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Tactics commercial real estate firms in San Diego use for making your vacant property rent ready.

Tactics commercial real estate firms in San Diego use for making your vacant property rent ready.

Attractive curb appeal, interior presentation, testing mechanical & plumbing systems and knowledge of basic laws (building code) are required for each rental. These aspects should be considered regardless of whether you own residential apartments in San Diego or single family homes. CURB APPEAL The best aspect for judging the level of curb appeal is to […]

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Benefits of hiring a professional San Diego property manager for your investment – lower liabilities, reduce stress, create more free time, better results and higher income.

Benefits of hiring a professional San Diego property manager for your investment – lower liabilities, reduce stress, create more free time, better results and higher income.

For all the facets you should consider hiring a professional a San Diego property management company, there are 5 primary reasons that are worthy of consideration. REDUCING LIABILITIES California is a tenant-friendly state, there is a multitude of Landlord/Tenant laws to navigate and it’s very litigious State. Aside from the various business models property management […]

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Understanding typical property management fees in San Diego-Fees for services listed and explained.

Understanding typical property management fees in San Diego-Fees for services listed and explained.

Investment property managers typically offer a range of rates between 5-8% for residential rental properties in San Diego. COMMON FEE STRUCTURES CHARGED BY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FIRMS IN SAN DIEGO Typically San Diego real estate investors can expect to pay a monthly management fee as well as a leasing/tenant placement fee ranging from […]

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Fair Housing 101 | Lesson 7 | How not to “steer” applicants.

Fair Housing 101 | Lesson 7 | How not to “steer” applicants.

What is “Steering” and why should it be avoided? Steering is an attempt by owners/managers to control where someone lives because of their protected class, regardless of how well intended.  Perceived “steering” can result in a fair housing complaint. Common targets are: Families with children. Steering can include directing applicants to downstairs or end units […]

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Fair Housing 101 | Lesson 6 | Standards for Accessibility.

Fair Housing 101 | Lesson 6 | Standards for Accessibility.

Q:  Who sets the standards for accessibility, what is a reasonable modification and who is financially responsible? A: The ADA requires all properties where the public is invited, including a rental office, must be accessible unless: It is “technically infeasible” or poses an “undue financial burden” on the property. This includes not only rental offices […]

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