Property Management Blog

Thursday, July 20, 2017

What Does Alex Honnold’s Incredible Free Solo of El Capitan Have to do With Real Estate? It Has to do With Risk.

On June 3rd Alex Honnold ascended the face of El Capitan's Freerider, a 3,000-foot rock face, with nothing but a bag of chalk, specialized climbing shoes and his own mental and physical strength. What he accomplished could be considered one of the greatest achievements in sports history. What he risked was his own life. It is for the later that some people say it was a risk too great to take, but for Alex it was a risk assessed and reassessed, planned and thought out, each move up the wall like a well-choreographed dance based on years of training and experience.  Read More »

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Traffic! What San Diego is Doing About the Problem

Anyone who has lived in San Diego for more than a few years will have noticed the traffic getting worse on our freeways and in our local neighborhoods. It is a real example of a growing problem- San Diego is a city busting at its’ seams and the infrastructure to support the city’s growth has not kept up. This translates into more congested freeways and less affordable living.  Read More »

Thursday, May 11, 2017

What is a value add deal?

And more importantly why do we specialize in it.  Read More »

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Spring Property Tips

Jump into spring and get ready for the summer ahead with these property tips.   Read More »

Friday, March 10, 2017

Video Collection- What Can You do with Time Spent not Dealing with Property Management

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Video Collection- Why Income Property Advisors

Monday, January 16, 2017

Are We Still in a Drought? What You Need to Know About The Recent Rain

A six year drought might be ending in parts of Northern California but for San Diego and much of Southern California, the drought isn’t over yet. Yes, we had lots of rain and its been a big help but winter is only half way over and the rain needs to continue. The New York Times reports that, “Many years have started off wet and gone completely dry. Climate change has produced higher temperatures, which could melt away the snowpack before summer. And parts of the state remain dry.” According to The United States Drought Monitor estimates the Population still in drought around 26,000,000, which means only about 42 percent of the state is out of drought conditions currently. This is compared with only 3 percent last year.   Read More »

Friday, January 13, 2017

8 Strange Reasons Vaseline Should be in Your Home Toolbox

Get rid of soap scum

Vaseline is an easy way to get rid of soap scum. Dab a small amount to bathroom surfaces and allow to sit for a few minutes. Wipe away with a soft cloth and admire the look of your practically new bathroom. Bonus- is it also a great lubricate for faucet handles.   Read More »

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

6 simple ways to Insure Your Home is Safe When You Travel

Beware of social media

Be careful of pictures and updates you post on social media. Unless you are very careful with your privacy setting, you could be letting possible robbers know you are out of town.  Read More »

Thursday, January 05, 2017

The Importance of Renters Insurance

Imagine this- your refrigerator breaks and all your food goes bad… or a pipe breaks and your living room furniture is destroyed… or your car gets broken into and your wallet and phone are stollen. These things happen and thats why its important to protect yourself with Renters Insurance.  Read More »