Tag Archives: Rentals

Rentals-So Easy Even A Caveman Can Do them-WRONG!

ShareTweet Finding tenants is so easy—all you do is run an ad on Craigslist, answer the e-mail, show the home and BAM—you got a tenant!  I wish it were that easy!  For the uninformed owner, finding tenants, getting all the … Continue reading

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Tips On Management:Guidlines To Follow When Rent Is Not Paid

ShareTweet   If you are in this business for respect, get out asap. Tenants don’t pay rent out of  respect, they pay to avoid the pain of late fees or eviction. No pain, no gain! Just like kids tenants won’t … Continue reading

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Tips for the Tenant: How to stand out from the crowd…

ShareTweet I have some advice for anyone interested in      renting a home with less then stellar credit in a very tight rental market in San Diego. Don’t get discouraged and automatically think the agent/owner will reject you if … Continue reading

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Rentals Can Be Painless-Just Play By Your Rules and Strategize

ShareTweet What does football have to do with real estate? Strategy plays a big part in football —–and so it does in Real Estate.     A large side of my business is helping my clients by finding tenants, and … Continue reading

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5 Good Reasons Landlords Won’t Rent To Dogs—And I Love Dogs!

ShareTweet WOOF WOOF I don’t hate dogs–quite the contrary. When my daughter was small, we had a loveable Golden Retriever named Bernie. My daughter and he were the best of friends. He would protect her, and lick all of the … Continue reading

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Property Management-What’s The Big Deal-I Can Find Tenants and Collect Rent-It’s a No Brainer!

ShareTweet San Diego,CA Real Estate has always been a good long term investment. Barring the recent meltdown, investing in real estate has historically out-performed other investments over the long term. One caveat: management. You do not manage a stock portfolio … Continue reading

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My Tenant Stopped Paying the Rent…Should I Start Eviction?

ShareTweet   When a tenant stops paying the rent, eviction is usually the only recourse. In San Diego, CA the eviction process takes place in 3 steps. Advice from a Real Estate Attorney is highly recommended. Three-day notice to pay … Continue reading

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