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Property Management – Woodland Hills – Skills

 Skills for Effective Property Management The term “multi-tasking” may have been coined to describe property managers: their line of work requires its practitioners to know a little something about nearly everything, to have an impeccable demeanor, lightning-quick problem solving skills, and of course the patience of a saint. How then, are these people identified, hired… Read More →

Property Management – Van Nuys – What to Look For

 What to Look for in a Residential Property Management Company Renting out residential investment property is a great way to make some extra income, but managing it yourself can really be a lot of work. That is why so many people with investment properties decide to work with a residential property management company. Not all… Read More →

Property Management – Granada Hills – Licensing

 Licensing California requires property managers to have or work under someone who holds a real estate broker’s license. The only exception to this law is for property owners who manage their own buildings. The state Bureau of Real Estate (BRE) requires broker-applicants to document experience and/or educational training in the field and to pass a state… Read More →

Property Management – Canoga Park – Things to Know

 4 Key Things Property Managers Need to Know (But Might Not!) 1. Security Deposits Security deposit limits are legislated by the state, and can vary widely. For instance, states such as Illinois and Georgia impose no limit to the amount of security deposit a landlord can require a potential tenant to pay. Other states, such… Read More →

Property Management – Woodland Hills – Developers

Developers Trying New Tactics Many Into Property Management And Development For Fee Real estate developers are looking at new ways to generate such as property management and development for a fee, and are offering deep discounts to survive the building slump as it slides into 1991. Yet most remain optimistic on the long-term outlook for… Read More →