Repairs – Who is responsible??

  • May 19, 2021

Whether you own a home or rent one, things eventually break, malfunction, or wear out. Generally, if a renter breaks something, they must pay to repair it. Minor repairs that are simple and inexpensive can be handled by the tenant. However, if something in the property breaks due to no fault of the tenant (like […]

Electronic Rent Collections

  • April 13, 2020

Our method of rent collection saves our owners and tenants time and money, and in today’s environment, keeps us all safer at home. #propertymanagement #rentalproperty #multifamily #saferathome Click on this video for more info: Contact us at 562.334.2727 for more info

Professional Property Management vs. Self-Management: A Look at the Pros & Cons

  • January 25, 2019

If you have never owned a rental property before, the thought of doing so can be as tantalizing as: Rental Income – (Mortgage + Expenses) = Profit What is not often factored into the equation is the actual management—or what you could call landlord duties. On the face of it, managing property may seem like […]

New Laws for Rental Property Owners

  • January 3, 2019

  We all have high hopes with the New Year. A new beginning, a fresh start to tackle those resolutions, and “finally” run that marathon/visit the Eiffel Tower/lose those 15 pounds. Yet California wouldn’t be ringing the New Year in properly without a new set of laws for rental property owners to obey and here’s […]

How Long Does it Take to Evict a Tenant in City of LA?

  • September 1, 2018

Handling Unlawful Detainers in Rent Controlled (RSO) areas can be tricky and complicated. In other words, do not attempt without a legal professional, one that understands local rental regulations. Based on HCIDLA, “Under the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO), the landlord may recover possession of a rental unit under specific situations. Below is a list of […]

How the Final GOP Tax Bill Will Affect Real Estate Property Owners

In a matter of seven weeks, the GOP has developed, amended, and reconciled a $1.456 trillion tax bill. On December 22, Donald Trump tweeted the tax bill into law. If it feels like this all happened fast, it’s because it did. The Tax Reform Act of 1986, our country’s last major tax overhaul, took a little […]