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Maintenance Technician

We are seeking a seasoned maintenance technician who has experience with single family home and apartment maintenance for our Orange County locations. The company provides a fully stocked 2022 Ford Transit and utilizes a project management and scheduling software for...

Assistant Property Manager

We are looking for an efficient assistant property manager to help with the daily operations of properties and handle tenant relations. The assistant property manager's responsibilities include day to day operational responsibilities involving residents, coordinating...

Property Manager

We are looking for an efficient property manager to manage the daily operations of properties, advertise vacant properties, and handle tenant relations. The property manager's responsibilities include coordinating maintenance work, enforcing leases, and preparing...

Santa Ana Becomes First Orange County City with Rent Control

Santa Ana Becomes First Orange County City with Rent Control

On October 21, 2021, after a decade-long push from the Santa Ana community to find a solution for housing affordability, Rent Control has officially been implemented into law in the city of Santa Ana. Known as the “Just Cause Eviction and Rent Stabilization Ordinances,” the new rent control law became effective on November 19, 2021. While other jurisdictions in California like Inglewood, Los Angeles County, and Culver City have already passed similar tenant protection ordinances, Santa Ana is the first city in Orange County to implement just cause eviction measures and rent control. The general consensus is that neighboring cities may see similar laws passed in the next couple of years.

Should you Require Your Tenants to Have Renters Insurance?

Should you Require Your Tenants to Have Renters Insurance?

All property managers and landlords in Southern California should be familiar with renters insurance and have a firm understanding of why it should be required for all your tenants. Unfortunately, not enough landlords require it. Additionally, while it’s smart for tenants to purchase renters’ insurance to cover their personal belonging, many renters still don’t understand the necessity. Notably, the average renter underestimates the value of their personal property, and they don’t realize the true cost involved should their property be damaged in a building fire or other types of disasters.

SB 1157: California’s New Credit-Reporting Law

SB 1157: California’s New Credit-Reporting Law

If you are a landlord, property manager, or otherwise involved in real estate management in the state of California, then you should immediately become familiar with California’s groundbreaking new law, SB 1157, which went into law last month, on July 1, 2021. Notably, this is the first bill of this type in the country.

What To Do if Your Tenant Stops Paying Rent?

What To Do if Your Tenant Stops Paying Rent?

Arguably, rent collection is one of the most important financial tasks of a property manager or landlord in Southern California.  As such, it’s critical that landlords and property managers stay on top of this aspect of real estate management to avoid a disruption in their property’s cash flow.

The Legalities of Collecting Back Rent Accrued During COVID in California

The Legalities of Collecting Back Rent Accrued During COVID in California

When the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic, it affected California residents drastically. Specifically, most of the California economy was shut down, leaving many residents without jobs or any source of income. Making residential real estate one of the hardest-hit sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In any event, everyone is left to pick up the pieces, including landlords dealing with potential evictions and collecting back rent from tenants that accrued while California was shut down.