Archive for March 2017
Tips For Dealing With Locked Out Renters
By RPM Central Valley Ask any owner and they will tell you that one of the most annoying problems to deal with is renters who become locked out of their rental properties. There’s no denying that getting locked out of a home can happen to anyone, for a variety of reasons, but it can get…Read More
Got Squatters? Here’s How to Deal with Them
By RPM Central Valley Since the housing crash of 2007-2008, it’s not been uncommon for many landlords in California to report problems with squatters because thanks to a lot of vacant properties across the state at the time squatters were adept at using the law to their advantage. Although the Real Estate market and rental…Read More
3 Ways to Make Your Small Central Valley Rental Property Feel Bigger
By RPM Central Valley Are you searching for ways to make your Central Valley Rental Property “feel” bigger? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we will share with you several tips you can use to easily add the illusion of more space when staging your rental property before showing it…Read More
How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets Without Stripping
Planning on refinishing the cabinets in the bathroom or kitchen of your rental property? If so, you can get those cabinets painted without stripping by following the tips in this video. Save Time Managing Your Rentals With Property Management Are you tired of managing your rental properties yourself and doing all of the day-to-day tasks…Read More
Housing Trends 2017 – What should you be looking for?
NEED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT? CLICK HERE. 2017 has already been a BIG year for owners thanks to an even greater demand for rental properties in California, rising interest rates and potential changes to rent control laws but what are the housing trends? Should you be adapting and changing your marketing reach when renting your properties? The…Read More
Are you up to speed with the latest marijuana laws?
Like it or not, marijuana is now legal in California as it is in Alaska, Oregon, Colorado and Washington but with it now being legal for someone to buy and have on their person does it mean that there are still regulations that have to be followed and should you amend your marijuana policy? If…Read More
Is rent control in California coming to an end?
Since the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act of 1995 Californian’s have had rent control and municipalities must abide by the standards that have been set by Costa-Hawkins but could rent control in California become a thing of the past if Costa-Hawkins is scrapped? Rent Control in California Before Costa-Hawkins, municipalities could adopt either “moderate” or “strict”…Read More
Should You Show Your Appreciation To Loyal Tenants?
By RPM Central Valley It doesn’t matter if you own a single family home, or multi-family homes in the Central Valley area, if you have loyal tenants they are like gold and you should show your appreciation to them whenever possible by following these simple tips and incentives. Tip #1 – Host Events Although it…Read More
What are micro-apartments? Are they the next big thing in rentals?
Rental properties are always changing, especially in California where we’ve seen more tiny houses than ever before but what about micro-apartments? Are they the next big trend in rentals? What is a Micro-Apartment? Micro-apartments are smaller-than-average studios intended for a single resident. Ultra-efficient design packs a kitchen, bathroom, and other necessities into a unit of…Read More
What Incentives Can You Use To Improve Tenant Retention?
Is lease renewal time coming up again and you’re wondering what incentives you can use to improve tenant retention? You’re not alone! In this article we will share with you several tips you can use for the purpose of improving tenant retention and keeping your renters renewing their leases. 1. Monetary Incentives According to Software Advice,…Read More