San Diego Property Management Tag

Managing a San Diego rental property can come with its ups, and its downs. In fact, preventing bug infestations is only one of several issues a landlord must deal with. Although there are many types of bugs, bed bugs are a growing concern for San...

Tenant scams happen daily impacting landlords all across San Diego county. From writing bad checks and asking for a refund to professional squatters who know exactly how to stretch out the judicial process. If you don’t believe that applicants are looking for a way to scam...

The best time to rent San Diego property is April through September. Since the most activity occurs April through September, there are more people in the market looking for a rental. As a result, renting out your house during the peak season means you get...

Streamlined property management communication is the most effective. In fact, communication is an essential building block for any company regardless of industry. Communication plays a key role in tenant satisfaction and retention. It also saves time and money. Communication is essential to running an efficient...

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...

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...

Alan Townsend is the only American member that this group who has ever allowed to join and additionally is the only American who has ever been promoted to a position of leadership. This was based upon numerous years of reputation of honor, a firm code...

San Diego’s latest Multi-Family data is exciting for all rental property owners in the San Diego area. Based on research from numerous sources, Rancho Mesa’s goals are to raising most rents through 2016 and 2017 by 4% to 5% per year. Even though this region...

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...