L.A. Trade Show and Educational Conference a Big Success! and Do You Have a Former Tenant Who Left Owing You Money?

Trade Show a Huge Success! WOW! What an incredible event! Our “Million Dollar” Trade Show and Landlording Conference last month was a massive success! We had highly knowledgeable speakers who delivered fantastic content, providing our members with a wealth of ideas that will empower them to make and keep more money than ever before. What…

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Rampant, Increasing Fraud Impacting Rental Housing Costs By John Triplett of the Rental Housing Journal

Fraud impacting rental housing costs throughout the country is on the rise and includes incidences of fraudulent rental applications, financial and identity fraud, and is often fueled by social media, the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) says in a new survey. “Driven in part by social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram, the rise in false…

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Addressing High Apartment Vacancy Rates: Causes and Solutions By Cliff Hockley

Several factors contribute to the challenge of renting apartments, and property owners and managers must identify and address these issues strategically. Here are some key reasons why apartments may remain unrented.  Seasonality – The rental market often experiences slower activity from late October through February each year. High Rent Expectations – Setting rent too high…

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Final Year of SB-721 Compliance for Building Owners – Beware! Deceptive Practices Undermine Balcony Law Inspection Requirements By Jared Duke

Increasingly, over the previous few years, since the statewide Senate Bill requiring building owners to perform structural inspections of their exterior elevated elements was introduced, California balcony inspections have become a critical aspect of building ownership, ensuring safety and compliance with regulations. However, some concerning issues have emerged – many inspections are being conducted and…

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