Category Archives: Property Management

Move-Out Apartment Walk-Through Inspection

By Erin Eberlin Landlords & Property Investments Expert   One of the biggest conflicts that can develop between a landlord and a tenant is the return of the tenant’s security deposit. Deductions are often made from a tenant’s security deposit … Continue reading

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Failure to Inspect or Repair = Trouble

I once lived in a house in downtown San Jose that was next to an abandoned “historic” house. The house was only abandoned because it was “historic.” The city had an ordinance that prevented the owner from demolishing the building … Continue reading

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California Landlord-Tenant: Tenant Move-Out Process

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Posted by Richardson Griswold, December 30, 2010 The past few unlawful detainer articles posted have addressed landlords’efforts in removing tenants from a property, but what happens when a tenant wants to move out on his or her own accord? The … Continue reading

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Rental Advice: Ending Your Lease and Moving Out

By Sarah Guy As a former property management professional, I’ve gone over countless lease agreements, and I couldn’t tell you how many times, in the midst of all the paperwork, I’ve heard the crack, “I feel like I’m signing my … Continue reading

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Set Ground Rules Early with Owners and Tenants

Ground rules for a successful property management business. May 18th, 2011 By Ben Holubecki, STML Realty Group, Glen Ellyn, IL I’ve always had a lot of respect for professionals who truly learn from their mistakes.  Many of the top companies and … Continue reading

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