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.
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.
As a landlord, you are required by law to avoid discrimination of any kind when you’re marketing a property, screening tenants, leasing a home, or enforcing the lease. Everything you do needs to be documented and consistent to ensure you don’t accidentally violate a fair housing law.
The San Diego fair housing requirements follow the federal and state laws. There are a few key things that you need to know.