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Why Landlords Need Eviction Protection Plans in San Diego County

Why Landlords Need Eviction Protection Plans in San Diego County

Being a landlord can be incredibly fulfilling, both in terms of creating a source of passive income and supporting tenants with a place to live and prosper. However, it also comes with its challenges. One significant challenge is dealing with tenants who don't pay rent or vio...
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Decrease Vacancy with Creative Rental Leasing Strategies: A Guide for San Diego Landlords

Decrease Vacancy with Creative Rental Leasing Strategies: A Guide for San Diego Landlords

Have you invested in a rental property in San Diego? You're probably happy with your decision as the city has a large population and only a slight population decline - of less than 1%.However, with so many Americans wanting to live in this great city, you'll have to make ...
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Pros and Cons of Allowing Pets in Your Rental Property in San Diego County

Pros and Cons of Allowing Pets in Your Rental Property in San Diego County

Over 63 million households include at least one pet. As many of those households are renters, it's likely that you, as a landlord, will encounter some of them. Will you allow pets in a rental property?It's a tough decision, and people tend to feel strongly about their sta...
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Should You Allow Support Animals in Your San Diego Rental Property?

Should You Allow Support Animals in Your San Diego Rental Property?

More than 500,000 people in the United States live with an emotional support animal. For people with disabilities and mental health conditions, these animals are a handy source of companionship, unconditional love, and emotional support.As a San Diego landlord, though, the though...
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How Often Should a Landlord Inspect Rental Property in San Diego, CA?

How Often Should a Landlord Inspect Rental Property in San Diego, CA?

It's fabulous news that over 96% of rental units in San Diego are occupied.While keeping your units full is a top priority, you also have to worry about their condition. This is why you can't afford to skip inspections.What should landlords know about rental property insp...
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What San Diego Property Owners Gain From Rental Property Management

What San Diego Property Owners Gain From Rental Property Management

What San Diego Property Owners Gain From Rental Property ManagementYou've probably heard of rental property management services, but don't think you need them. You owe it to yourself to consider the benefits that you can reap with a property manager.A property management ...
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4 Things to Know About Tenant Placement Services in San Diego, CA

4 Things to Know About Tenant Placement Services in San Diego, CA

San Diego now has one of the most competitive rental markets in Southern California.More than ever, you may have many potential tenants to sift through. One wrong choice could cost you both time and money. This is why tenant placement services are so vital in the real estate indu...
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Homes for Rent: Important Steps to Take Before Welcoming Tenants

Homes for Rent: Important Steps to Take Before Welcoming Tenants

Are you thinking about renting out your home? If so, you're making a good decision. Setting up homes for rent is a great source of income.However, before welcoming tenants, there are a few steps that you can't afford to overlook. You must make sure that your property is i...
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The Importance of Preparing for Lease Renewals: 3 Tips for Landlords

The Importance of Preparing for Lease Renewals: 3 Tips for Landlords

When you own investment properties, it can be challenging to keep them consistently occupied. In the United States, the vacancy rate in Q4 of 2020 was 5.5%.When you have reliable tenants, taking the necessary measures to retain them in your rental property is crucial. Finding gre...
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Tips to Attract Tenants in a Tough Market in San Diego County

Tips to Attract Tenants in a Tough Market in San Diego County

In major Californian cities like San Diego, a single person needs to make at least $76,000 a year to live comfortably. Because the area's cost of living is so high, it can be difficult to attract new tenants, considering that many are making an exodus out of the state.This ca...
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