Property Management Blog

Friday, January 20, 2023

Ways to Protect Your San Diego Investment Property
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You don’t have to be an experienced real estate investor to understand the importance of protecting your San Diego rental property. There’s a lot of risk involved in renting out a home, and you want to be prepared for every possible threat. When you think about protecting your investment, you need to consider how you prot...

Friday, January 6, 2023

Reduce the Stress of Buying Your First San Diego Investment Property
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The market is beginning to shift a bit, but in San Diego, it’s always a good time to invest in real estate. If you’re buying your first investment property, prepare for a bit of stress. This is always a competitive market, and you’ll find that everything seems to move very quickly. You’ll need to be prepared.&...

Friday, December 23, 2022

Can You Sell a Tenant Occupied Property?
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Thinking about selling your San Diego investment property?  There are several good reasons to do this. Maybe you need some cash for other endeavors, and you want to get that home sold before the market shifts and selling becomes more challenging. Perhaps you have other ideas for where you’ll invest. Perhaps you’ve decided...

Friday, December 9, 2022

How and What to Look for When Searching for Qualified Vendors to Handle Property Maintenance
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When you work with a professional San Diego property management company, it’s easy to not think much about maintenance. You know that your property managers are taking care of all routine and emergency repairs that may be necessary. Your management partner negotiates prices, communicates with tenants, and supervises the work that&rs...

Friday, November 25, 2022

The Importance of Addressing Property Maintenance Issues When They Arise
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Addressing property maintenance issues as soon as they arise will accomplish a number of things for you as a rental property owner. First, you’ll cut down on emergency repairs. Unless you enjoy being interrupted by tenants who call to report floods, fires, sewer backups, and other catastrophes, you want to keep those emergencie...

Friday, November 11, 2022

5 Signs It's Time to Hire a Property Management Company to Manage Your Investment Property
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Smart investors know that working with a professional property management company will save money and increase earnings. Leveraging the experience, resources, and tools that come with a property manager can lead to a better investment experience, and a more profitable one. Many landlords and property owners prefer to manage on their ...

Friday, October 28, 2022

So You’re a Homeowner on Active Duty, Now What?
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Owning a home offers stability and an opportunity to build a solid financial foundation for your future. It also gives you a place to live.As an active duty member of the military, your career doesn’t always offer the same sense of stability. You can find yourself on the move, anytime those PCS orders show up or you’re ca...

Friday, October 14, 2022

Switching Management Companies While Your Rental is Tenant Occupied
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Switching property management companies is not always easy, but if you get to the point where you realize that you need a new management partner, there’s no sense in waiting for the perfect time. There is rarely a perfect time for anything. The transfer from one company to another does not have to be difficult, especially if yo...

Friday, September 30, 2022

A Guide on Managing Your San Diego Property Remotely
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When you’re renting out a home in San Diego but you don’t live near it, how can you effectively lease, manage, and maintain that property? Luckily, technology gives us a lot of tools that make this easy. We can communicate online, collect and pay rent online, and even use videos to conduct walk-throughs, talk to vendors, ...

Friday, September 16, 2022

Why San Diego Property Owners Need Absentee Management Services
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A vacant property is vulnerable. It can be a target for criminals and opportunists. It also raises the risk of damage and deferred maintenance. Without anyone living in the home, you won’t know when a leak has begun or an appliance has broken down. If you have a home in San Diego that is not consistently occupied or you know yo...

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