Ellicott City Rental Property Management

Have a residential rental property in Ellicott City, Maryland? Peace of Mind Property Management makes it easy and stress-free for you to turn it into a profitable investment.

Local Ellicott City Property Management Company

We are based in Ellicott City, and we provide rental property management services throughout Howard County. Many of our team members are licensed REALTORS, and we are proud to be members of the Howard County Association of REALTORS.

Rental Management Services

You can trust us to take care of everything for your residential property. Our landlord services are comprehensive. First, we start with preparing your property for rent. Of course, this includes passing the required Howard County inspections.

Next, once your property is ready to rent, we help with tenant placement. Our leasing agent handles the showings, applications, and tenant screening. Then our agent takes care of the lease preparation and the move-in walkthrough.

After a tenant is placed, Peace of Mind Property Management will handle monthly rent collection. So, you don’t have to worry about late or missing payments.

In addition, we provide ongoing management services for residential properties in Ellicott City. Most importantly, this means we handle all the routine maintenance and emergency repairs. (We take the 2 a.m. phone calls, not you!)

But what if the tenant is not paying or taking care of your property? Then we will make sure the proper filings are done in court. And we will handle any evictions as needed. We have an attorney on retainer who extends discounted pricing to our clients.

Rental Homes and Investment Properties in Ellicott City

Ellicott City is a strategic place in Maryland to own an investment property. Tenants will certainly enjoy the tenant services we offer. Meanwhile, they will appreciate the perks of living in this area.

Tonge Row restaurants in Ellicott City

In Ellicott City, charming rowhouses from the 1800s now serve as unique specialty shops.

Living in Ellicott City

Ellicott City is the county seat of Howard County. This charming community is nestled in the beautiful Patapsco Valley area. In fact, Patapsco Valley State Park and Centennial Park are both based in Ellicott City.

Family hiking at Patapsco Valley State Park in Ellicott City

A family hikes in Patapsco Valley State Park in Ellicott City, MD.

These parks are great places for hiking, fishing, picnicking, camping, canoeing, and mountain biking. Patapsco Valley State Park extends along 32 miles of the Patapsco River and encompasses 16,000 acres. It is Maryland’s oldest state park. Centennial Park covers 337 acres and is near Centennial Lake.

Patapsco Valley State Park river in Ellicott City

Patapsco Valley State Park extends along 32 miles of the Patapsco River.

While Ellicott City is close by to scenic nature, it also provides convenient access to larger cities. Major roads that run through this city include Interstate 70, Highway 40 (Baltimore National Pike), and Highway 29. So, commuters can easily travel to both Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Ellicott City is also near other major cities in Howard County, such as Columbia and Elkridge.

According to data from 2020, Ellicott City has a population of 73,272. These residents are ethnically diverse and prosperous. The three largest ethnic groups are White (54%), Asian (29%), and Black (8.5%). The median household income is $132,083. The median property value is $546,700.

Historic Ellicott City

A key feature of this city is its historic district, which dates back to 1772. With more than 250 years of legacy, Old Ellicott City still offers plenty of opportunities for today’s residents. They can dine at one of the 15+ local restaurants, which offer a variety of cuisines. Or they can shop among the dozens of boutique stores and eclectic shops. And of course, they can attend any of the hundreds of fun community events that happen throughout the year. (Outdoor movies, concerts in the courtyard, spirit pub crawls, ghost walks, and art exhibitions provide a little something for everyone!)

Historic Ellicott City Train Bridge

Historic Ellicott City dates back to 1772.

Ellicott City is also the home of America’s oldest surviving train station. It was built in 1831 and served as the terminus of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad’s first 13 miles. The B&O Ellicott City Station was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1968. This historic depot has been preserved and is open to the public as a two-floor museum.

Get Peace of Mind for Your Ellicott City Rental Property

We look forward to serving you and managing all the details of your residential rental property. Our team is woman-owned and locally based in Ellicott City, Maryland. Most importantly, all of us are dedicated to making your property a successful, income-producing asset for you.

Please feel free to learn more about our team and contact us with any questions.