When it’s time to hire a property manager, there are a few specific things to look for.
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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Globalization and digital technology give modern people opportunities unimagined by past generations. But for everything, there is a price. Our society’s newfound mobility can weaken the bonds that once kept us in close touch with family and friends. This can make caring for an older person challenging, especially when the distance separating you from your […]
Once a property owner has entered into a rental agreement with a tenant and has handed over the keys, the tenant has the exclusive right to possession of the dwelling unit. Moreover, when tenants enter into the rental agreement, the owner agrees to provide the premises (in a habitable condition) in exchange for the tenant’s […]
California law requires residential rental property owners to deliver and maintain their rental units in a habitable condition, this legal principle is called the warranty of habitability. Though originally created by the California Supreme Court in 1974, the California Legislature has codified many of the principles of the warranty of habitability in the Civil […]
Maintenance and Repair Responsibilities of the Owner and Tenant California law requires residential rental property owners to deliver and maintain their rental units in a habitable condition, this legal principle is called the warranty of habitability. Though originally created by the California Supreme Court in 1974, the California Legislature has codified many of the principles […]
According to the Center for Disease Control, as many as 800,000 dog bites require medical attention every yeari. With a growing awareness about the dangerous propensities of certain dog breeds, pressure is mounting to restrict access to, and the availability of, these breeds. Moreover, as property and casualty insurers become increasingly selective about the policies […]
I INTRODUCTION Many property owners protect their investment by not allowing any (or certain types) of pets on the property due to possible damage by the pet and the fact that existing law may not allow for an adequate security deposit to cover the damage. However, recent laws on fair housing and accommodating persons with […]