The number one source of landlord-tenant disputes is the disposition of the tenant’s security deposit. Many of these potential problems can be resolved with proper procedures BEFORE the tenant takes possession of the rental unit. But to do so, you need to
MRLANDLORD.COM Tips on Management 10 Gold Nuggets of Landlording Advice – By Jeffrey Taylor, “Mr. Landlord”
Here are 10 of the best single lines of advice offered from several landlords nationwide:
From the moment you spoke your first word as a small child, your voice and the words you select are often taken for granted -a gift you use throughout your life. As leasing professionals, you know the importance of using
Question One: I recently purchased a duplex in Sylmar that has rent control. Currently, I’m responsible to pay the water bill, since there is only one water meter. I’m interested in paying for the lines to be subdivided, so that the tenants will be responsible for their own
According to the 2009/2010 American Pet Products Association’s (APPA) National Pet Owners Survey, 62% of American households have at least one pet. That means that pet-friendly property owners have more than double the pool of potential tenants than landlords who do not accept pets.
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As a landlord in the high desert, I was doubling my evictions every year for the past several years. However, I feel the judiciary is responsible, to some extent, for the increase in caseload, at least when it comes to Unlawful Detainers.
What if you could ask your property manager three simple questions and the results would tell you how well your management company is treating your property, and your wallet?
If your building is in one of the nine cities listed below, you must pay interest on the security deposit once a year and at the end of the tenancy.
Starting a property management company is a tough business, plain and simple. Landlords deal with the problems of tenants who call to complain constantly; tenants who don’t pay their rent and