Posts Tagged ‘Owner’

Rent Sense: Pet-Friendly Requires Ownership

Posted: 18th October 2013 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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Rent Sense: Pet-Friendly Requires Ownership By Neil Fjellestad & Chris De Marco FBS Property Management Q. I have an apartment community that is “pet friendly”. My problem is this. The pet owners on the 2nd floor are letting their dog urinate and defecate on the balcony. It falls on the neighbor’s patio below. What is […]

Rent Sense: Use Rental Ownership to Retire  By: Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco  FBS Property Management Rental ownership has a long history of satisfying the primary investment priorities of personal financial independence: safety of capital, inflation hedge and tax-favored income. Traditionally, if the detailed financial statements of the wealthy are available for review it […]

Rent Sense: SDCAA Tribute

Posted: 1st February 2013 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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Rent Sense: SDCAA Tribute By Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco FBS Property Management Rental Ownership is essential to the financial strategies of independent and institutional investors providing reliable income streams to supplement retirement and build wealth to offset the threat of capital contraction due to inflation, length of life or unexpected costs. Rental ownership […]

Rent Sense: Best Practices are Required

Posted: 16th November 2012 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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Rent Sense: Best Practices are Required By Neil Fjellestad & Chris De Marco FBS Property Management A “best practice” is a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved with other means, and that is used as a benchmark to measure performance. Often the term is used to describe the process […]

Rent Sense: Where your home matters

Posted: 10th August 2012 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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By Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco FBS Property Management Often rental owners are not as informed as they need to be in order to understand what defines appropriate behavior as landlords. Usually their property was their home before it was their rental and they have emotional attachment. There is a feeling of entitlement that […]

Rent Sense: Rental Ownership is a Unique Business By Neil Fjellestad & Chris De Marco FBS Property Management We have built a healthy San Diego business out of advising independent real estate investors, acquiring and managing rental properties for clients while providing superior housing alternatives for qualified renters. Our business of four decades provides us […]

Ms Management May 2012

Posted: 23rd May 2012 by Melissa in Ms. Management
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Ms. Management Q and A by Carol Levey Q. I’m a manager at a property that has experienced a higher than budgeted vacancy. There’s a lot of pressure from the owner to lease, lease, lease now that traffic has picked up. The owner’s impression is that too much non-productive effort has been spent on qualifying […]

Rent Sense: What Renters Want

Posted: 18th May 2012 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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Rent Sense: What Renters Want By Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco FBS Property Management We can’t tell you how often a rental owner comes to us with a vacancy problem and wants to tell us what the rent will be and/or their specifications for a qualified renter at that rate. Perhaps in no other […]

Rent Sense: Mistakes can void rental ownership benefits By Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco FBS Property Management There are fundamental investment mistakes made by rental owners that can unravel the potential return and negate the inherent safety of the investment. These mistakes are compounded by poor property management. This combination generally translates into a […]

Rent Sense: Responsible Rental Property Ownership Requires a Pro-Active Approach By Neil Fjellestad and Chris DeMarco FBS Property Management Owners that manage their own rentals are certainly concerned about protecting their property value, increasing their equity and preserving cash flow. Unfortunately, Owners are often unaware or unable to establish and follow professional management routines required […]