We’re talking about selling your property, and whether you can sell a home with a tenant occupying it. There are a couple schools of thought surrounding this, and we want to share some pros and some cons to doing this.
Most of the Marin landlords we talk to want to know how long it will take to find a tenant for their rental property. It really depends on your property’s condition, the price, and the market. The time of year and whether or not your home is currently occupied can also impact the amount of time it takes.
Today’s topic is one that Marin landlords are often asking, which is: what can I expect if I have to evict my tenant? Most people want to know how long it will take and how much it will cost.
For the self-managing or DIY landlord, you never know when you’ll need a hand with your rental. Do you want your rental emergencies handled like a pro? Do you want to avoid costly emergency mistakes?
There is often a gray area when it comes to normal wear and tear versus excessive wear and tear. Today, we’re talking about tenant move outs, security deposit disposition deductions, and how to manage routine and normal wear and tear versus excessive wear and tear or damage.
Many investors wonder whether it’s worth it to get a home warranty for a rental property. There are pros and cons to home warranties, and today we are talking about what those are. We’re also making a recommendation.