Irresponsible renters who don’t take care of your property, can’t pay rent on time, and are unresponsive can make a landlord’s life more difficult than it has to be. Here are some red flags to look out for when choosing a potential tenant that may indicate problems down the road.
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The Judicial Council of California voted to end the eviction ban for those going through economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While many local governments will continue these protections for a bit longer, there is fear over what will happen without the statewide moratorium.
It can be hard to go through with selling your home given the anxiety surrounding the coronavirus. If you’re ready to take advantage of the current high demand but might be a bit worried about doing so safely, these tips will make the home selling process during the pandemic safer.
California rent prices have continued to escalate to astronomical heights throughout the past several years. In response, the California state legislature passed Assembly Bill 1482, known as the “Tenant Protection Act of 2019,” at the beginning of this year regulating rent price increases.
So the time has come to start looking for a new home! The decision whether to rent or buy will differ from person to person, but regardless of what you do, your choice must be well informed.
Whether you’re planning a massive renovation or simply refreshing a few rooms, there are always ways to make your home improvement projects more environmentally conscious. Here are some changes, both big and small, you can implement to conserve energy and minimize waste while renovating your home.
When collecting rent from your tenants during this pandemic, it’s important to remain cautious and avoid putting yourself at risk whenever possible. Here’s what you need to know about charging rent during this ongoing pandemic, helping ensure you keep yourself and your tenants safe in the process.
The current recession caused one of the worst US unemployment rates of the last few decades, but the market seems to be recovering faster than expected. If you are one of the millions struggling to land a job or need help with preparing yourself for the post-COVID job market, here are some tips.
New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed the Tenant Safe Harbor Act banning courts from evicting tenants who can’t pay rent due to economic hardships caused by COVID-19.
So the time has finally come to sign your first lease! This is an exciting step towards independence. The following tips will help you make a more informed decision and ensure you end up with the best rental property for your needs.
Although a lease contractually obligates tenants to pay rent for the duration of the agreement, some might try to terminate their contract and move out before the lease expires. When a tenant wants to break their lease early, landlords are forced to fill the vacancy in a short amount of time.
Many companies across a vast number of industries are struggling to stay afloat with low demand, an unstable supply chain, and great uncertainty around stabilization. While the economy as a whole suffers, here are 5 industries benefiting and capitalizing on societal changes during the COVID-19 era.
Are you struggling with high levels of debt? It can often feel like a never-ending battle between your paycheck and expenses. In order to begin climbing your way out of debt, it is critical to develop a comprehensive and sustainable strategy you can follow.