Roseville Property Management Blog for Owners & Investors
Whether you’re new to being a landlord or an experienced investor with a growing portfolio – you’re going to have questions. We have answers, and we love sharing them.
Check out our educational blogs, and let us know if there’s something that’s been puzzling you about your property, your tenants, or the landlord and tenant laws in California. We’d love to talk about your particular challenge, and since we know others probably have the same questions – we might just do another whole blog on it!
Today, we're sharing with you some important information on property inspections and registration that landlords must know. When you have a rental property in the Roseville or Sacramento area, you need to make sure it’s properly registered. The registration...read more
When you rent out a property in Roseville, you need to treat it like a business. This requires you to be educated, organized, and proactive. Knowing the California landlord and tenant laws is critical, because even the smallest mistake can get you in trouble and put...read more
Renting out a property in Roseville can be a lucrative investment opportunity. However, many landlords are anxious about two things: property damage and missing rent payments. The best way to protect yourself against these fears is by educating yourself and working...read more
Roseville property management fees can range from about 8 percent to 10 percent of the monthly rent, depending on the company you choose and the services you require. If you have several properties under management or an apartment building with 25 different units, you...read more
Before you begin advertising your rental property or screening for tenants, you need to make sure the home is ready for the market. Great tenants will want to rent great properties, so you need to ensure yours is clean, habitable, and attractive. Make sure everything...read more
Disputes can easily arise between landlords and tenants when it’s time to return – or hold – a security deposit after a tenant moves out of a property. California law has strict regulations that govern how a security deposit is collected, held, and distributed. Make...read more