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Type: Blog Article

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  • San Jose City Council Votes To Impose New Renter Protections

    The San Jose City Council has voted to impose new renter protections in the form of just cause evictions. Under the new rules, evictions are limited to grounds such as violations of the lease agreement, owner move-in, or conversion of an apartment building to condominiums. Prior to this, San Jose was the last rent-controlled city in the Bay Area to retain no fault evictions.

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 days ago

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  • 7 Reasons to Move to Seattle

    What if we told you there’s a place where the air is clean, the scenery will make you weep and hiring booms are happening in virtually every sector? Yes, it’s real, and those are just three of the seven reasons to move to Seattle. 

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 days ago

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  • San Francisco Bay Area Rent Control Cheat Sheet

    While they all have the same basic goal, the nuances of the various rent control ordinances in California vary from city to city. With that in mind, this Bay Area rent control cheat sheet covers the highlights of each city’s ordinance on a county-by-county basis. Cities with regulations in place at the time of the development of this compilation are listed below. In other words, if you...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 days ago

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  • HUD Grants Available to Clean Up Lead-Based Paint Hazards

    If your property was constructed before 1978, odds are lead-based paint was used in its construction. While this doesn’t present a major concern as long as it’s in good shape, if it starts to peel, chip, chalk, or crack it will become a significant health hazard. Additionally, if you’re aware of lead-based paint in your building and don’t make its presence known to potential tenants yo...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Pros & Cons of Hiring A Tenant Screening Service

    As a property owner, you want to rent to reliable tenants with a strong sense of responsibility. Usually, the best way to find them is to interview applicants to see what kind of feel you get from them. This, in conjunction with studying their credit report, talking to past landlords and employers will usually give you a pretty good idea of what to expect. However, this can be a time-c...

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Type: Blog Article

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  • Signs a Tenant is Trying to Scam You

    If some people would put as much energy into finding honest work as they do into perpetrating scams, the world would be a much better place. Because of this, it is very difficult to understate the importance of thoroughly screening rental applicants. Yes, it’d be a lot easier if you could just look at people and tell where they’re coming from, but sadly, con artists come in many differ...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Great Ways to Get Involved in Seattle

    Volunteer opportunities abound in Seattle for those looking to make a difference in the community. Whether you favor animals, city government, parks and recreation or the judicial system, here are some great ways to get involved in Seattle. 

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Type: Blog Article

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  • How QuickBooks Can Be Used to Manage Real Estate Taxes and Finances

    Intuit’s QuickBooks, introduced in 1998, was patterned after a previously existing personal accounting software package called Quicken. However, where Quicken was designed specifically for household finances, QuickBooks targeted the accounting needs of small business. Warmly embraced by entrepreneurs with limited accounting experience, the software was upgraded in 2000 to accommodate r...

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  • Rent Control Update in Pacifica

    The latest in a series of Bay Area municipalities to consider tenant protections against excessive rent increases and certain types of evictions; rent control could temporarily become law in Pacifica on May 24th. The seaside community would join East Palo Alto as one of but two towns in San Mateo County with rent control ordinances. This follows resounding defeats of similar proposals ...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Fire Safety Tips For Apartment Buildings

    While any fire is a tragic occurrence, they can be even more so in a multi-unit residential building. With so many people living in close proximity to one another and limited escape routes, being prepared for a fire in an apartment building is smart, though often overlooked. With that said, these fire safety tips for apartment buildings might save your life one day.

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • San Francisco Evictions Down For First Time Since 2010

    With but 1,881 petitions by landlords for writs of possession in The City between March of 2016 and February of 2017, San Francisco evictions are down by 21 percent over the previous year, according to the San Francisco Rent Board’s annual eviction report. This marks the first time the number of evictions has decreased since the aftermath of the tech boom, which began gathering momentu...

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Type: Blog Article

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  • Block on Mountain View Rent Control Denied by Judge

    Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge William J. Elfving has denied an Injunction to block the implementation of rent control in Mountain View. The case was filed by a group led by the California Apartment Association in December 2016, after the citizens of Mountain View voted to approve the Measure V ballot initiative instituting rent control in the November elections. 

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • How Much Could $1,200/Month Get You For A Rental In Sacramento, CA?

    Living in Sacramento, California is adventurous, sunny, and fun! With nearly 53% of people who live in Sacramento being renters, it can be hard to know where to find the best deal for your next living space. With some searching and digging, we have found some affordable apartments and lofts packed with cool amenities and features. Even though it may seem that finding the right property...

