How To Invest In Rental Apartments For Your Retirement Real estate investments have always been considered as one of the top tier wealth-building tools, right along high-yield savings accounts and gold. Not only is it safer than stocks, but real estate properties also tend to appreciate in value at an average of 2% month over month and […]
7 Ways to Pet-Proof Your Rental Property If you decide to rent your apartment to people who own pets, then remember that you have to make some adjustments. Animals leave their traces everywhere they go and often damage the furniture if they get too carried away. That’s why we at Los Angeles Property Management Group […]
A Pet-Owner’s Guide to Downsizing Your Home If you’re thinking of moving to a smaller home, you aren’t alone. According to Market Watch, Americans are increasingly downsizing, preferring cheaper, more compact places over larger ones. While a smaller space has benefits, leaving a large home does present challenges. For instance, you’ll need to declutter first […]
How to Rend Your Residential Property to College Students Is your rental property situated near a city campus or a college? If so, you’re missing out a huge opportunity to rent to college students. Rental Properties and College Students Did you know that 44% of all college students prefer to live in complete privacy? This percentage accounts […]
No landlord fancies having to fill a vacancy in their rental units. Landlords everywhere know the stress that follows filling a vacancy. This sees some consider using a rental concession. Now, when the rental market is strong, rental concessions are not often used. So when are they used?
Rent control laws existed over the years, though they differ from one state to another. Additionally, different cities in the same state may have different rent control laws. As such, when buying property in a town, ensure you check up on the local rent control laws. The Purpose of Rent Control Laws