Have you met your goals for the first quarter of the year? Or has traffic come to a screeching halt? Perhaps you are worried about how you are going to secure more leases. Or maybe you have so much competition that your team and your community is getting lost.
Keeping Poor Files on Your Tenants “If you don’t start paying your rent on time, I’m gonna…”Details
Question 1: I have a tenant who moved in August 2014.The lease is for one year. He has now violated the lease three times. First time, I witnessed and spoke to him about installing a curtain rod when the lease clearly says it is not allowed. Second violation was that he was seen with a…Details
Have you ever been sued by your tenant because you did not return their entire security deposit? Has your tenant ever left your building and destroyed your unit? If the answer is yes to either of these questions, then it would be beneficial for you to learn more about small claims and the process.
While economists may quibble about the effects of minimum-wage hikes, there’s no such debate about rent control’s adverse effects.
Looking to rev up your leasing efforts? Here is a hot tip – practice Fair Housing! What? Practice Fair Housing? You mean treat everyone the same regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, gender, family status or handicap? Isn’t that a given?
If the vacating tenant has been a long-term tenant, and you had a good relationship, simply ask him. I bet over the years he’s followed the neighborhood and knows from friends and fellow renters. He can tell you if he thinks you should charge more or less. Feedback from your vacating residents should be…Details
Question One: I am concerned with California’s urgent request for water rationing, where I might get fined for the acts of my tenants. My tenants do not pay for water and therefore there is no incentive to conserve. What steps should I take?
Property security is an aspect of property management operations often overlooked and not budgeted for. Properties typically need security for: transient removal, trespassing, illegal dumping, vandalism, theft, alarm response, illegal camping, and criminal issues on site (like drug dealing for example). Property owners and managers can choose to implement a variety of strategies to improve…Details
No landlord likes to evict a tenant even if he or she has had enough and the tenant deserves to be evicted. It is a lot of trouble and takes a lot of time and energy, not to mention lost rent and court filing fees. But when you do evict, make sure to do it…Details