Blog Post Credit Checks and Other Useful Tools for Landlords in Riverside to Screen a Tenant

Credit Checks and Other Useful Tools for Landlords in Riverside to Screen a Tenant

As California's moratorium has already ended, eviction rates in the state's most populous counties, including Riverside, have soared again. Indeed, they're now even higher than pre-pandemic levels. For many of these cases, the primary reason is non-payment of rent.Evi...
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Blog Post What is AB-12 and How Will it Affect Landlords?

What is AB-12 and How Will it Affect Landlords?

Today's blog post is going to go over the most recent change that is being set in place this July; a new security deposit law titled AB-12. Understanding AB 12AB 12 introduces a crucial adjustment to how security deposits are handled in our state. Specifically, the law l...
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Blog Post Self Managing vs Hiring a Property Manager in Riverside, CA

Self Managing vs Hiring a Property Manager in Riverside, CA

Almost half of all homes in California are occupied by renters. That percentage continues to grow every year.If you are a property owner or landlord, you are always looking for ways to stay ahead of the competition while optimizing your bottom line. This often means deciding whet...
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Blog Post Furnished Vs Unfurnished Property: Which One is Better to Rent Out in Riverside, CA?

Furnished Vs Unfurnished Property: Which One is Better to Rent Out in Riverside, CA?

One question that I get asked a lot as a property manager is the difference between an unfurnished property, and a furnished property. What are the benefits? What are the cons? Which one is better? Well, today I am going to go over in detail the pros and cons of both these option...
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Blog Post A Comprehensive Guide to Hiring a Property Management Company: Expert Tips for Property Owners in Riverside, California

A Comprehensive Guide to Hiring a Property Management Company: Expert Tips for Property Owners in Ri...

If you are looking into property management, and you would like to figure out whether or not a property management company is a good fit for you, you have come to the right place.This blog post will be the ultimate guide to what you need to look out for when hiring a property man...
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Blog Post What Does a Riverside Property Management Company Cost?

What Does a Riverside Property Management Company Cost?

Riverside, California, is home to many property management companies. There are over 20 of us out there who provide full-service property management and are more than happy to charge you top-of-the-line.  In this blog post, I will let you see my extensive research on every p...
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Blog Post What Does a Property Management Company Do?

What Does a Property Management Company Do?

If you are reading this blog post, you are probably contemplating whether or not to rent your property out for the first time. Or, you have run into a massive problem with a tenant, and you are looking for someone else to take the reins. Well, a Property Management Company i...
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Blog Post How to Make More Money on a Rental Property in Riverside, CA

How to Make More Money on a Rental Property in Riverside, CA

If you are a homeowner in Riverside, California, or the surrounding areas of the Inland Empire, you know what it feels like to live out here. From increasing rental rates to an overall increase in cost, California does not make it easy to live a comfortable life. Not including th...
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Blog Post How To Deal With a Bad Tenant in Riverside California

How To Deal With a Bad Tenant in Riverside California

Navigating Bad Tenants in Riverside, CA: Introduction: Riverside is a city where the real estate market is incredibly dynamic and brims with promise. For homeowners considering buying a property, the allure of profit is often shadowed by the concern of troublesome tenan...
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Blog Post Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords in Riverside, CA

Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords in Riverside, CA

Since 2020, rent prices in Riverside, California, have shot up by 40%. If you can afford to buy a rental property there, your bottom line will look good by default.There's only one exception to this rule: being a first-time landlord. Managing a property is as much about exper...
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