Property Management Blog
Even the most confident landlords and experienced investors have questions from time to time. Our property management blog will answer your questions, provide you with tips and advice, and share some important news about relevant market trends and legal changes. You don’t want to miss our blogs and videos.
What Is “Rent Ready” You may have heard “Rent Ready,” “Move-In Ready,” or other similar terms tossed around by real estate investors and tenants. While the...
Knowing where to buy investment property in the East Bay is an important part of your strategy. This market is unique; prices are high, but so are rents. Additionally, the tenant pool offers stable renters with good jobs and financial security.
No one can successfully manage a rental property alone. Even the best property owner or the most experienced investor still needs a team of key professionals with specific areas of expertise to call on for help, questions, and problem solving.
In California, tenants have the right to quiet enjoyment of their home, which means you cannot show up unannounced whenever you feel like it. However, you should schedule at least one or two visits each year to get inside the property to assess its current condition and look for any changes from the last visit.
As you know, your real estate investment will require maintenance. It’s not a matter of if – it’s a matter of when.
Every property, at some time, requires maintenance and repairs. The amount you spend will depend on the age and condition of the property. To keep costs down and preserve your ROI, make sure you’re prepared by creating a maintenance budget that addresses both routine and emergency repair needs.
The eviction process in California is a serious matter. It has its own rules and timetable depending on the county where the property is located; it can also be time consuming and expensive.
The goal of any real estate investor is to make money on their rental property by earning a healthy return on investment – ROI; that’s the whole reason for investing.
All real estate investors worry about the potential damage a tenant can do to their property. There are a few easy things you can do, however, to avoid tenant damage. Let’s focus on six steps we feel are important to take to protect your investment.
Get In Touch with Us
Advantage Property Management Services (APMS) has been serving real estate investors in Alameda County and Contra Costa County since 2010.