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What to do When Your California Tenants Pay Rent Late

  What to do when your California tenants pay rent late? Or, nonpayment of rent?   California Rental Agreement   First, look at your written rental agreement. It should contain the following terms: The rent; When rent due (should also explain when rent...

What is “Rent Control” in California?

  Investors living outside the state often ask: What is "Rent Control" in California? Due to recent legislation signed by Governor Gavin Newsom on October 8, 2019, affecting rent control laws in California let’s explore this new law first.   California Rent...

Landlord Right of Entry in California

  Landlord right of entry in California laws protects tenants’ privacy. As the landlord, do you possess the right to enter your tenant’s home whenever you want? A simple answer is “No”. Tenants possess legal rights to privacy under California laws. In fact,...

How to Successfully Manage Your Rental Property

  How to successfully manage your rental property involves 9 steps. Managing your real estate rentals directly requires lots of work. But, reaps great rewards. Follow these 9 steps to successfully manage your rental property yourself.     1. How to Buy and...

California Security Deposits | Everything You Need to Know

  Everything you need to know about California security deposits explained here. Leasing a house or an apartment involves signing a lease agreement (contract) filled with confusing legal jargon. Thankfully, websites exist to help you understand the “renter’s...

How to Onboard a New Tenant for Your Rental Property

  Landlords ask: How to "onboard" a new tenant for my rental property. Here’s the answer. The term “onboard” in the real estate rental industry means maintaining a clear process to get new tenants signed up. It quickly establishes a working relationship between a...

How to Evict a Problem Tenant in California

  How to evict a problem tenant in California requires many careful steps. It’s not easy to evict a problem tenant in California. Plus, you must never forcibly remove a tenant from your rental property or cut off the utilities. You must go through the California...