Renovating a rental property may seem like an unnecessary expense. After all, you’re not living in the property yourself, so why invest in upgrades and updates?
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.
California law is pretty clear when it comes to returning a tenant’s security deposit. When you have someone moving out of your San Diego rental property, you’ll need to take a few important steps to ensure you’re compliant with the law.
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