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Could The Same Rent Trends That We Saw In 2018 Come Again?

There’s no doubt that the rental market had a big year in 2018 especially with the issue of rent control in California which was talked about for the entire year heading to the November vote. The big question is what were the trends that we saw in 2018 and could we see those same trends […]

How to earn more money your multifamily investment properties

Do you own multi family investment properties? Like most owners you’re probably interested in earning more money from your multifamily properties right? In this article we will share with you several things you can do to get more money from your investment properties. Sub-Meter Utіlіtіеѕ Wе hаvе аll drіvеn past thаt араrtmеnt buіldіng in thе […]

Can Section 8 Tenants Be Evicted Due to Delayed Payments from Government Shutdown?

As the Government shutdown enters month #2, landlords who have Section 8 tenants may be beginning to wonder what’s going to happen if Section 8 payments are delayed starting in February or March. Specifically, one of the key questions that Section 8 landlords will have is if they can evict their section 8 tenants for […]

Should You Sell Your Inherited Property Or Rent It Out?

Did you just inherit a home in the Monterey County area from your parents, relative, or a family member? If so, even though you may have the natural desire to sell that property, you should consider renting it out instead. Holding onto an investment property is a smart decision to make because real estate will […]

Happy Thanksgiving From 36 North Property Management!

  Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at 36 North Property Management! We sure have a lot to be thankful for this year and hope that you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving and happy holidays! Thanksgiving Trivia As a nation, the US has celebrated Thanksgiving off and on since 1774. In 1789 George Washington […]

Prop 10 Defeated – Costa Hawkins Stays For Now

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There’s no doubt that the November 2018 elections will go down in history as the most contentious ever mainly because of Proposition 10, the widely debated ballot measure that if approved, would have meant that Costa Hawkins would no longer be law in California and cities would start implementing rent control on a grand scale. […]