Do you own a short term rental property in Monterey California that’s been sitting vacant during coronavirus? If so, you come to the right place! There’s no doubt that short term rental properties like Airbnb’s have generated significant revenue for their owners over the last 10 years but, COVID-19 has largely proved that the Airbnb […]
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Are you searching for a Salinas California property manager? If so, you come to the right place! At 36 North Property Management, we specialize in full-service Property Management. This means that when it comes to everything from property marketing, maintenance, customer service, tenant selection, rent collection and more, you can count on us for all […]
Property Management Tips
No Budget to Renovate Your Investment Property? Why Not Rejuvenate It Instead?
Is your Monterey, CA investment property stuck in the 1990’s? Unless your tenants enjoy the feeling of traveling back in time, you should renovate that property ASAP! But what if you don’t have the budget to renovate the property? No problem! You should rejuvenate that rental property instead. How Can You Rejuvenate Your Rental? Since […]
In today’s world, roughly 50 percent of renters in the United States have pets (source – American Veterinary Association) and many of those pets are dogs. As someone who owns investment properties, you have to be ready for rental applications from tenants who own dogs. The big question is should you accept all dogs or […]
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Should You Install A SMART Thermostat in Your Rental Property?
One of the great things about the day and age that we live in is that there are a wide variety of devices that we use to make our lives easier including SMART Thermostats. With a SMART Thermostat you can easily regulate the temperature from your home anywhere you have access to the Internet. These […]
California Laws, News, Rental Market
Owners, Don’t Miss the CAA’s 2019 Legislative Conference on May 29th – Protect Your Rental Investment from Strict Rent Control
2018 was a huge year for owners of rental properties in California, especially those people who own fewer than 150 units due to the year long battle against Proposition 10, the rent control measure that if approved would have ended Costa Hawkins and brought rent control to California on a widespread scale. A few months […]