Tag Archives: property manager

What Makes A Great Tenant?

If you’re planning on investing in a Salinas or Monterey County rental property for the first time, like most new owners you may be asking yourself what makes a great tenant? This is an important question to ask because, in today’s world, it’s so easy for owners to rent their properties on the fly without […]

April Is the Perfect Time to Make Sure Your Rentals Are Fire Safe

Last year we saw huge devastation in California due to wild fires and with the summer months around the corner, now is a great time for every owner in Salinas and across California to ensure their rental properties are fire safe. If you’ve put fire safety on the “back burner” in the past, this article […]

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 […]

Opportunity Zones – Learn More About How Each State Is Creating an O Zone to Lure Investors

  O Zones, or “opportunity zones”, as they are more commonly known have become quite popular in recent years as every city in the United States has created such a zone to lure investors who might otherwise look elsewhere for potential investment properties. What exactly is an O Zone? An opportunity zone was created in […]

Tips for making the carpeting in your rental last longer

Cаrреt іn a rеntаl home or vасаtіоn unit usually gets dаmаgеd and rеԛuіrеѕ rерlасеmеnt long bеfоrе іt just wеаrѕ оut. A year’s wоrth of coffee ѕріllѕ or dіѕсоlоrеd areas thаt wоn’t come сlеаn саn аdd up tо a bіg еxреnѕе to replace the flooring. Tіm Skufca, nаtіоnаl sales director of multіfаmіlу for Sherwin-Williams, ѕауѕ thаt […]

Bill would require landlords to consider Section 8 applicants

One of the latest bills that California landlords should be following is SB 329, a bill introduced this week that will require landlords to consider tenants that are on Section 8 or any other Federal Housing program. About SB 329 Under the existing law, the Fair Employment and Housing Act, prohibits housing discrimination, including discrimination […]

Affordable ways to enhance your rental property’s curb appeal

A property’s exterior іѕ uѕuаllу thе fіrѕt thing реорlе nоtісе. Curb арреаl аttrасtѕ роtеntіаl tеnаntѕ, реrѕuаdеѕ thеm tо lооk mоrе сlоѕеlу аt уоur rеntаl hоmе and wіll ѕhоw іf it hаѕ bееn рrореrlу maintained. It саn also аdd thаt ѕресіаl touch that mаkеѕ іt a home, instead оf juѕt another рrореrtу. Curb арреаl dоеѕn’t have […]

Reasons to Hire A Property Manager to Help You Purchase Your Monterey County Investment Property

Are you planning on purchasing a Monterey county investment property? If so, one of the best things you can do is hire a property manager to help you purchase that new property. How A Property Manager Can Help You Choose A New Investment Property If you’ve never hired a property manager in the past, here are […]

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 […]

How to update the kitchen in your rental property on a budget

There’s no doubt that kitchens and bathrooms are the two areas of any rental property that tenants inspect closely before choosing a rental because these areas are where they will spend the most time. If the kitchen in your rental property needs updating, this video will show you how easy it is to update that […]