Posts Tagged ‘Rent’

Rent Sense: Long-Term Investors in Real Estate Should Benefit from Current Tax Reform Proposals Neil Fjellestad and Chris DeMarco Special acknowledgement to an article authored by Thomas Faust Jr. Chairman and CEO, Eaton Vance Generations of Americans (many through 401-k contributions) have wisely invested their savings in the stock market to build assets for retirement […]

Rent Sense: San Diego Goes Platinum

Posted: 16th October 2015 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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“Rent Sense” is a syndicated column respected and enjoyed throughout California by independent rental owners, serious real estate investors, industry professionals and savvy renters of choice since 2007. “Rental ownership is absolutely the investment of choice for individuals that have the stamina and the sense to buy and hold. Long-term rental ownership requires professional management […]

Rents to jump over next five years By Jonathan Horn   Over the next five years, rents in San Diego County are expected to rise almost twice as fast as they did in the preceding decade, according to projections by CBRE. From 2004 to 2014, the average rent in San Diego County rose from $1,242 […]

Long-term profit vs. short-term profit Brena Swanson August 15, 2014 Homeowners are faced with two options when choosing to move up the property ladder: sell the old home or rent it out. According to a new report from Zillow, homeowners might want to think twice before selling if they live in these 10 cities “When […]

KTS Legal Questions July 2014

Posted: 8th July 2014 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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Kimball,Tirey&St.JohnLLP Landlord/Tenant Questions & Answers Ted Kimball, Esq. July, 2014   Question: Can I accept rent after serving a notice for an issue other than payment.  For example: an unauthorized occupant notice. You should always check with a knowledgeable attorney to determine whether you should accept rent or not if the notice served was for […]

10 reasons it’s better to be a renter

Posted: 3rd June 2014 by Melissa in Uncategorized
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For decades, it was drilled into the heads of many Americans that renting makes you a second-class citizen. You only rent temporarily until you can move up in the world and achieve the American dream by purchasing a home – but those days may be behind us. About three in five adults believe renters can […]

Apartment Magazine

Posted: 4th February 2014 by Melissa in Rent Sense
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Did you know? Rent Sense is available to you in several ways. You can find it in the Union Tribune, Local Newspapers such as the Mission Times Courier, Mission Valley News, through social media such as our blog and Facebook. You can also find it in industry publications such as Apartment Magazine. Apartment Management Magazines […]

Jan 2014- Legal Questions

Posted: 23rd January 2014 by Melissa in Legal Questions
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Kimball,Tirey&St.JohnLLP Landlord/Tenant Questions & Answers Ted Kimball, Esq. January, 2014 1. Question: If we serve a three-day notice and the tenant decides to move out, is the tenant responsible to pay the monthly rent until the apartment is leased? Answer: The tenant is still liable for the rent until the lease expires or the apartment […]

Best Practices for Independent Rental Owners- Part 2 By Lucinda Lilley, CPM®, GRI® FBS Property Management We have asked Lucinda Lilley, CPM to present a series of articles “Best Practices for Independent Rental Owners”. Lucinda is a Certified Property Manager (CPM) and a Graduate of the Realtor Institute (GRI). Her 25-year distinguished property management career […]

Rent Sense: Best Practices for Independent Rental Owners 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 […]