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Property Management-Tarzana

 Tarzana Property Management Winnetka Property Management Chatsworth and Canoga Park Property Management   Move In/Move Out Inspections The Move In and Move Out inspections are exactly what the names imply: an inspection performed either before the tenant takes possession & moves in, or after the tenant moves out & surrenders possession to the property manager. The… Read More →

Property Management-Tarzana

 Tarzana Property Management Winnetka Property Management Chatsworth And Canoga Park Property Management   Will A Professional Property Management Company Help Weed Out Bad Tenants? Typically bad tenants will target owner-managed rentals because they know it will be harder to get bad credit or eviction issues past an experienced management company. They know that when a property… Read More →

Property Management-Canoga Park

 Canoga Park Property Management Chatsworth and Winnetka Property Management Tarzana Property Management Q. As a landlord, how do we “stop” an already issued “Three-Day Notice” to pay rent or vacate?  EX: Tenant pays the rent within 3-day notice? A.  By payment of the rent from the tenant to landlord within the 3-day period, the notice… Read More →

Property Management-Tarzana

 Tarzana Property Management Canoga Park, Chatsworth Property Management Winnetka Property Management       Tenant screening is important. Every landlord, needs to understand the critical nature of tenant screening. If you are new to  income property ownership, take the time to learn how to practice proper tenant screening. Ultimately, tenant screening may well determine the… Read More →

Property Management-Canoga Park

   Canoga Park Property Management  Chatsworth, Tarzana Winnetka Unpaid Rent and Tenants with Leases Tenants who leave before the expiration of a fixed-term lease (whether or not they notify the landlord that they’re leaving) and refuse to pay the remainder of the rent due under the lease are said to have “broken the lease.” This… Read More →