January 27, 2023
Extreme weather conditions can cause severe damage to a building, endangering its occupants. These situations make rental properties particularly susceptible during the winter. During this weather, your tenants may spend most of their time indoors trying to keep warm. Here are some things you should consider if you are a property owner.
January 12, 2023
If you are a landlord, it’s essential for you to continually grow your knowledge. Learn about new ways to boost your rental property appeal.
December 22, 2022
The real estate industry uses a lot of slang. Most real estate professionals presume that everyone knows what they mean when they use a particular terminology. But only some understand it. Additionally, only some people are aware of what everything signifies. Most people could use assistance in resolving a typical misunderstanding.
November 30, 2022
Property managers should know how to retain good tenants to ensure a continuous source of investment. Doing so will also save them significant marketing costs to find new tenants. Great tenants protect property owners from several other issues. These include:
November 11, 2022
It is natural to want your rental to be in good condition and to have the urge to ensure it. Unfortunately, the only realistic way to do this is through rental inspections. It makes it all the more important you understand what to look for when doing one. Let’s go over the 6 things to always check during a rental inspection!
November 7, 2022
Category: property manager for your Oakland rental
In Oakland, more people rent their homes than own them. As a landlord, you will have to maintain your Oakland property and communicate with your tenants on a regular basis. By hiring a property manager for your Oakland rental, you can avoid having to do these things.
October 31, 2022
More than 347,000 communities in the United States are part of homeowner associations. These organizations can be managed by either the community or by management companies. In 2018, HOAs collected about $95.6 billion in fees from more than 73 million residents. The fees allow them to run the affairs necessary to keep the neighborhoods efficient.