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When to Start Looking for a Tenant
Hi rental property owners. When should you put your rental property on the market and begin looking for a tenant? In this article I break down the answer into 3 points that affect when to start marketing the rental. The condition of the property. Should you put your property up for rent while you’re still…Read More
DIY: How to Get Rid of Black Mold
Removing black mold from your home can sound like a daunting task. Just the term “black mold” sounds scary enough. If you’re willing to buy the proper safety equipment and can stomach scrubbing and removing mold damage for up to a few weeks, you can save hundreds and possible thousands of dollars. Deciding when to…Read More
Tips on Selling a home with tenants.
Tips on Selling a home with tenants. Selling a home can sometimes be stressful. To sell a house with tenants is even more challenging. If your home is currently occupied with renters and you now plan to sell, the process is not always an easy task. In fact, many real estate agents recommend waiting until…Read More
Does the Law Require a Homeowner to Rent to a Registered Sex Offender?
New Neighbor Causes Chaos in Local Community…Does the Law Require a Homeowner to Rent to a Registered Sex Offender? There are more laws restricting sex offenders than any other type of criminal, even murderers. All sex offenders are required by federal law to register their permanent address to anational database. State and local laws restrict where…Read More
Owning Rental Property Out of State: An Owners’ Story
Owning Rental Property Out of State: An Owners’ Story Owning rental property out of state can be a major headache, especially if you are a DIY (do-it-yourself) landlord. What do you do when you live in one state and have one ormultiple properties in other areas? What if you are military and relocate multiple times?…Read More
High Rents and Low Income are Driving Roommates Together
High Rents and Low Income are Driving Roommates Together February 15, 2015 by Chanda Gunter The Census Bureau recently reported that the home ownership rate in the United States is at a 20 year low, dropping to 64% at the end of last year. This was 1.2 percentage points lower than at the end of…Read More
How to Sell a House Occupied with Tenants: 5 Smart Tips to Do it Right
How to Sell a House Occupied with Tenants: 5 Smart Tips to Do it Right By Chanda Gunter Selling a home can sometimes be stressful. To sell a house with tenants is even more challenging. If your home is currently occupied with renters and you now plan to sell, the process is not always an…Read More
Why this room is becoming more important
Real Property Management Coast in Orange County is happy to bring you this article by Amy Hoak from Marketwatch.com. At Real Property Management, we stay on top of market and real estate trends. Here is why we think the home office is an important asset. Why this room is now a must-have home feature Amy…Read More
To Remodel your home, or not to?
By: Daniel Goldstein, Published: Market Watch Feb 10th, 2015 To Remodel your home, or not to? Here at Real Property Management Coast in Orange County, we can help you with your remodels. But when is a remodel a good idea. Here is an article by Daniel Goldstein : When it Pays to remodel your home…Read More
Inaccurate Zillow ‘Zestimates’ a source of conflict over home prices
Great article on Zillow’s ‘Zestimates’ and how they differ from actual home values. http://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/la-fi-harney-20150208-story.htmlRead More