Archive for August 2015
How to Rent Your Tracy Home Fast
You just invested in your first Tracy California Rental Property and now own your first home. Before attempting to rent your Tracy home yourself here’s how you can rent your home fast. Tip #1 – Get the Home Ready to Rent Take the time to thoroughly inspect the Tracy home room by room and ask…Read More
What Is The Average Rent For Stockton California?
As of August 2015 the average rent in Stockton California ranges from $975 per month for a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom house to $1,875 per month for a 4 bedroom 3 bathroom house (source: Zillow). The good news about the Stockton Rental Market is that there is plenty of inventory to choose from in terms…Read More
Is It Time For You To FIRE Your Central Valley Property Manager?
Over the years you’ve worked hard to build your portfolio of rental properties and now that you’ve built up cash flow every month to replace the income from your job you’re starting to wonder if it’s time for you to fire your Central Valley Property Manager. If you’re “on the fence” about getting a new…Read More
Central Valley Property Management Tips
STOCKTON – As a property owner one of the “keys to success” when it comes to owning income property is knowing how to respond to your tenant requests and the truth is that as with any relationship in your life you must know how to respond to your tenants without just saying no to everything.…Read More
BEAUTIFUL COLORS FOR EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT – Exterior Home Color Ideas
Are you thinking about repainting the exterior of your Central Valley rental property? Summer is an excellent time of year to paint thanks to warmer weather and long days. Painting is a great investment to make in your rental property and also an excellent way make it more desirable to renters. In this video…Read More
What Is Section 8 And Should You Consider It For Your Stockton California Rental Property?
STOCKTON – Have you been experiencing difficulties with renting your Stockton California Rental Property? If so, you may want to consider Section 8. Although Section 8 housing is traditionally for renters across the United States who are unable to pay their monthly rent, it also benefits the property owner as well in more ways than…Read More
5 Tips for Buying a Profitable Modesto, CA Rental Property
Are you thinking about buying a Modesto, CA rental property but aren’t sure if it’s going to be a profitable rental property or not? In this post we will share with you 5 tips for buying a profitable rental in Modesto California. Tip 1 – Rent What are comparable properties in the same neighborhood renting…Read More
Should You Speak With Your Central Valley Tenants About Water Conservation? The Answer Is Yes
There’s no denying that the 2015 California Drought has been bad and with any hope of rainfall still months away all property owners should start talking with their Central Valley Tenants about water conservation NOW so they can do their part to save water in California. Water Conservation Tips In the bathroom – Recommend that…Read More
Central Valley Rental Property – 3 Signs That Your Cash Flow Isn’t Really Passive
The number one goal with every Real Estate investor is to have cash flow from their Central Valley Rental Property but the reality is that most investors are busier than they should be and their cash flow isn’t really passive. Here are two signs that you aren’t earning passive income from your rental property. You’re…Read More