tenants

Most property managers just sit around and wait until it’s time to renew before asking their tenants if they would like to—at a higher rent the tenant didn’t see coming. Others put in a sneaky clause that automatically renews the lease for a year if the tenant doesn’t actively opt-out within 30 days of their…

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rental

Got a vacant Central Valley rental property? If so, one thing that you want to to as a landlord is get that property rented ASAP because you obviously have to pay the mortgage and other costs associated with the rental property yourself. In this article we will share with you several tips for filling a…

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Are you planning on renting your Central Valley home for the first time? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we will offer you steps that you can use for renting your home for the first time. Get Your Home Ready For Rent The first thing to do before renting your…

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investment property

Real estate is one of America’s favorite investments — and with good reason. In an ideal scenario, you buy an investment property, pay down the mortgage with rental payments, and keep the profits when you later sell. Demand for investment properties has been climbing for several years, and most of the push is coming from…

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Multifamily rent growth remained in negative territory in February, but the latest Yardi Matrix report showed recovery signs. National average rents dipped by 0.1% year over year last month. But while national rent growth was negative, annual rents have steadily inched closer to positive since October. According to Yardi, February could be the last month…

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rental

Spring is around the corner, and if you’re like most landlords in the Central Valley, you’re thinking about leasing season, especially if your property has been sitting vacant for any length of time. One of the best things that you can do to get your property ready for new tenants is to focus on spring…

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homes

New real estate investors often get infatuated with the idea of the passive cash flow that real estate can bring in. So it’s not surprising when you see many new investors throw caution to the wind to chase cash flow and end up buying super cheap homes (in oftentimes questionable areas) thinking they will reach…

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