Seven Mold Preventative Maintenance Steps For Kitchens and Bathrooms By the Editors of the Rental Housing Journal

  Mold preventative maintenance for your rental property is the maintenance checkup this week, provided by Keepe. Knowledge about what causes mold growth and mold preventative maintenance is key to guaranteeing a safe, healthy living environment for tenants. Property managers need to know not only causes of mold growth, but how to prevent it in…

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Special and Complex Tax Rules for Investment Property By Pete Muffoletto

Investment rental property, whether houses, apartments, vacant land, commercial buildings, shopping centers or warehouses, offer big tax incentives for investors who understand the special but complex tax rules and regulations related to these investments. Real Estate Professionals The best breaks go to “real estate professionals,” defined as those who spend at least 750 hours per…

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IN THE NEWS …

Photo by Brett Sayles from Pexels   Landlord Pays $15,000 to Resolve Harassment and Wrongful Eviction Claims and 88 Landlords Caught Refusing Section 8 Vouchers   Alameda, CA: The Prosecution Unit of the Alameda City Attorney’s Office has reached a settlement with an Alameda landlord to successfully resolve claims that they violated the City’s tenant protection and fair…

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Santa Ana Enacts a 3% Rent Cap Bad News for the City and Landlords By Mercedes Shaffer

Santa Ana is a city with beautiful historical architecture and an emerging art district that is surrounded by trendy restaurants. In addition, there’s many great attractions such as the Bowers Museum, the Lyon Air Museum and the Discovery Cube Museum.  Santa Ana has the advantage of being centrally located in Orange County and has a…

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