Rent Cap Law – Is It Actually Working?

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California’s rent cap law was one of the most controversial laws passed in California but now that it’s been active for more than 2 years, the big question that needs to be asked is if it’s actually working, or not? In this article, we will answer this question and offer insight into what the rental…

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Tips For Choosing A Rental Property

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Are you planning on investing in rental properties but don’t know what to look for in a rental? You’re not alone. Getting started with buying your first rental may seem like a big task if you don’t know what to search for, thankfully we got you covered with our 3 tips for choosing the right Central…

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Rental Market News – How Will Nov Elections Shape Market?

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We’re just days away from the November 2022 election and although most media outlets are focusing on Senate rates, the reality is that the next election is poised to be a decisive election that shapes the rental market in California for years to come. In this article, we will share with you information on ballot…

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Do minimum wage increases affect rents?

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Increases in the minimum wage can be good for landlords.  A stand-out benefit is that renters are less likely to default on their monthly rent payments. This equals more financial security for you and your tenants. But while your tenants may have the ability to afford rent much better than before, you could also raise…

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Things to do to protect your investments during a recession

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The recession is officially here and for owners in the Central Valley, and across the United States, that means changes are coming but thankfully owners can protect their investments by going the following: 1. Keep Low to Moderate Debt Levels  It probably goes without saying that those with no or moderate debt will be less…

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Are Rent Increases Slowing In California?

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Here’s some good news for renters, including those living in some of California’s biggest cities. For the first time this year, average rent prices across the nation decreased month-over-month in August, with the monthly cost of renting a one or two-bedroom apartment dropping by about $50, according to a new report from Rent.com. During the…

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California Rent Cap Law – Is It Working?

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Since passing in 2019, California’s rent cap law has limited rent increases statewide to 5% plus the regional inflation rate but the big question is this law actually working? In this article we will provide more insight into California’s rent cap law and if it’s a bill that’s actually working or not. About California’s Rent…

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Where Are The Most Expensive Rental Markets In California?

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If you ask your friends or family members who live in California, it’s easy to know someone who is paying a premium for rent but the big question is where are the most expensive rental markets in California? In this article, we will answer this question and offer you insight into California’s most expensive rental…

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