How to Increase Rental Profits I recently did an interview with Forbes, and the article was just published last week. The focus of the interview was on how a landlord can increase rental profits. I thought many of you would benefit seeing the main points shared, so I have reprinted some of the key points…Details
And to make it more accurate, we should use the full, clear, most descriptive, revealing interpretation: “Tenant Welfare for the Rich” or “Tenant Welfare Paid for Only by Housing Providers!”
California law provides a framework for California tenants to request permission from their landlords to install electric vehicle charging stations. Those laws are found at Civil Code §1947.6 (residential tenancies) and Civil Code §1952.7 (commercial tenancies). Laws regarding electric vehicle charging stations in homeowner’s associations are found at Civil Code § 4745 and 4745.1. In 2018, SB…Details
Dear Dan: It gives me great of pleasure to tell you my experience with your employee Ms. Rebecca Abbott. I own number of apartments buildings in valley and Glendale it is almost ten years that I am member with AOA. Rebecca Abbott was my advisor and every time I talked to her she was able…Details
Q: I own a six unit apartment building in San Diego County that was built in the 1980s and I would like to remodel the units next year. Am I allowed to ask my tenants to vacate under the new Tenant Protection Act of 2019?
Clients always ask me, “Is it more cost effective to buy new appliances or used ones when existing appliances in rental units fail?” Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to that question.
In my ten years as a landlord, I never expected the dreaded pink letter indicating I was being sued by a tenant. Yet, there it was – right in my mailbox – a letter from my former tenants indicating they were suing us for withholding their security deposit. There are strict tenant rights laws around…Details
Typically, when somebody describes a business as being “in the toilet,” they’re delivering bad news. But property management is an industry built on the gritty work of contractors and maintenance technicians, including plumbing repairs. So if you’re a property manager and your company isn’t “in the toilet,” you’re doing something wrong.
Q: I own a rental property in San Diego where there is currently no rent control and my tenant’s rent is $1,200. I want to raise the rent to $1,500. Can I raise my tenant’s rent by 25%?