Smart Rent Increases in Los Angeles County: Maximizing ROI with El Camino’s Proactive Approach

  • May 9, 2024

As a rental property owner in Los Angeles County, you know that smart rent increases are essential to maximizing your return on investment (ROI). But how do you determine the right amount to raise rents? If you’re subject to the statewide rent control laws in California, you’ll also have to be mindful of the limits […]

Damage Control: Navigating Charges for Damages and Cleaning in LA County Properties

  • April 11, 2024

There’s nothing worse than walking into a rental property after your tenant has moved out to find that it’s a complete mess. Maybe there’s damage. Maybe you find food in the fridge and spills on the counter. Maybe they left a pile of trash in the living room.  How can you control the damage?  As […]

Insurance Insights: Understanding Property Insurance for Los Angeles County Landlords

  • March 14, 2024

When you invest in a rental property in Los Angeles County, your first priority should be to protect that valuable investment. There are several good ways to do that. Inspections are important, good tenant screening can help, and preventative maintenance is essential. You can protect your investment by understanding the laws, investing in improvements and upgrades, […]

Tenant Screening Excellence: Ensuring the Best Fit for Your Los Angeles County Rental Property

  • February 8, 2024

The tenant you put into your property will easily impact on the type of rental experience you have as a landlord in Los Angeles County. Tenant screening is important. If you don’t screen thoroughly, you could end up with a resident who doesn’t pay rent or who damages your property. You could find yourself with […]

Online Convenience for Los Angeles County Owners and Tenants: Embracing Digital Payments

  • January 11, 2024

In 2020, a National Apartment Association survey reported that 79 percent of tenants prefer to pay rent online. That was almost four years ago; surely the percentage is a lot higher, now. If you’re renting out a Los Angeles County rental property, this is a statistic that you cannot afford to ignore. If you’re not […]

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