Did your tenant skip out owing you rent?
It’s almost inevitable that property managers will experience resident negligence that leads to unintended damage to the unit. Although residents may think that they are engaged in innocent actions, property managers may wonder “What the heck was that resident thinking?” after coming across the by-products of these actions.
Question One: My tenant requested an inspection of his unit after serving his intention to vacate. We agreed on a specific date and time. I arrived timely but the tenant was not home. He never even called to state that he could not make the appointment. He is now calling and wants to reschedule. He…
There are many things you should consider when selecting the proper amount of insurance for your apartment building. Your apartment building is a large investment and it can also be a potentially large liability should someone find you negligent for their injuries. Here are some ways to protect your investment and yourself from liability.
Hello everybody. As AOA members know, apartment buildings are frequently owned by two or more persons as tenants-in-common, joint tenants, or partnerships. Upon acquisition, the parties typically have harmonious ideas for the investment. Over time, however,
Can politicians force you to operate a business or compel you to be a landlord? Can they block you from occupying half of your own home, forcing you to rent space to lodgers who can stay there as long as they like – at below-market, government-controlled rental rates?
Trade Show a Huge Success! Our Million Dollar Trade Show and Landlording Conference last month was a huge success! You should have been there! Our members were more educated, motivated and stimulated by some very knowledgeable speakers who helped give them that one idea that would help them make and keep more money than…
Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), a national property rights organization, today stepped in to lead a legal fight against Oakland’s unfair — and illegal — treatment of rental property owners who try to challenge arbitrary fees and liens.
Something to Think About #25 – Mortgage Carry – By Klarise Yahya, Commercial Loan Broker – BRE: 00957107 – MLO: 249261
The first part of this article will define the terms. The second part will review the use of capitalization rates, a critical element of mortgage carry calculations. The third section will address the