Proactive vs. Reactive Maintenance Tag

One of the most common causes of conflict between landlords and tenants is who is responsible for pest control. That’s because, the answer to that question is, it depends. Landlords must provide tenants with a safe and livable rental home. This means that a landlord...

From appliance repair to pest control, rental maintenance costs form a key component of a property’s operating expenses. But, when these costs spin out of control, the bottom line suffers. This happens when a landlord fails to budget for future repairs, ongoing maintenance and/or maintenance issues....

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...

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...

Rental property management is not just about collecting the rent and calling it a day! As a rental property owner, you must acknowledge the importance of preventive maintenance. The reality is, a rental property will not enjoy long-term tenant retention and an acceptable return on...