Archive for March, 2014

A look at Southern CA housing demands

Posted: 28th March 2014 by Melissa in Rent Sense

Please remember that this is a broad brush representation of what is happening in the San Diego Region. Though this information is useful to understand trends it can be misleading to a specific rental example, type of property or individual neighborhood. FBS operates independent rental properties within 69 local zip codes. In addition, they have […]

San Diego East County Property Management 92019, 92020, 92021, 92022 and 92090 -El Cajon, Fletcher Hills, Bostonia, Crest, Granite Hills, Lake Jennings, Harbison Canyon, Singing Hills, Dehesa, Jamacha Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) is the San Diego property management company of choice for residential properties, rental homes, condos, townhomes and apartments for rent in El […]

Rent Sense in Apartment Magazine- March 2014

Posted: 10th March 2014 by Melissa in Rent Sense

“Rent Sense is a syndicated column enjoyed by independent rental owners, serious real estate investors, industry professionals and informed renters throughout California. Don’t miss what Neil Fjellestad and Chris DeMarco have to say about the brighter future they envision for property managers.”

How Cool! Check out our newest employees- Spotlight in the IREM San Diego’s March/April 2014 Newsletter

KTS Legal Questions- March 2014

Posted: 5th March 2014 by Melissa in Legal Questions
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 Question:  Are e-mail communications between tenant and landlord admissible in court? Answer:  Yes, e-mails can be allowed into evidence, but cannot be used to serve notices. 2.   Question:  I want to serve a three-day notice to pay rent or quit to a tenant who is very late on his rent. The rental amount listed on […]

Top Performer in 2013

Posted: 3rd March 2014 by Melissa in Uncategorized

San Diego’s apartment market has historically been reliably steady, but rarely a top performer in terms of rent growth. But in 2013, rent growth in San Diego topped the levels seen for the U.S. overall and for most other Southern California markets.