Tag Archives: Salinas Property Management

What Is The California Relief Bill?

In our recent blog post, we covered a recent complaint filed by Ventura based lawyer, Doug Michie, that will end the State of California’s eviction ban on July 28th. As we get closer to the end of the eviction ban, lawmakers will be working overtime to come up with proposals to keep tenants in their […]

What Are The Most Common Rental Property Emergencies And Can You Avoid Them?

Are you just getting started with owning your first rental property? If so, you’re making a smart choice! Rental properties make a great investment but they can also be a “headache” especially if you have to deal with one of the following rental property emergencies. 1. Gas Leak If a tenant complains of an odor […]

Want to Grow Your Rental Property Portfolio In 2020? Stop DIY-ING Property Management

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Are you still managing your Salinas or Monterey area investment properties yourself? If so, even though you may have been managing your investment properties for years, the only way to grow your investment portfolio is to stop DIY-ING property management. Time Vs. Money Yes, you may be used to the late-night calls, or weekends spent […]

Prorated Rent – Here’s How To Charge It

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So, you’re planning on renting to a new tenant but they are going to move in towards the middle of the month. The big question is how do you charge them prorated rent? In this article we will provide you with tips on charging prorated rent that will establish your relationship with your tenants as […]

Property Management Tips – How To Spot Fake Landlord References

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It doesn’t matter how long you own investment properties, you’re going to encounter someone at one point who may provide you with fake landlord references on their application. The good news is that spotting those fake landlord references is easy especially if you follow these tips. #1: Call the Number Looking for a Rental Instead […]

Property Maintenance – The Key To Success With Owning Investment Properties

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Investment Properties are without a doubt an excellent way to build wealth and consistent monthly cash flow but if property maintenance is ignored, the rental property will ultimately fall into a state of disrepair and this will affect the ROI that comes from owning the investment property. If you own investment properties and have been […]

Tips For Cleaning Your Rental Property While You’re Between Tenants

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If your rental property is currently vacant, and you’re self-managing it, one thing that you’re most likely doing right now is cleaning your property for your next tenant. In this article we will share with you several tips that you can get your rental property cleaned and ready for your next tenant. Replace Old Furnishings […]

What Are the Best Rental Property Renovations?

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Are you planning on updating your Monterey County rental property? If so, even though rental property renovations can seem overwhelming at first, they are a lot easier than you think, especially if you follow these tips. Tip #1 – Renovate the Kitchen and Bathrooms First Since most people spend a lot of time in either […]

Property Management Tips – How to Save On Utility Costs With Multifamily Properties

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If you own multifamily rental properties in Salinas or the Monterey area, you know how difficult utility costs can be, especially if you’re paying those utilities yourself. Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to save money on utility costs especially if you follow the tips in this article. Lease or Rental Agreement First, make […]

Cash for Keys Vs. Eviction – Which Option Is Better?

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Do you have a problem tenant who’s currently living in one of your Monterey County Rental Properties? If so, like most landlords you may be wondering if you should offer them a cash for keys deal or proceed with an eviction. The reality is that when it comes to dealing with a problem tenant there […]