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!
Buying real estate in Danville, California (or anywhere, for that matter) can be challenging and all-consuming. It’s easy to get lost in the details, and working with experienced professionals will help you manage the process without losing your mind.
When you’re looking for a professional Lamorinda property management company, it’s important to choose property managers who understand and meet your needs. A full-service management company should handle everything from leasing to management to maintenance and accounting.
When you’re ready to move out of your Lamorinda property, you’ll need to decide whether you want to sell the home and move on completely or hang onto the asset and rent it out instead. We work with homeowners who are downsizing, looking for a larger home to accommodate growing families, and relocating out of the area for work or other reasons. We know that sometimes, it can be difficult to decide what to do with your property.
Inspecting your rental property gives you the opportunity to document its condition, identify repair needs, and ensure your tenants are meeting the requirements and responsibilities listed in the lease agreement. You’ll want to inspect the property before a tenant moves in, after a tenant moves out, and at least once during the leasing period.
Selling your Danville home can be an exciting but overwhelming time. You want to attract serious buyers who are ready to make an offer, and you want to get your property sold quickly. The longer it’s on the market, the more money you’ll lose waiting for it to sell.