25 10, 2022

5 Expenses New Landlords Usually Underestimate

2022-09-02T18:03:15-07:00

Becoming a landlord can be a great way to make some extra money, but it's important to be aware of the expenses you'll incur along the way. Here are five expenses that many new landlords underestimate so you can avoid potential pitfalls. 5 Expenses New Landlords Usually Underestimate Check out the five most commonly underestimated

5 Expenses New Landlords Usually Underestimate2022-09-02T18:03:15-07:00
8 10, 2022

How to Automate Your Rental Property Business

2022-09-02T17:53:55-07:00

As a landlord, you know that there are a lot of moving parts to keeping your rental property business running smoothly. There's a lot of paperwork to manage, tenants to communicate with, and repairs to oversee. But what if there was a way to automate all of those tasks? This guide explains how to automate

How to Automate Your Rental Property Business2022-09-02T17:53:55-07:00
1 10, 2022

5 Reasons You Should Vet Your Prospective Tenants

2022-09-02T17:50:07-07:00

Allowing just anyone to rent your investment property can be a costly mistake. Here are five reasons why you should vet your prospective tenants carefully. 5 Reasons You Should Vet Your Prospective Tenants Check out the top five reasons you should always vet prospective tenants - or hire a property manager to do it for

5 Reasons You Should Vet Your Prospective Tenants2022-09-02T17:50:07-07:00
16 09, 2022

Should You Ask for Credit References Before Renting a Property?

2022-09-02T16:26:37-07:00

When you're renting out a property, it's important to screen prospective tenants to ensure that they are reliable and able to pay rent on time. One way to do this is by asking for credit references. This guide explains the benefits of doing so and provides tips on how to go about requesting them. Should

Should You Ask for Credit References Before Renting a Property?2022-09-02T16:26:37-07:00
1 08, 2022

Eviction, Explained From a Landlord’s Perspective

2022-08-01T21:12:42-07:00

Eviction is a legal process by which a landlord removes a tenant from rented property. In California, the laws governing eviction are found in the Civil Code and the Code of Civil Procedure. There are several reasons why a landlord might want to evict a tenant, but most often it is because the tenant has

Eviction, Explained From a Landlord’s Perspective2022-08-01T21:12:42-07:00
8 07, 2022

Can You Keep a Tenant’s Security Deposit in California?

2022-07-01T16:58:45-07:00

Landlords in California often find themselves wondering whether they can keep a tenant's security deposit. The answer to this question is not always straightforward, and depends on the specific situation involved. In this article, we explore the various factors that landlords must consider when deciding whether to hold onto a security deposit. We also provide

Can You Keep a Tenant’s Security Deposit in California?2022-07-01T16:58:45-07:00
1 07, 2022

What Rights Do Landlords Have When Tenants Damage a Property in California?

2022-07-01T16:52:14-07:00

Landlords in California have a right to be compensated when their tenants damage property. This is set out in our state's civil code, which states that landlords are allowed to sue for damages caused by tenants. In some cases, landlords may also be able to evict tenants who have caused damage. Here's what you need

What Rights Do Landlords Have When Tenants Damage a Property in California?2022-07-01T16:52:14-07:00
25 06, 2022

What Does a Property Manager Do?

2022-06-30T18:17:26-07:00

As a real estate investor, you may be faced with the prospect of hiring a property manager. But should you do it? What does a property manager do? This guide explains. What Does a Property Manager Do? A property manager is a third party who is hired to oversee the daily operations of a real

What Does a Property Manager Do?2022-06-30T18:17:26-07:00
2 05, 2022

What Do You Have to Leave Behind When You Sell a Multifamily Property?

2022-08-25T16:00:28-07:00

If you're like most people selling a multifamily property in Silicon Valley, you probably already know that some items in the property you're selling are going to remain in their respective units. But what do you have to leave behind when you sell a multifamily property? This guide explains. What Do You Have to Leave

What Do You Have to Leave Behind When You Sell a Multifamily Property?2022-08-25T16:00:28-07:00
25 04, 2022

Landlords and Tech: What You Need to Know

2022-06-14T08:28:31-07:00

If you're a property owner, you may already rely on technology to keep your business running. Here's what you need to know. Landlords and Tech: What You Need to Know As a property owner, you may already rely heavily on technology – or you may need to start doing so soon. The bottom line is

Landlords and Tech: What You Need to Know2022-06-14T08:28:31-07:00
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