San Diego Property Management & Real Estate

Common Landlord Mistakes & How to Avoid Them in San Diego

Common Landlord Mistakes & How to Avoid Them in San Diego

It’s easy to make mistakes as a San Diego landlord, and even experienced rental property owners find themselves making expected errors and reeling from bad decisions.

Most people make a mistake and move on. The problem, of course, is that these mistakes can usually be expensive.

Why Landlords Are Investing in San Diego Real Estate

Why Landlords Are Investing in San Diego Real Estate

As local San Diego property managers, we have seen a lot of trends in the sales and the rental markets. The real estate market is always changing, and with everything that’s going on right now, it’s hard to say where we’ll be as buyers, sellers, investors, and owners at the end of the year. Anyone who owns San Diego real estate is probably feeling pretty comfortable because this is a stable market that has weathered recessions and downturns before. 

Explaining the California Rent Control Law | San Diego Landlord Advice

Explaining the California Rent Control Law | San Diego Landlord Advice

A new statewide rent control law went into effect for California in 2020, and it’s called the Tenant Protection Act or AB1482. There’s more involved than just rent control, and if you’re feeling overwhelmed and confused about what this new law means for you and your rental properties in San Diego – you’re not alone. As we implement and execute these new regulations, there are bound to be questions that can only be decided in court.

Multi Family vs. Single Family Investing in San Diego: Which is Best For You?

Multi Family vs. Single Family Investing in San Diego: Which is Best For You?

Investing in San Diego is a great idea, and there are plenty of opportunities in the residential real estate market. You’ll find there are single-family homes in established neighborhoods as well as newer, HOA neighborhoods, and multi-family buildings that have two, five, or even more than 100 units. Deciding which type of investment is best for you depends on several factors.