Tag Archives: property management

Owners, Don’t Miss the CAA’s 2019 Legislative Conference on May 29th – Protect Your Rental Investment from Strict Rent Control

2018 was a huge year for owners of rental properties in California, especially those people who own fewer than 150 units due to the year long battle against Proposition 10, the rent control measure that if approved would have ended Costa Hawkins and brought rent control to California on a widespread scale. A few months […]

Governor Newsom Puts Central Coast Cities on Notice Over Housing

Since becoming Governor of California, Gavin Newsom has been busy, and one of his recent efforts includes taking steps to stop the housing shortage in California. Specifically, Governor Newsom has targeted seven Central Coast cities who the state views as being “out of compliance” with housing requirements. What Comes Next? There’s no doubt that California […]

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 […]

Earthquake Preparedness – How to Make Sure Your Rentals Are Prepared for Earthquakes

If you own rental properties in Monterey County or elsewhere in California you know that there’s always talk about the next “big one” or earthquake that could strike the Golden State. Thankfully, instead of waiting for another earthquake, every owner can get their rental properties ready for earthquakes by doing the following. Step #1 – […]

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 […]

Are You Planning For Portfolio Growth In 2019?

Do you own a portfolio of rental properties in the Monterey County area? If so, one of the very best thing that you can do is plan for portfolio growth in 2019. Why? Planning for growth means that you will be prepared to take on an additional rental property and won’t be left feeling overworked […]

What Are the Top Five Items You Should Replace in A Rental Property That You Purchase?

Are you planning on buying a new rental property in Salinas or elsewhere in the Monterey County area? If so, even though you won’t always have to fix the property up to get it in rental condition, there are five things that you should replace in a new rental property. Toilet Even though most landlords […]

Tips for Smart Long-Distance Real Estate Investing

Are you planning on investing in rental properties in the Monterey County but don’t know how to get started? In this article we will provide you with several tips you can use on the smart way for getting started in long distance real estate investing. Be clear on your goal. This is mission critical for […]

Real Estate Investments Not Making Money? It Could Be Because Of These Reasons

Are Your Real Estate Investments Not Making Money? It Could Be Because Of These Reasons Are you concerned that your real estate Investments for not making you the money that you thought they should be? If so, you’re not alone! In this article, we will list for you 5 reasons why your real estate Investments […]

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 […]