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Type: Youtube Video

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • How Much is Too Much to Pay for a Rental Property

    Every good businessperson knows their profit is made when they buy rather than when they sell. As a real estate investor, the first thing you must have is a good idea of what the market in your chosen area will bear in terms of rent, so you can know whether you’re buying at a price at which you can make a profit. With that said, here’s how to know how much is too much to pay for a rent...

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Type: Blog Article

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  • How Landlords can Help Fight Homelessness Among Veterans

    In 2015, fully thirteen percent of homeless American adults had previously served in the military. Given military Veterans only make up seven percent of our population; this number was way out of proportion with the rest of society. To counter this, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in conjunction with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) developed the HUD-Veter...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • How to Find the Perfect Real Estate Investment

    When it comes to real estate acquisition, you either know a market really well yourself, or you need to get a referral for a reliable real estate agent who specializes in the area you want to invest. Finding a real estate agent mitigates risk because they become a real estate guide, of sorts. Ask the real estate agent questions about the marketplace. If they have answers that include k...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • Pros and Cons of Permitting Subletting

    One of the most costly aspects of property management is finding good tenants. Anything with the potential to help you maintain full occupancy is a good thing — right? Well it depends. While a useful tool for vacancy prevention, there are some definite pros and cons of permitting subletting.

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • What Landlords Need to Know About Sexual Harassment

    The Fair Housing Act provides protection against discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and/or familial status. Within those parameters, sexual harassment is considered a form of discrimination. Further, under the Fair Housing Act, if a landlord, or anyone in the landlord’s employ engages in any sort of discriminatory behavior, the landlord ca...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • 5 Ways to Help You Confidently Set Rents

    The rental housing business is very local and it takes time and effort to understand a local market and all the nuances that go with it.  Many variables can impact the rent you can charge for your rental unit including: location, building structure, amenities, age of unit, market conditions, etc.  The subjective and local nature of many of these variables make it difficult for anyone t...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Guide: Real Estate Secrets Every Investor Should Know

    They say there’s no secret to success in life or in Real Estate. But they're wrong. There are plenty of secrets. The problem is once you dig in they really aren’t as secretive as you might suspect. These mystical secrets aren’t so much secrets, as simple strategies or repeatable processes all mixed in with hard work, some planning and a dash of long term goals that ultimately lead some...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • What You Need to Know About Renting to Tenants with Disabilities

    The disabled constitute a protected class under the federal Fair Housing Act, which forbids discrimination against tenants or applicants because they, or a member of their family have a disability. Further, you are not allowed to ask about disabilities during the application process or the interview. As a result, in some cases you will only learn you’ve rented to a disabled person afte...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • How Much Could $2,500/Month Get You For A Rental In Oakland?

    Oakland, California is becoming one of the hottest rental locations of the Bay Area and for many reasons, with price being one appeal. While renting in the Bay Area is absurdly expensive compared to other parts of the nation, Oakland isn’t going to have you backed into a corner considering what you can sell on the black market to afford a roof. After a bit of looking around Oakland ren...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • A Guide to Ensuring Your Tenants' Privacy Rights

    While you maintain all rights of ownership when your property is being rented, there is one circumstance in which they are limited. Tenants have the right to live free from fear of unexpected visits by you or your agents, so you cannot enter at will. When it comes to confidentiality, there are some very definite rules you have to respect. Here’s a guide to ensuring your tenant’s privac...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Advantages of Being a Renter

    Conventional wisdom has it owning a home is always better than renting. Frequently cited benefits include the tax deductibility of mortgage interest as well as the equity growth homeowners experience as the property appreciates in value. Plus, people just seem to look at you differently when you say you own your home. However, there are a number of advantages of being a renter too.

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • How To Reduce Risk in a Real Estate Transaction

    Reducing risk in a real estate transaction involves using a proven checklist for the purchase of real estate and analysis of real estate value. Furthermore, it involves educating yourself on the fundamentals of real estate investing and real estate value analysis.

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • How Much Could $3,000 /Month Get You For A Rental In San Francisco?

    If you are going to be living in the San Francisco scene, you can’t get any more diverse in terms of cuisine, people, architecture, music, and of course, the arts. This eccentric city boasts $4.00 pieces of toast and $4,000 1-bedroom apartments as part of their appeal. However, with a bit of searching we have found some great rentals available for less than $3k, including those that ke...

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