The Benefits of Being Pet-Friendly By Justin Becker

Rental property owners are now integrating pet-friendly amenities in their apartments to allow renters to keep their favorite animal companions. The dog is humankind’s best friend, and this explains why it is the most domesticated pet. According to statistics in the United States, 63.4 million households own a dog, followed by 43 million households that own a…

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Management Tips from MRLANDLORD.COM

Landlords reveal what advice they would tell a new investor if they asked about being a landlord now – (especially given the current state of affairs). How Do I Survive Now? Check your state and local laws carefully (particularly for various state and federal eviction restrictions and moratoriums. Work alongside a seasoned landlord for one…

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What You Need to Know When Listing an ADU By Mercedes Shaffer

To combat the statewide housing crisis, government officials in Sacramento have passed legislation to encourage property owners to add accessory dwelling units (ADUs) – small, secondary homes – to residential zoned single-family homes and multi-family buildings.  The idea is that adding ADU’s will create more affordable housing in California.   An ADU can be a stand-alone…

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Did You Know

Repairs Many times, a tenant will have an issue with a specific repair person and demand that the landlord use another person. Be advised that it is the sole discretion of the landlord as to who will accomplish the repair. Unless an incident of improper conduct occurred, the landlord should not allow a tenant to…

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Even More Contagious? Here’s What You Need to Know About the Mutating Virus Now in California

The below article was written by CalMatters. CalMatters COVID-19 coverage, translation and distribution is supported by generous grants from the Blue Shield of California Foundation, the California Wellness Foundation and the California Health Care Foundation. As California continues to ride its worst wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, public health officials have more unsettling news: Six…

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California Should Stick to the Basics By Jon Coupal

In this time of New Year’s resolutions, here’s one for California: Stick to the basics. Unfortunately, our elected leadership believe that any problem needs a government solution. This mindset has caused California to lose focus away from important functions that are properly within the purview of government. Here’s a short list of matters that our…

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