Rental Property Management Tag

Rental property management and fair housing laws go hand in hand. For landlords who may not have a professional property management company to help them, understanding fair housing laws can be confusing. Fair Housing laws protect people from discrimination in housing transactions. Moreover, those engaged in the housing...

During the process of interviewing property management companies in the San Diego area, you will find the services can vary greatly from one company to another. Property management more often than not involves the managing of property owned by another party or entity. A property...

Marketing rentals properties right is about knowing who the target audience is. In simple terms, targeting helps attract the right type of tenants. The rental market in San Diego is large. Prospective tenants have different backgrounds and needs, and each marketing campaign should have a...

When it comes to renting your property, one of the most stressful parts is finding a good quality renter. Your home is one of your most valued possessions, and everyone wants their renters to take care of their property. Obviously, there will always be a...

Rentals in San Diego have seen average rents increase 5.9% in the past year. Rents are projected to go up an additional 11% by 2018. This is a big impact on current property renters who are on paying a current average of 40% of their...

Rising rents for San Diego rental properties seems to be a trend that continues to grow. With low vacancy rates, and high demand, the cost to rent a home, condo, or apartment in San Diego is getting higher, and higher. The rising rents in San...

Owing a rental property or two, for some, is the key to their financial freedom. Having a steady stream of residual income is one of the main reasons rental property owners invest in rental property. However, the true key to generating residual income when it...

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...

The San Diego Rental Market is currently at a 2.6% vacancy rate. Last year apartment rents increased faster nationwide than in any time since 2007. In fact, the average nationwide rental increase was 4.6% signaling that the San Diego rental market is strong. Not only...

Property managers are hired to handle the daily operations of a real estate investment. At a very basic level a property manager collects rents, pays necessary expenses and taxes and sends periodic reports to the property owner. One of the most fundamental skills a property...