“The biggest mistake many investors make is to ignore the numbers generated by their properties.” Financial Statements Let’s start with financial statements, or lack of them. Many real estate investors only track the results of their real estate investments at tax time. Instead investors should be reviewing their results by reading their financials on a…Details
There is no dispute that the Millennials make up the largest segment of our population. They number around 80 million young adults who were all born between 1978 and 1995. They represent about 25% of the entire population.
Airbnb Wars Continue: Supervisors Seek Hard 60-Day Cap on Short-Term Rentals – by Gideon Kramer, Editor, SPOSFI News
Regulations adopted in 2014—the so-called “Airbnb Law”—formally legalizing short-term rentals under 30 days for the first time, are not achieving the desired compliance goals. According to the city’s Office of Short-Term Rentals, 2,207 hosting applications have been received, but only 1,717 have been approved. That’s a small percentage of the estimated 7,000 to 10,000 hosts…Details
It is one of AOA’s goals to support you in making your business of providing housing for others more profitable, easier and more enjoyable! We also aim to provide information from which you will discover at least one idea that will help you make and/or keep more money than ever before. Our commitment to you…Details
Are you new to owning rental property and do not have a clue how and where to start? Or are you a property owner who has been in the field awhile and are seeking suggestions how to improve on your business and make it more profitable and productive? If you fall into either of these…Details
As we begin the year with resolutions made, celebrations and get-togethers over, we get back to routine time. So … what comes to mind? “That time”of the year. Yes it’s that time of the year where Uncle Sam knocks at your door, reminding you to do your part in filing your tax return.
Happy New Year everyone! As a reminder of your benefits, listed below are of some of our newer services from last year to help support you in making your business of providing housing for others more profitable, easier and more enjoyable. Forms At your requests, last year, we added the below, new AOA forms…Details
Apartment Owners, Business Owners and Community Leaders Are Fighting Back to Protect Your Rights and Your Wallets! The below article was written by David Hernandez, Lead Proponent & Executive Director – www.nolatrashmonopoly.com. In 2014 the Los Angeles City Council and Mayor, working with Labor Based Organizations passed an Ordinance impacting all commercial business, including apartment owners,…Details
In California, state and federal law require that landlords provide “reasonable accommodations” and “reasonable modifications” to tenants with disabilities. These accommodations allow tenants with a disability an equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling unit or common area.
Management Tips From Mrlandlord.com -10 Biggest Landlord Mistakes – By Jeffrey Taylor, “Mr. Landlord”
Warning From a Fellow Landlord A regular contributor on LandlordingAdvice.com warns that cutting corners can come back to bite you.Details