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Friday, November 25, 2022

The Importance of Addressing Property Maintenance Issues When They Arise
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Addressing property maintenance issues as soon as they arise will accomplish a number of things for you as a rental property owner. First, you’ll cut down on emergency repairs. Unless you enjoy being interrupted by tenants who call to report floods, fires, sewer backups, and other catastrophes, you want to keep those emergencie...

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Why a Property Manager and an Interior Designer Should Handle Your Renovations
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Time to turn your house into a home. You know exactly how you want it, so why shouldn't you handle it DIY style and manage everything yourself? We want to save you from overspending on your renovations and making some common mistakes. Here's why you should let a property manager and interior designer handle your renovations.ScaleW...

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Tips for Getting Your Rental Property Ready for Spring
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As spring approaches, the San Diego housing market begins to perk up as individuals start looking for new places to rent, and demand continues to rise. This is a terrific time for landlords to take advantage of the transition from winter to spring and get ahead on both administrative and seasonal property upkeep!In this piece, North Count...

Friday, December 17, 2021

5 Items to Replace Before Renting Out Your Home
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Are you thinking of renting out your home? If you are, it can be a great way to build wealth and diversify your investment portfolio! Before you do, however, you must first make sure your home is ready to rent. When preparing for this, one of the key elements is the replacement of certain items in your home. Overlooking important rep...

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Tips for an Easy Property Turnover Once Your Tenant Moves Out
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As every landlord knows, a vacant rental unit is the last thing you want to have. It’s hard to find a situation more dreaded than a prolonged investment property vacancy. Without cash flow from the rent, these vacancies can quickly amount to steep costs for property owners, such as mortgage payments or maintenance fees that bui...

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Should You Allow Pets In Your Rental Property?
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America is a nation of pet lovers. As a matter of fact, 72% of renters, according to the Humane Society of the United States, have pets. Pet owners see their pets as part of the family. Among other things, pets provide love, company, and emotional support. As such, it isn’t surprising that tenants with pets will exclusively loo...

Monday, May 17, 2021

How Much to Budget for Maintenance on a Rental Home
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How much should a landlord expect to spend keeping their home maintained? It's a common question and there are some rules of thumb and considerations that owners of rental properties can keep in mind when setting aside reserves to handle unexpected repairs.As a property owner, it can be impossible to predict what maintenance your...

Monday, May 17, 2021

Spring Maintenance Tips in San Diego
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Historically, the term “spring cleaning” is linked to Persian New Year. It falls on the first day of spring ,and part of the preparation to celebrate the event is to thoroughly clean the home. This annual heavy duty cleaning of one’s house is widely practiced by different cultures, especially in countries with cold ...

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Do You Need a Full Replacement or Just Maintenance of Your Rental Property Roof?
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As a landlord, your tenants may experience roof issues that require you to decide whether to replace the entire roof or make minor repairs. Both options have their pros and cons depending on the severity, time of year, and location of your home, as Resilient Roofing explains.Knowing which option is best for you can save you money dow...

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Fall Home Maintenance Guide in San Diego
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As the leaves begin to change and we move into the fall, it’s time to prepare your home for winter (yes, even in San Diego!). A little maintenance and extra care this season will help preserve the integrity of your home and make you say “thanks!” to yourself come the spring clean-up season. After all, your home is the bi...

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