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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 […]

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 […]

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 New California Laws In 2019 Will Affect Landlords and Property Managers?

Are you searching for information on what new laws in California will affect landlords and property managers in 2019? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we will break down the latest laws affecting landlords and property managers just so you will know what to expect legally with the coming new […]

Governor Brown Signs His Last Rental Housing Laws

With the governor’s race between John H. Cox (R) and Gavin Newsom (D) fast approaching current California Governor Jerry Brown has been very busy, signing several rental housing laws that are expected to go in effect in January before he retires. Some of the recent laws that he has signed include the new balcony inspection requirement […]