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Monday, January 18, 2021

Best Beaches in San Diego
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Whether you are looking to relocate to San Diego full time or looking for a beachfront vacation property, there are plenty of beach-filled areas in and around San Diego to choose from. With 70 miles of beautiful coastline, San Diego County is home to many beaches. This means there’s an almost endless array of beach communities ...

Monday, January 18, 2021

How to Rent My House Out
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Like many homeowners, you might be curious about the potential benefits of renting out your San Diego area property. Renting out your home can help you to build equity while someone else pays your mortgage. It can also help you to keep your home while traveling or embarking on other adventures. Renting your home can help you nav...

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Factors to Consider in a Real Estate Investment Analysis
Factors to Consider in a Real Estate Investment Analysis
Investing directly into real estate is done for a variety of purposes. Historically providing steady cashflow and modest price appreciation, a real estate investment is often used to create wealth accumulation or portfolio diversification purposes. But purchasing large assets like real estate can require extra planning and due diligence c...

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Pros and Cons of Rent Control in San Diego
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Rent control has seen an increase in popularity in many communities in California and across the country over the past few decades. Whenever there's a rent increase, tenants are priced out of their homes and neighborhoods. It’s easy to see why renters would be in favor of new rent control law.But how does a new rent control law ...

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Fall Home Maintenance Guide in San Diego
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As the leaves begin to change and we move into the fall, it’s time to prepare your home for winter (yes, even in San Diego!). A little maintenance and extra care this season will help preserve the integrity of your home and make you say “thanks!” to yourself come the spring clean-up season. After all, your home is the bi...

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Automation At Your Fingertips
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The following blog post is a time stamped, full transcript of Episode 49 of the Property Management Brainstorm show. The episode was recorded November 19, 2020 and published on the Property Management Brainstorm Podcast. The audio version of this podcast can be found at this link of the North County Property Group website, as Episode 49 -...

Friday, November 13, 2020

Getting Your Property Rent Ready
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As a landlord, it’s always your goal to have your rental units fully occupied with great tenants. You want to maximize your rental income while minimizing the time spent addressing petty concerns or minor issues.One of the first steps you need to take to ensure the success of your rental property is to get it looking attractive...

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Getting a Loan for Rental Property: The Requirements
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Are you looking to invest in a rental property in San Diego or the surrounding area? When applying for a mortgage for a rental property, there are some similarities to the process of applying for a loan for a primary residence. But on the whole, there are stricter qualification requirements to obtain financing for a non-owner-occupied pro...

Monday, November 2, 2020

Property Management Trust Accounts
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The following blog post is a time stamped, full transcript of Episode 48 of the Property Management Brainstorm show. The episode was recorded October 29, 2020 and published on the Property Management Brainstorm Podcast. The audio version of this podcast can be found at this link of the North County Property Group website, as Episode 48 -P...

Monday, November 2, 2020

What is Normal Wear and Tear
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“Normal wear and tear” can be controversial because of the different circumstances people are accustomed to living in. What may appear to be in perfect repair to one person may seem dingy to others.A crystal clear definition of “normal wear and tear” is important for landlords because of security deposits. If a ten...

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