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!
It’s always a good idea to remodel your property, but if you don’t have the budget or the time, there are some simple updates that can have a positive effect on your ROI and the types of tenants you attract. Good tenants are looking for clean, safe, and attractive...read more
Emergencies are likely to happen at your property at some point, and unless you’re very lucky, they’ll probably happen over a weekend, on a holiday, or late at night. You need to make sure your tenants know exactly who to contact during emergencies, and how they...read more
There are many ways to maximize the return you earn on your Roseville investment property. There are two specific ways you can both increase your rental income and your long term gains: proper pricing and tenant retention. Today, we’re explaining why those two...read more
Realtors do an excellent job of helping you buy and sell homes, and a great real estate agent may have helped you buy the property you now want to rent out. While Realtors can be a resource for a number of things, you want to make sure they are qualified to manage a...read more
One of the biggest fears many Roseville landlords face is that their tenant doesn't pay rent. This problem illustrates the importance of screening tenants thoroughly. Look for someone with a record of paying rent on time. If you do find yourself in a situation where...read more
The tenant screening process is a critical part of Roseville property management. Placing a bad tenant can cost you money and result in damage to your property. It could cost you more than a vacancy, and that’s why it’s important to take your time screening applicants...read more