Monthly Archives: March 2020

36 North Property Management Is Still Open During Coronavirus

Over the last 30 days, coronavirus has been on the minds of everyone as the virus has caused many cities nationwide to issue “shelter at home orders” which has also resulted in some businesses shutting down. Your team at 36 North Property Management is still working remotely from our home offices. This has enabled us […]

Monterey County issues shelter-in-place order

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Monterey has ordered that all residents shelter in place starting Tuesday at midnight and going through April 7, 2020. The order comes as the county confirms their first two cases of COVID-19 and an increasing number of cases across the state. “Temporarily making these drastic changes to our lives and routines maybe frustrating, but it […]

Coronavirus blues? Monterey Bay Aquarium live webcams offer wildlife diversion

Cooped up? Feeling anxious? Looking for a diversion for the kids? Or yourself? Until at least March 27, the Monterey Bay Aquarium is closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. But you can still visit its famed animals — from sea otters to sharks to hypnotic moon jellies — through 10 live webcams. And the online […]

Low-Stress Landlording? Is It Possible?

Low-stress land-lording, is it even possible? The answer to this question is yes! In this article, we’ll break down some of the most common reasons why landlords get stressed out and provide you with a professional solution that will lead to low-stress land-lording. What are some of the most common reasons why landlords stress out? […]

Things to consider when setting the monthly rent for your rental property

One of the most difficult thing to do when getting started with investing in rental properties is to determine what the monthly rent should be for your rental property.  Even though this process may seem difficult, it’s not impossible, especially when you follow these tips! 8 Considerations When Determining Rental Rates Where is it? Consider the […]

Tips for being a better landlord

Are you just getting started as a DIY landlord? If so, we know that self managing your rental properties is one of the toughest things that you can do that’s why in this article we will provide you with tips on how to be a better landlord. 1. Be organized. In other words, treat your […]

Real estate investing continues to provide stability during stock market instability

Are you thinking about investing in real estate in 2020? If so, you’re making a smart choice. Thanks to historically low mortgage interest rates and stock market volatility, now is a great time for every investor to move from investing in the stock market to the real estate market. By investing in real estate like […]

Reasons to sell an investment property

There’s no doubt that most investors buy rental properties to generate long term cash flow but there are also some cases where the investor may want to sell their property and move on. If you own an investment property that you think you may need to sell, this article will provide you with several scenarios […]

What to check for when inspecting your tenanted rental properties

One of the most important things that every landlord should do is inspect their rental properties at least twice per year. This is an important property management tip because it will enable a landlord to verify the condition their property is currently in and fix any maintenance issues before they turn into big problems. If […]

Tips for finding off market rental properties

One of the keys to success as a real estate investor is finding properties to bid on but what if you can’t find any single family homes or multifamily properties to add to your portfolio of rental properties? The answer to this question is you will have to start searching for rental properties off market. […]