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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Why Living in Pacific Beach is Not Just for College Students
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Beach living is synonymous with San Diego living, and Pacific Beach is one of the area’s most popular and exciting waterfront locations. Despite historically being a common landing spot for nearby university students of San Diego State, University of San Diego and University of California, San Diego, and local community colleges, Pa...

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Reasons to Call Kensington Home
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If you are looking for an exciting community in mid-city San Diego, Kensington is the place you should call home.Situated in the hills south of Mission Valley, next to City Heights and Normal Heights, this historic area has experienced a cultural metamorphosis over recent years. The area is known for its unique Spanish and Craftsman style...

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Living The San Diego Dream
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The city limits of San Diego span from just south of the downtown area all the way up the interstate 15 to Escondido, about 30 miles north.There are many terrific neighborhoods, restaurants, and activities to be had throughout the massive city, giving residents a wide pallet of options.For those beach lovers out there, areas like Pacific ...

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Love Living in North Park & University Heights
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Old San Diego is getting a new school makeover in North Park and University Heights. This classic sector of northeast San Diego retains the charm its been associated with for the last 100 plus years ( , while also becoming an epicenter for m...

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Get Ready for the Holidays with These Home and Safety Tips
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This year we compiled a list of the many tips we have learned as, property managers, renters, homeowners and real estate professionals. Here is what we came up with. Make Your home smell like the holidays, without candles. Candles can be a major fire hazard and they set off smoke detectors. Here are some other ways to make your ...

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Be Prepared for Rain with These Tips from A Property Manager
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Rain is in the forecast, make sure you are ready with these winter rain tips from a property manager. Check your gutters. Look around the property and see if the gutters appear to be in good condition. If there are trees near your gutters might need to be cleared. If you see an area the is in disrepair request a maintenance inspectio...

Monday, October 28, 2019

What it’s like to move from Renter to homeowner
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Most of us here at Income Property Advisors know a lot about home ownership even if only some of us have made the move into owning our own home. We are a company specializing in management of both residential and commercial property. We also are licensed residential and commercial agents and brokers and on top of all of that we are a comp...

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

How To Deal With Upset Tenants
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It is inevitable that as a landlord or property manager you will come across upset tenants. We all want good customers service and its important we give our tenant the best costumer service possible while doing what is best for the property. Here are some tips to improve your customer service and manage your upset tenants.CommunicateOften...

Monday, September 11, 2017

The Southern California Real Estate Report Podcast Needs Interviews
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Our first podcast is live. Check it out by searching iTunes “the Southern California Real Estate Report”.We are looking for Real Estate professionals to interview for the podcast. Everyone from office brokers to interior designers please reach out.Also, let us know what topics interest you. Do you want to know about what new d...

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Quiz: Where Should You Live in San Diego?
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Take our fun, silly quiz to find out what San Diego neighborhood best fits your personality.

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