Property Management Blog

Thursday, October 21, 2021

When to Change Your Property Management Company to NCPG
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Ready to make a change with your property management company? If so, North County Property Group can help with your transition! If you’re experiencing rental property issues such as late rent collection, reduced profits, or higher operational costs, then it’s time to analyze the reasons behind it. It’s a cause for w...

Thursday, October 21, 2021

Section 8 Housing in San Diego
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Housing subsidies through Section 8 should be a familiar program to all property managers and landlords. Few property managers and landlords, however, truly understand how it works and knowing the details of this program can be more elusive. All San Diego property managers and landlords are required to accept income in the form of Section...

Friday, October 15, 2021

Understanding a 1031 Exchange
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Do you currently own an investment property and are considering upgrading to a different one? If so, a 1031 exchange is a great option for you. A 1031 exchange can help you defer capital gains tax as long as you’re buying a “like-kind” property. Some of the most successful real estate investors can attribute this ex...

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

North County Property Group: What Makes Us Industry Leaders
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North County Property Group’s CEO, Bob Preston, was recently elected to serve as the Southwest Regional Vice President and board member for the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®) for the 2022 – 2024 term.Nominated and elected by a group of property management peers within the industry, Bob will ...

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Forecasting 2021/2022 San Diego Housing Market Trends
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Southern California is experiencing a booming real estate market, and San Diego is head of the pack! San Diego home prices skyrocketed in the last year, with real estate being sold well above asking prices. Better yet, this momentum and fast property turnovers are expected to continue this fall. With all the time people have spent at...

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Fall Activities in San Diego
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San Diego attracts a large number of people in the summer, but some would argue that the mild temperatures make it an ideal city to explore during the fall. Its renowned beaches, for example, tend to bring in a smaller crowd around this time. If you’re planning to visit San Diego, move here, or are a local who’s looking f...

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Should You Rent or Sell Your San Diego Home?
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Life happens, and a time may come when the home you currently own may no longer suit your needs and you’ve decided it is best to move to a new residence. For example, you may need to get a place with more square footage as your family grows, or you may need to downsize as your children move out. Also, there is always that chanc...

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Tips for an Easy Property Turnover Once Your Tenant Moves Out
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As every landlord knows, a vacant rental unit is the last thing you want to have. It’s hard to find a situation more dreaded than a prolonged investment property vacancy. Without cash flow from the rent, these vacancies can quickly amount to steep costs for property owners, such as mortgage payments or maintenance fees that bui...

Friday, July 16, 2021

Top 8 Landlord Responsibilities in California
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Being a landlord isn’t an easy task. Landlords have a lot of responsibilities when it comes to renting their investment properties, working with their tenants, and keeping the property well-maintained. But what are the main elements involved in this demanding position? Today, I’m going to provide you with my Top List of 8...

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Should You Allow Pets In Your Rental Property?
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America is a nation of pet lovers. As a matter of fact, 72% of renters, according to the Humane Society of the United States, have pets. Pet owners see their pets as part of the family. Among other things, pets provide love, company, and emotional support. As such, it isn’t surprising that tenants with pets will exclusively loo...

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