Landlord Tips

Preventative maintenance is the key to keeping your San Diego rental property profitable. As a landlord, you must acknowledge the importance of it. Especially if you want to enjoy long-term tenant retention. Not only does it reduce your overall expenses on repairs, it also creates a safe environment...

Are you a San Diego landlord whose tenants can’t pay rent because of coronavirus? With millions of San Diegans out of work, many renters suddenly cannot afford their rent. In fact, many have to decide between paying rent or buying food. The fact is, this...

A rental property maintenance checklist can help you catch small problems before they turn into large expenses. That’s because when you follow a checklist to keep you on track maintenance tasks become routine instead of reactive. Although there are different maintenance tasks for different seasons, there are...

Preparing for peak rental season in the San Diego County is a key way for landlords to be successful. In this property management guide, we will go over when peak rental season occurs in San Diego so that you can optimize your vacancy cycle to...

One of the first transactions between a landlord and a tenant is collecting the security deposit. A security deposit serves to protect the landlord in the event a tenant breaks or violates the terms of the lease or rental agreement. It is used to cover...

Late rent is something every landlord deals with at some point. Unfortunately, it simply goes along with the territory. On one hand, if is one time incident involving a good long-term tenant who needs a few more days, most landlords are happy to accommodate. On...

In the world of San Diego property management, you will find different types of property management styles. So, as you look around at property management companies in San Diego, keep in mind, not only will the service offerings vary. Each property management company will also...

Finding a good tenant is like gold. You know they will respect your property, keep you informed, and most importantly, pay the rent on time. On the flip side, problem renters are difficult tenants. Not only does this kind of tenant pay the rent late,...

Making sure you can trust your tenants before they move-in is important. That’s why running a tenant background check a crucial part of your tenant screening process. Not only does a tenant background check provide information you need to make your decision, they will also help...

Rental property maintenance is perhaps one the hardest things to budget. In fact, people often underestimate the amount. As a result, they either one spend too much money, or two don’t spend enough. Nevertheless, rental property maintenance is something that you simply cannot overlook! Not...