What You Need to Know About Squatter’s Rights

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Squatter’s rights have become a popular topic over the past few years, especially with the founding of organized rehousing groups like Take Back the Land. Squatters are defined as any person who chooses to live in a property or piece of land that they don’t have a legal right to occupy. Not surprisingly, many property… Read more »

New Laws Every California Landlord or Property Managers Need to Know

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California legislators have been busy during the first half of 2019! There have been a number of new bills, acts, and ordinances that have either been passed or are currently pending, many of which have implications for landlords and property managers. Even if you don’t have rental properties in California, it’s important to keep updated… Read more »

Catch Up on the Latest HUD Guidelines for Screening Tenants

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As a landlord, screening is one of the most important things you can do to reduce the chances of ending up with a problematic tenant. Tenant screening is relatively straightforward, however, it’s essential to make sure that you’re staying compliant with the guidelines laid out by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) when… Read more »

Rising Housing Costs: How Does This Affect Landlords?

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Whether you’re an independent landlord or a property manager, it’s essential to stay on top of the current housing market trends. Whether you’re planning to acquire a new property, wish to sell a property, or are doing competitive research on similar units in the area, having a handle on the market will allow you to… Read more »