Managing A Rental Property Tag

From move-in ready units to easy access, smart technology, and pet friendly rentals, knowing what renters want is important! Not only does it increase your chances of finding good tenants, but it also helps you stand out. Although cost and location are always at the...

Property management cost can vary depending on the services needed as well as the company providing them. Before you decide to self-manage or hire a property management company, it’s important to understand what goes into managing rental properties. A beginner may see a rental property...

If there is a presence of asbestos in a rental property, as a landlord you should be familiar with your health and safety responsibilities including how to manage asbestos at your rental property. For example, Rule 1206, adopted by The San Diego County Air Pollution...

San Diego rental property investors should always know what is happening at their property. A rental inspection is a great opportunity for landlords to check for maintenance and to ensure tenants are following the terms of their lease. Yet many landlords still only inspect a...

Whether you own a single-family home, condo, or an apartment building, maximizing your rental income is key. While having a good ongoing maintenance plan in place is great. It won’t necessarily get you the best rental rate when competing against other San Diego rentals on...

Rental property maintenance emergencies are stressful. If you own a rental property chances are, you will have to deal with a maintenance emergency that requires your immediate attention. From setting the right rental rates to collecting the rent on time, maximizing the profitability of a rental...

A rent ready property is a property that is ready for new tenants. But, making a home rent ready takes more than just a deep cleaning. In fact, there are several steps you should take before a property is rent-able. From repairs and maintenance to...

Managing rental properties is a hard business. From ongoing maintenance to repairs, unless the rental is maintained properly it will not enjoy long-term tenant retention. That said, a property manager can be very skilled at many of the management funtions, but if they drop the...

Sewer flooding is just one of many places flood damage can come from in a rental property. Nevertheless, whether it is caused by a backup in the city pipes, water damage can have devastating consequences on your rental property. Regardless of the reason, apartment units can...

From late rent payments to no rent payments, and hoarding to just downright crazy, a bad tenant can make your life a nightmare. As a landlord, you may not always know what kind of tenants you will be dealing with. Although this may be true,...