Marin property management company discusses the mechanics of how to deal with water intrusion and remediation with emergency mitigation services.
A Marin property management company discusses the importance of preventative maintenance and the measures you can take to protect your rental home.
You might be wondering why would landlords hire a professional company like Foundation Rentals to do tenant screening when you could do it yourself? The reason is: process.
Landlords who aren’t sure how much they can charge for a security deposit can easily find the answer within California state law. The maximum you can take for a security deposit is the equivalent of two months’ rent for an unfurnished property. However, if you have a furnished property, you can take as much as three months of rent as a deposit. There are a few other things to consider when you’re collecting that deposit.
A question we get all the time from our clients is: when is the best time to list my rental property? The timing of your listing will impact the number of tenants you’re able to attract and the amount of rent you can collect.
Many landlords struggle with the question of whether or not they should allow pets in their rental property. If you are allergic to pets and you plan to return to the property one day, the answer is simple – no. You don’t want to move back into your home and have a serious allergic reaction. However, if you want to increase your ROI, you should consider a very well qualified applicant who comes to you with a pet.
At Foundation Rentals and Relocation, we provide high quality services to properties in Marin County, California. Today we want to tell you a little bit about why you should work with us for all of your leasing and property management needs.
The Leasing Team at Foundation Rentals and Relocation just LEASED another property in Tiburon for $10,500. Thanks to everyone for a great transaction. For any questions about Tiburon property management or buying or selling investment properties in Tiburon, call Broker Christopher Barrow at (415) 637-8934!
By the end of last week, homeowners who keep an eye on Marin mortgage rates had a remarkably clear view of what the future is likely to bring. “Brexit” had all but sealed the deal.
Part of the reason for the resurgence in the local real estate market has been the phenomenon of Marin County historically low mortgage interest rates. Following 2015’s first rate hike in nine years (and the promise that two or three more were in store for 2016), across the nation, financial commentators foresaw the expected gradual rise in mortgage interest rates to act as a moderating influence on home sales activity. In other words, a market that would slowly grow a bit tighter.