Keeping tenants safe is a priority for the management team at San Diego Residential Property Management, and we’re sharing some tips for landlords who want to improve the safety and security at their rental property.
San Diego Residential Property Management coordination of routine property maintenance is provided by trusted vendors who are licensed and insured. There is never any “upcharge” on the management of day-to-day maintenance.
Owning real estate in San Diego can help you establish financial security and build some long-term wealth. Your investment will appreciate over time, and you’ll also collect monthly rent, which will contribute to the costs of maintaining a rental property. It’s a smart financial move.
There may have been a time where tenant screening was as easy as pulling a credit report and running a criminal background check. It’s no longer so simple. In fact, screening tenants in San Diego and throughout California has become complex. The potential for costly errors is high.
Eviction is always a last resort for owners and property managers who would prefer to avoid the lengthy and expensive process. However, when rent is not being paid or the lease is not being honored, you need to take decisive action and regain possession of your property.
If you’re not an experienced landlord and you don’t have the benefit of professional property management, understanding the process of returning a security deposit can often be difficult. You may not be sure about what you can and cannot deduct for. You might not understand the speed with which the money has to be returned. Itemizing the deductions can also become complicated, especially if the work isn’t completed yet.