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Rent control no answer to California housing crisis

California’s housing crisis is severe and growing. Millions of households — not just poor families but those with incomes higher than the U.S. median of $59,000 — pay half or more of their earnings for shelter. The extreme cost of housing is why the Golden State — in many ways the thriving hub of the global tech economy — nevertheless has [...]

By | May 1st, 2018|In The News|0 Comments

Should You Invest In A Fixer Upper?

One of the first questions you must answer when considering jumping into investment properties is the type of property you want: a fixer upper, rehabbed or new. Of course there are many factors that come into play and its important to decide what the best investment for you and your goals is. Here are some [...]

By | April 3rd, 2018|In The News|0 Comments

Carbon Monoxide Detectors – Does Your Rental Really Need Them?

Michael Anthony Properties Should you consider installing carbon monoxide detectors in your rental property even though your property may not really need them? The answer to this question is, yes. Installing carbon monoxide detectors in your rental property is a SMART choice to make, because they could save your tenants life if carbon monoxide finds [...]

By | March 17th, 2018|In The News|0 Comments

8 Must Haves For New Real Estate Investors

Real estate investing is once again a viable strategy, given that the housing market has left the malaise of 2008 behind. With that said, it’s important for newcomers to the industry to be able to sift through the mountain of early considerations to make sure you don’t waste time, money and effort in establishing your [...]

By | March 16th, 2018|In The News|0 Comments

Should landlords accept pets at their San Diego rental properties?

Currently, it’s not uncommon for most people who are searching for homes for rent in San Diego to also have pets. Sadly, there are fewer pet-friendly rental properties these days because some owners, and San Diego Property Management companies, do not allow pets. Allowing pets in a rental property is a good idea especially for these reasons: Reason #1 – The Listing [...]

By | March 16th, 2018|In The News|0 Comments