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Staging a Rental Property: The Basics

Staging a Rental Property: The Basics

Staging a Rental Property: The Basics When you have to stage your apartment, you have to position its accessories and the furniture in a way that attracts potential tenants and buyers. Through your staging attempts, they can see the full potential of your apartment, and the end goal is to show that your apartment or […]

Making the most of green spaces

Making the Most of Green Spaces in your LA  Apartment Complex

Making the Most of Green Spaces in your LA  Apartment Complex Almost 39 million people in the US live in an apartment, valuing the ease, practicality, and location of their flat. Of course, all modes of living have their ups and downs, and one aspect of living in a separate/individual home is the ability to have […]

5 Expense Tracking Tips for Rental Property Managers

5 Expense Tracking Tips for Rental Property Managers

5 Expense Tracking Tips for Rental Property Managers   Property managers wear a lot of hats. In this role, you may be expected to deal with maintenance issues, customer service, marketing, and more. Keeping accurate accounts of your rental expenses is one of the many important jobs you have. These tips can help.   Understand […]

Feel-Good Budget Friendly Decor Tips For Your New LA Home

Feel-Good Budget Friendly Decor Tips For Your New LA Home

Feel-Good Budget Friendly Decor Tips For Your New LA Home The way your home is decorated impacts your mood, according to Psychology Tomorrow Magazine. But if you’ve just invested in a property in Los Angeles, you’re likely to be short of cash, as median house prices have risen to $805,000. This doesn’t mean you have to live in […]

How to Renovate Tenant-Occupied Properties

How to Renovate Tenant-Occupied Properties

How to Renovate Tenant-Occupied Properties Renovating your investment property is a great way to boost its value and make the space look better. But what if you have a tenant living in the apartment you want to renovate? Well, that certainly complicated things a little. Even though you own the property, the tenant who rents […]

Mistakes Experienced Landlords Often Make

Mistakes Experienced Landlords Often Make

Mistakes Experienced Landlords Often Make While it may sound easy to be a landlord (you just have to buy a home, renovate and put it up for rent, right?), managing a property takes the mindset of a business person. You can become an overnight success, or you may flop hard even before your ship leaves […]

The Challenges of Selling a House in Northern versus Southern California

The Challenges of Selling a House in Northern versus Southern California The real estate market continues to soar in California. It feels like a train that will never stop. Although it’s common to see real estate price tags in CA with multiple commas and zeros, selling a house still comes with its set of challenges. […]

Landlord's Guide to Security Deposit Refunds

Landlord’s Guide to Security Deposit Refunds

Landlord’s Guide to Security Deposit Refunds The end of a tenancy can raise a series of controversies for both tenants and landlords. Namely, this is about the security deposit refund and several situations in which both parties can find themselves unsure of how to proceed. The security deposit process works differently in each state. In […]

Tips to Make Your Rental Unit Senior Friendly

Tips to Make Your Rental Unit Senior Friendly

Tips to Make Your Rental Unit Senior Friendly Baby boomers are the fastest-growing population amongst renters. While the oldest amongst the lot are in their seventies, several of these individuals plan on aging while staying put. That is why it is essential that your property can accommodate people of all ages, particularly seniors. There are […]