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Why is North San Diego Property Management Your Real Estate Investment Solution?

 

Real Estate Investment Solution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At North San Diego Property Management, we manage multifamily and commercial properties in the North County area, including Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, San Marcos, and Solano Beach. We are property investors too, so we understand that merely managing the operations of the property is only part of what owners need. We consider asset management, risk management, market knowledge and systems for scaling to be far more critical in our owners long term success. Today, we review what we think our roles as property managers should be and what we felt the market was lacking when we started NSDPM. (more…)

How Much are Property Management Fees in the Carlsbad Area?

Property Management Fees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At North San Diego Property Management, we manage multifamily and commercial properties in the North County area, including in Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, San Marcos, and Solano Beach. We understand that property management fees are important to landlords and investors who are shopping for professional management services. Today, we’re talking about what you can expect to pay, and why it’s so important to measure the value of the services you’re receiving against the price you’re paying. (more…)

Top Questions Military Families Should Ask Property Management Companies in Carlsbad, CA

 

Top Questions Military Families Should Ask Property Management Companies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Members of the military aren’t that different from other rental property owners. However, they do have some unique requirements and specific needs. At North San Diego Property Management, we manage multifamily, residential and commercial properties in the North County area, including in Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, San Marcos, and Solano Beach. Many of our clients are in the military, and today we’re sharing some of the questions that military families need to ask before hiring a property manager. (more…)

What is the Best Way to Find a Good Tenant for My Carlsbad Rental Property?

Finding the best tenant for your rental property requires the collection of data. It also requires a strategic interpretation of that data. At North San Diego Property Management, we manage multifamily and commercial properties in the North County area, including in Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, San Marcos, and Solana Beach. We know how to properly screen tenants, and today we’re sharing some tips on how to find and place a well-qualified renter in your investment property.

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How to Handle Utilities as a Landlord

utilitiesIf you were like me as a landlord starting out, you are buying older properties.  Probably multifamily rentals, if you can afford it.  Often older properties are not set up for multiple families, even though they are being used for that purpose.  There are single meters in a multifamily property.  Even large properties have single water meters.  You probably wonder how to handle utilities as a landlord.w4

Here is how to handle utilities as a landlord for your properties, multifamily or single family. (more…)

Common Tenant Issues and How to Handle Them

AIRAs a landlord, you want the best tenants for your properties: people who pay rent on time every month, won’t give your property a bad reputation in the surrounding community, and are clean and courteous neighbors. Being a good landlord means listening to your tenants’ complaints and concerns and responding to common tenant issues appropriately. At times, knowing the right way to respond to an issue can be tough. Read on for advice for some of the most common issues landlords face with tenants. (more…)

The Importance of Renters Insurance

Are you covered?Your renters pay good money to rent an apartment – so the thought of spending extra for renters insurance may be off-putting. Unfortunately, your property insurance probably doesn’t cover the belongings of your tenants. Find out why it’s worth encouraging your renters to enroll in renters insurance to protect their personal property. (more…)

Month-to-Month vs. Annual Lease: Which Protects Landlords?

for rent signWhen renting out property, many landlords want to lock in a new tenant as soon as possible, and they want to lock them in for as long as possible. It makes sense — until you begin to look at all of the commitments that you are making and how little of a commitment the tenant is making.

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How to Hold Rental Property

for rent signOne of the most asked questions I asked of me, or I see on other forums, is how to hold rental property.  Should it be an LLC, S-Corp, sole proprietorship, etc.  I cannot speak to all the benefits of each method, but I can speak to what I have done with my properties.  You may want to consult an expert (i.e. not me) to determine what is best for yourself.

Here is the way I hold rental property, and the reasons behind it. (more…)

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