What a few weeks it has been. In a very short span, we went from a minor health inconvenience to a worldwide pandemic. Italy is attempting to isolate 16 million citizens, and our own government is advising anyone at “risk” (older people and anyone with compromised health) to stay indoors and avoid contact with others. Russia is trying to use the slump to drive out oil shale producers (United States and Canada) and oil prices suffered their biggest one day drop since 1991 after the invasion of Kuwait. Continue Reading
Several California rental laws are currently in effect this year, and there are also some industry trends that we believe will impact the California rental market over the next few years. We’re talking about these things today in an effort to keep you educated and informed about your responsibilities as an investment property owner. Continue Reading
At Progressive Property Management, we provide full-service management in Orange, California to landlords and investors with rental homes in the area.
Today, we are talking about a subject that is on the minds of every property owner in California. That subject is the upcoming renter’s state. We know you have questions and we know there will be some implications for your rental property, and we want to know that we’re happy to be a resource for you as new laws and regulations go into effect.
Over 80 percent of the clients at Progressive Property Management came to us after managing on their own for a while. We call them SMIPOS – Self Managing Investment Property Owners.
The real estate market is doing very well right now, particularly the Orange County rental market. This means the tenant pool is highly qualified, but it’s still easy to be stuck with a bad tenant.
New landlords are often unsure about what they are supposed to do or permitted to do when their tenants break the lease. Today we’ll tell you what we do at Progressive Property Management in order to protect your property and your financial interests.
When it comes to an eviction, there are ways to save time and money. Eviction is often a last resort for most landlords. However, if you find yourself in a situation where you have no other choice, remember these three important things.