How to attract long-term tenants

With being in the rental business for some time, you see the benefit of having a solid set of long-term tenants. The income is consistent, and you can carefully plan and allot enough budgets for new housing projects and renovations. Over time, you can also grow your investments since the returns are predictable. Before you…

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deciding to rent to pet owners

One of the main decisions a landlord has to make is whether or not to allow pets.  A landlord needs to decide on the pet policy before renting out the property. The pet policy will state whether or not pets are allowed. If they are, the pet policy will list the types of pets allowed…

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Are you a new landlord? Starting your rental business is an exciting process, but doing it right is important. Being a landlord comes with many duties and responsibilities. Learning about rental property investing is necessary in order to be successful and prosper. As a landlord, you’ll face numerous challenges from tenant screening and lease agreements…

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1.  When looking at rental applications, there are a few key points to look for: -Job: How long has this person held their current job, and does their income cover rent plus living expenses? Does the potential tenant provide enough bank information for you to be able to know how they will be paying their…

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What is the difference between service animal and emotional support animal

What is the difference between service animal and emotional support animal? A service animal has been properly trained to assist people with disabilities. These disabilities include but are not limited to seizures, mental illnesses, diabetes, and problems with sight. A service dog needs to be certified by an organization that is approved by the AKC,…

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8 things to look for in a San Diego Property Manager image001

Buying and managing property such as an investment can be seen as a great way to make passive income! However, tedious tasks such as dealing with calls in the middle of the night and interacting with rude tenants can take up many hours, leaving little time for activities such as travelling and spending time with…

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All of these improvements will add value to your rental property, with no demolition required! Channel your inner “fixer-upper” and see the instant improvements these changes will make. 1.  Improve the exterior of the home First impressions matter. Simple improvements such as moving the lawn, painting the front door, adding potted plants, and adding a…

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January 2020 California Rent Control Legislature in California just passed a new Rent Control Bill. This new assembly bill No. 1482 is an “anti-rent” gouging rent control bill. State lawmakers are now laying down rent control because of the growing issues of homelessness, shortage of housing, and an ever-high poverty rate. Economists have argued that…

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