8 Essential Real Estate KPIs for Property Investment

8 Essential Real Estate KPIs Given the fact that real estate investments are usually considerable ones, it’s important to monitor the health of your investment. One of the best ways to do this is by implementing a group of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). These are metrics commonly used to determine the ongoing value of your […]

Getting Started with Real Estate Investment

Getting Started with Real Estate Investment

It can seem a little overwhelming when you’re getting Started with Real Estate Investment. There is obviously much to learn, and more than a few pitfalls, but if you can weather the storm, there are also great opportunities to build considerable personal wealth. There are two main ways to go about investing in real estate: […]

How Beginner Landlords Should Renovate

How Beginner Landlords Should Renovate

A major part of property management in San Diego, and being a successful landlord includes knowing when Landlords Should Renovate in order to attract tenants. Typically, renovations will increase property value and make the property more marketable, thus attracting a better class of tenants. If you were to undertake a full remodel, it would probably […]

How to Estimate the Monthly Rent for Your Property

estimate the monthly rent for your property

If you’re involved with property management in San Diego, it’s important to determine an appropriate figure the estimate the monthly rent for your property. For one thing, establishing the appropriate rental figure for a property will directly affect how attractive it is to a tenant. That in turn, will affect your ability to keep the […]

Top 10 Tax Write-Offs for Real Estate Investors and Landlords

Tax Write-Offs for Real Estate Investors

Income tax time is often a major hassle that real estate investors and landlords dread. Many prefer to distance themselves from the whole process and let a professional handle all that for them. Still, it will be helpful to know what you’re entitled to write off at tax time, so you can be planning for […]

A Tenant’s Guide to Rental Property Maintenance Procedures

A Tenant’s Guide to Rental Property Maintenance Procedures

It’s a good idea to detail which property maintenance procedures are a tenant’s responsibilities, and which belong to the landlord. This will eliminate any misunderstandings in the future, and it will probably get the necessary work done much faster. That being the case, A tenant’s guide to rental property maintenance procedures. Tenant responsibilities  Everything that […]

How to Pick the Most Qualified Resident for Your Rental Property

How to Pick the Most Qualified Resident for Your Rental Property

If you’re the owner or the manager of a rental property management in San Diego, you may already know how important it is to choose most qualified resident for your rental property. There are all kinds of disaster stories about choosing the wrong sort of tenant, and how that can make your life miserable. Given […]

Security Deposit Guide for California Landlords

Security Deposit Guide for California Landlords

Security deposits are an essential component of the whole rental process, in California and all other states. As a landlord, you need protection in the event that a tenant somehow damages your property. They might also skip out on the last month’s rent when they’re planning to relocate. You might not be fully compensated for […]

How to prepare your property for rent

prepare your property for rent

Generally speaking, preparing your property for rental means making sure it’s in the right condition to be rented. This ‘right condition’ includes keeping the property attractive and well-maintained, and pricing it competitively for the area it’s located in. It’s very important that the unit is ready in all respects to be seen by potential tenants, […]

How to Hire a Property Manager

How to Hire a Property Manager in San Diego

There’s an awful lot of responsibility associated with ownership of a property, especially a commercial property like an apartment complex. In addition to maintaining the landscape and each of the rentable units, you’ll be obliged to screen tenants, collect rents on time, and do your best to maintain decent relations with each of your tenants. […]