Tag Archives: Monterey

Should You Invest In A Co-Working Space?

  In 2019 more people than ever before are working from home or “remotely” as it’s also known because all it takes for the remote worker to get their job done is a laptop, mobile phone, and WiFi connection. With the increase in remote workers nationwide there has also been a huge increase in the […]

Things to do in Salinas CA during the summer months

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  Are you planning a trip to Salinas, CA this summer? If so, with the summer months coming up fast you are probably searching for things to do in Salinas. Thankfully, the Salinas area is a great place to be during the summer months because there’s lots of fun things to see and do especially […]

When Should You Make Capital Improvements to Your Rental Property?

Have you made capital improvements to your rental property yet? If not, like most owners you may be debating when you should make those improvements. In this article, we will provide you with some tips on when to make capital improvements to your rental property and which improvements you should consider making first. Step 1 […]

Security Deposits – Learn More About This Important Part of Owning Rental Properties

Are you planning on getting started with investing in rental properties in Monterey County, or elsewhere in the United States? If so, one of the most important aspects of your business will be collecting a security deposit from your renters. If you’re unfamiliar with security deposits this article will provide you with information on security […]

How to effectively market your vacant rental properties

Do you have one or more vacant rental properties in Salinas or elsewhere in the Monterey County area? If so, you’ve come to the right place! There’s nothing worse than having a vacant rental property because of the obvious fact that if your rental is sitting vacant, you’re not earning any income. Thankfully, there are […]

Why Renting May Remain the American Dream

Source: AppFolio.com Nearly 7 years after the financial crisis of 2008, a time when mortgages seemed available to almost any American, the “American Dream” of owning a home continues to fade. The “old” dream was to save enough money for a down payment on a home that you could own or partly own by qualifying […]