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ANTIOCH, Calif. (AP) — Kim Carlson’s apartment has flooded with human feces multiple times, the plumbing never fixed in the low-income housing complex she calls home in the San Francisco rental market. Her property manager is verbally abusive and calls her 9-year-old grandson, who has autism, a slur word, she said. Her heater was busted…

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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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Tips for finding average market rent

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Are you planning on investing in new rental properties across the Central Valley? If so, like any investor, you may be wondering what are the best ways to find average rent is in the area? Thankfully, there are a wide variety of ways to find the average rent for any area including one of these…

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Simplify Your Life In 2020 By Hiring A Property Manager

Are you frustrated with continuing to manage your investment properties yourself? If so, instead of staying frustrated, and heading to eventual burnout, why not hire a property management company instead? What Can A Property Manager Do For You? Property Marketing – We will list your home on all of the top rental websites so that…

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How To Estimate Rental Property Expenses

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Are you planning on investing in your first Central Valley investment property? If so, one of the most important things that you will need to do is estimate your rental property expenses. In this article we will provide you with tips on how to estimate your expenses so you will know what to expect from…

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Do Landlords Have To Provide Heat In Rental Properties?


With winter fast approaching one question that some renters may have is if landlords are required to provide heat in their rental properties? The answer to this question is yes. Under the Implied Warranty of Habitability, landlords are required to “maintain the premises”. This generally means keeping the unit clean, dry and pest-free but it…

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How to Replace A Ceiling Fan

If you own rental properties in the Central Valley, you know how hot it can be here all year long and one thing that really makes dealing with the heat a lot easier is having ceiling fans inside your home. What about your rental properties though? Do they have ceiling fans? If not, this video…

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