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Property Management-Granada Hills

 GRANADA HILLS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Tarzana Property Management Canoga Park Property Management Tarzana Property Management   Out of any 10 lease applications, how many contain lies, omissions or truth-stretching? Unfortunately, many will. That’s why landlords and property managers can’t assume every applicant fills out an application truthfully. If you’re lucky, the majority will be hard-working, honest… Read More →

Property Management-Granada Hills

 Granada Hills Property Management Chatsworth, Canoga Park, Winnetka and Tarzana Property Management Finding Responsible Tenants For Your Rental Property As a landlord, it is crucially important to line up good tenants. Good, responsible tenants ensure profitability. Tenants that take care of your property and pay rent on time make your job as a property manager… Read More →

Property Management-Canoga Park

 CANOGA PARK PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Chatsworth, Tarzana, Granada Hills and Winnetka   Always Write Down Why When You Have Rejected an Applicant When you reject an applicant, note the reasons for your decision. Put them on the back of the rental application. Then file it and other appropriate documentation. Don’t throw any of this information away.… Read More →

Property Management-Granada Hills

GRANADA HILLS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Tarzana, Chatsworth, Winnetka and Canoga Park     Screening Prospective Tenants Choosing a tenant to fill a rental vacancy is a critical decision for any landlord. Those landlords that “choose well” often sleep better at night than those landlords who are forced to “choose often” because the first tenant did not… Read More →

Property Management-Chatsworth

CHATSWORTH PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CANOGA PARK, TARZANA, GRANADA HILLS WINNETKA    Avoiding Discrimination Complaints   Just as when advertising your apartment or discussing it over the phone, you must avoid overt and implied discrimination when showing the apartment. Never mention sex, race, color, national origin, religion, disabilities, age, or sexual orientation. And don’t ask about the… Read More →