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We specialize in managing, investing & repositioning cash flow for Multi-Family, Mixed Use and Residential Income Properties in the San Diego area.

IPA (Income Property Advisors) has extensive experience in San Diego property management and construction management. We specialize in repositioning and stabilizing tenant occupancy through creating an operating budget and a marketing plan to achieve optimal market rents. We can also assist with identifying value-add opportunities for our investors and help in the acquisition and underwriting process.

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A Guide to Charging Late Fees for Late Rent Payments

A Guide to Charging Late Fees for Late Rent Payments

Did you know there are more than eight million Americans who can't pay their rent on time?While it's not ideal, as a property owner and landlord, there may be times when you have to implement a late fee if your tenants don't pay rent on time. The process isn't as simple as it may sound. There are laws that protect both you and the t...
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3 Benefits of Working with a Full Service Property Management Company

3 Benefits of Working with a Full Service Property Management Company

The U.S. property management industry is currently worth over $1,588.6 million and growing rapidly as more rental property investors discover the value of these services.So, if you're considering placing tenants in your San Diego property, consider joining this popular trend.A San Diego property management company can help you alleviate all the...
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What Factors Impact Rental Valuation in San Diego?

What Factors Impact Rental Valuation in San Diego?

One of the most critical aspects of successful real estate is setting the correct price. Prices that are too low risk landlords losing money on their investments, while those that are set too high risk them struggling to obtain tenants.In San Diego today, the median monthly rent for a two-bedroom unit is around $2,500. For a one-bedroom unit, the m...
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