Did you know that renters dish out around $485 billion in rent every year? Making money as a landlord is an attractive option, but accounting for those finances isn't as easy as it sounds.If you want to stay compliant as a property manager or investor, you need to do rental p...
Rental Property Management: 3 Things to Know About a 1031 Exchange
By Mike Barbanica Thursday, April 7, 2022
For rental property management professionals and real estate investors, the fact that 44.1 million American households are renters is great news. Many real estate investors buy properties with the intent of renting them out. While they might appreciate the opportunity to mak...
How To Find the Best Property Managers in the Bay Area
By Mike Barbanica Thursday, March 24, 2022
Owning rental properties is a fantastic way to create long-term success. Each rental property is not only an asset but also a source of monthly revenue.While it may take time to pay off your real estate investment, the rent should cover all of your costs and then some. Once the p...
Real estate investing can be one of the most lucrative moves of your professional life. There are countless reasons to invest in properties, whether you're going to flip them or rent them out. You can develop a passive stream of income or make huge, one-time profits.The quest...
How to Evict Someone in California: Your Essential Guide
By Mike Barbanica Thursday, March 10, 2022
Nothing is more difficult for a landlord than eviction. 724,000 California households are $2.5 billion behind in their rent payments. Many of these families are looking at eviction. But landlords can't just lock tenants out of their apartments. In order to respect the le...
Can a Tenant Have a Support Animal in My California Rental Property?
By Mike Barbanica Thursday, March 3, 2022
We can all agree that animals are dependable and are there for us when we need them. In fact, did you know that over 200,000 people live with an emotional support animal in the United States?As a landlord who owns California rental property, it's easy to feel overwhelmed...