The Market Shift

2013-02-12T10:45:28-07:00February 12th, 2013|Investing, Landlord, Market Changes, Rentals|

I know you have heard it all.  The real estate market has tanked and the world is ending.  It seems these days the media is in a feeding frenzy to let us know the economy is terrible and there is no hope in sight.  Speaking of our current rental market for single family residential properties, [...]

Legal Q&A

2012-12-28T14:02:38-07:00December 28th, 2012|Credit Reports, Investing, Landlord, Landlord Tenant Law, Legal Procedures, Rentals|

Question: If my tenant is repeatedly late with paying rent, can I report him to the credit bureaus? Answer: Unless you are an authorized subscriber to the credit bureaus, you cannot report individual delinquencies or a tenant’s lack of payment.  Because of the stringent federal reporting requirements and the associated fees, most landlords (whether small [...]


2019-03-05T23:44:15-07:00October 8th, 2012|Case Law, Investing, Legal Procedures, Strategy|

As our firm represents investors and landlords, we are regularly advising clients of the good and the bad in real estate.  We have given advice about the potential liabilities/deficiencies clients face when they lose their houses to foreclosure and, at the same time, we have advised clients about their rights when they are buying properties [...]

Miscellaneous items you may not have expected from investment properties

2019-03-05T23:44:15-07:00September 20th, 2012|Investing, Landlord, Landlord Tenant Law, Property Management, Property Manager, Rentals, Strategy|

Surprises in life appear in many forms. Traffic accidents, natural disasters or wedding anniversaries…. In many cases, one cannot anticipate or plan for things they are not expecting. The same holds true for property management. Based upon personal experience as well as the experience of others, here are a few surprises many of our investors/landlords [...]