While all property managers are likely (or should be) familiar with standard Fair Housing Laws, such as the prohibition of discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of dwellings based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or disability, there are also a variety of rules and regulations that have been implemented in […]
As a second-generation resident, Audrey and her family make there home on the historic Monterey Peninsula.
A graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz with a B.A. in Philosophy; Audrey began her real estate career in 1998 in the realm of Property Management. Having gained invaluable experience as a realtor selling Commercial and Residential properties, combined with the zeal of a private business owner, she has learned quickly the power of effective negotiation, that every problem has a solution and that successful business begins and ends with people and relationships.
Striving to ensure that her clients receive the individual attention they deserve, tailored to their needs, Audrey continues to provide the high stand of service to which her clients have become accustomed, bringing them the most comprehensive local market knowledge available.
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As 2014 begins a bureau created by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), will set new rules concerning mortgages. Lenders will be required to verify and inspect borrowers’ financial records. The rules discourage lenders from allowing borrowers to carry total debt payments totaling more […]
First, let me confess that I love Excel. Having used Excel for years, I’m fully aware of its strengths, and will continue to use it to create spreadsheets, graphs, and tables. But for some unknown reason, there is a small group of property managers that continue to extol the benefits of using Excel as their […]
Often, when renting an apartment, tenants are overwhelmed by the amount of information they are given, from the initial apartment viewing, to filling out the application, to getting approved, to finally, moving in. While it’s important to let all prospective residents know and understand the rules they must abide by when moving into their new […]
What is El Niño? El Niño is a naturally occurring event in the equatorial region which causes temporary changes in the world climate. Originally, El Niño was the name used for warmer than normal sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of South America. Now, El Niño has come to refer to […]
While preparing for winter weather is a common occurrence for property managers throughout the country, the preparation for this year’s winter may be slightly different. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has predicted the return of El Niño this winter; one of the strongest on record. The return of El Niño means a shifting […]
2015 Rent.com Rental Market Report October 7, 2015 | Rental Trends, Rental Trends and Real Estate News The seventh annual Rent.com Property Owner and Manager Market Report captures trends in the rental market directly from apartment property managers nationwide. In the 2015 survey, more than 500 property managers in the U.S., representing thousands of rental properties, and hundreds of […]