Property Management Blog
Learn more about property management and real estate investing on our informative and educational blog series, which features videos and articles.
Property Management Education
We are always expanding our knowledge base and areas of expertise. We want to help landlords and homeowners learn more, too, so follow our educational blog for property management tips and advice. You’ll learn how to identify a great property, where to find rental data to help you price your home, how to screen tenants, what a marketing strategy looks like, and ways to keep repairs affordable.
Our topics are chosen based on the questions that we’re most frequently asked by property owners like you. So, don’t hesitate to contact us with your own question. We might just turn it into our next blog!
Eviction 101: A Guide on How to Evict an Alamo Tenant Evictions can be expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating. They’re also necessary sometimes. The most common reason to evict a tenant in California is for nonpayment of rent. If you have not received your...read more
Preventative Maintenance Tips for Your Danville Rental Property Taking care of routine and emergency maintenance is pretty natural for landlords. When a tenant calls with a repair need, you know you have to respond in order to maintain a habitable home and protect the...read more
5 Benefits of Investing in Alamo Single-Family Homes Investing in real estate comes with a number of benefits, but it also has its share of risks and potential liabilities. If you’re thinking about buying your first investment property, make sure you educate yourself...read more
Is Your Tenant Not Paying Rent? - A Guide to Collecting Rent in Alamo It’s hard to make any money on your rental property investment if your tenants aren’t paying rent on time. When you have tenants who are falling behind on rent, it’s important to act quickly and...read more
Is it Time to Change Property Management Companies? - Alamo Property Management Finding a good property management company is important to a successful investment experience. If you’re not happy with your current management company, it might be a matter of...read more