Linda

July 12, 2019
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For Sale in Point Loma

Don’t miss this light and bright Plan II in the highly desired community of Sea Colony. Entertaining deck off the living area and private balcony off the master bedroom. The living room has beautiful laminate flooring and custom built-ins.The bedrooms have large closets with organizers and ceiling fans. The home has also been upgraded by the quieter home program central forced A/C and heat. One car garage with ample storage. […]
May 31, 2019
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Condo for sale in Escondido

FHA/VA Approved! Sought after first floor with Large private patio off Family Room. Laundry Hookups and separate Storage Closet in Patio Area. Kitchen with granite counters overlooking the Large Family Room with Beautiful Stone Fireplace. Tile floors in Kitchen, Family Room, Baths. Scrapped Ceiling in Family Room. Light and Bright. Walking Distance to Shopping, Bus, Food, Bank, Palomar College, etc… Central air and heat. Close to 2nd Pool in Back. […]
March 9, 2016

New information on homeowner rights during a short sale

If you are considering a short sale of your home (or have completed a short sale), there is a recent California Supreme Court opinion that you should review. The gist is that a bank can’t collect a deficiency judgment when it agrees to a short sale in lieu of foreclosure. Banks can’t agree to a short sale to a third party, then seek the difference of the balance of the loan […]
March 1, 2016
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Bed Bugs and the Law in California

Bed bugs are a fact of life.  And California property managers should know what their obligations are in terms of keeping their properties safe from these pests. The law requires landlords to provide a clean premise, free of vermin.  Read the specifics of the law here. A property manager should also have a clear action plan in place to deal with bed bug issues.  Here are some guidelines to create […]
February 9, 2016

Should you run criminal background checks on potential tenants?

If you are a landlord or property manager, you are probably screening potential tenants with employment history and credit checks. But are you running criminal background checks?  If not, you may want to consider adding these screenings to your application procedures. Click here to read the complete article on PropertyManager.com. If you’re ready to start running criminal and sex offender background checks on applicants, here are a few pointers from […]
January 22, 2016
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What are San Diego’s renters looking for in their next apartment?

The National Multifamily Housing Council recently completed a report asking renters what amenities were most important to them.  A specific San  Diego report asked 1,810 renters that question.  So here is what they are looking for: 1.  Ability to use the internet to pay rent. 2.  Ability to use Internet tools for both rent payment and landlord communications. 3.  In-unit washer and dryer. 4.  Pet friendly homes. 5.  Walkable location. Read […]
January 11, 2016

7 resident retention ideas for the new year

Property managers are always looking for ways to retain both residents and good staff members.  Here are 7 tips and ideas from an article on PropertyManager.com  Many of these tips are simple and inexpensive, but the positive goodwill they create will go a long way.  Make a resolution to implement at least a few of these ideas in the next few months and see what your results are.   The […]
December 4, 2015
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New things happening in Point Loma

Lots of new things are happening in Point Loma! #1: First up is the Fantasy on Ice skating rink that has been relocated from downtown San Diego to Liberty Station.  The skating rink benefits Rady Children’s Hospital, and a skate here is a great way to help a cause and have a great time. More details can be found here. When: November 19, 2015 – January 3, 2016 Cost: Adult-$14, Child-$12, […]
November 17, 2015

Are you prepared for El Nino?

As a property manager or home owner, you should be prepared for El Nino. Forecasters are predicting one of the strongest El Nino’s in recent years, and Southern California is one of the main regions that will feel the impact. The article below is geared towards property managers, but home owners should also be prepared for the season ahead. The information below is from www.PropertyManager.com and the complete article can […]
November 4, 2015

Tax advantages of being a homeowner

As we start to close in on the end of another year, it’s important to think about your taxes and what you need to do before 2015 is over. One way to reduce taxes is to take advantage of tax benefits you may get as a homeowner.  We recently read a good article on HomeLogic.com that noted the main deductions available to most homeowners: 1.  The interest they pay on […]