Advisor can help!

Just click below to get connected.

Montgomery County Landlord Resources

Your Rent Estate Advisor will help you navigate the process of renting your Montgomery County home, but in the meantime, we've collected some helpful County resources for your convenience below:

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Landlord/Tenant Affairs

Montgomery County offers resources for Landlords/Tenants. With Property Management, we'll navigate this for you, but additional info can be found here.



The Landlord-Tenant handbook is a required part of the lease. We always provide the proper forms to your tenant upon lease signing.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You may find yourself with a lot of questions. Your Advisor can help you through the process, but here are some common questions in Montgomery County.

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Landlord's Rights

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Tenant's Rights

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Montgomery County Laws and Regulations

Are you ready to sit-back, relax, and let Renters Warehouse take care of your Montgomery County Property?