Property Management Blog

Friday, November 8, 2019

Should I Sell or Rent my Long Beach, CA Property?
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If you’re agonizing over the decision about whether to rent or sell your Long Beach property, we understand, and you’re not alone. We talk to homeowners all the time who are moving out of state for work or personal reasons, following new military orders, or moving from the home they currently live in to another property they&r...

Friday, October 25, 2019

Rental Property Maintenance: Getting the Best Work for the Best Price in Long Beach
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Rental property maintenance is rarely a landlord’s favorite topic. When repairs are necessary at your property, they almost always cost more than you’re expecting, and it seems they also take longer to complete than you anticipated. It doesn’t have to be that way. As professional property managers, we’ve been handl...

Friday, October 11, 2019

The Best Way to Collect Rent from Your Tenants | Long Beach Landlord Tips
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Collecting rent on time is an important part of being an effective landlord. When you approve a tenant and meet to discuss and sign the lease agreement, make sure you go over the expectations for rent collection. Your tenant needs to know how much rent is due every month and how they should pay it.At CMC Realty, we provide an online porta...

Thursday, September 12, 2019

How to Achieve the Highest ROI on Your Long Beach Investment Property
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When you want to increase the ROI on your Long Beach investment property, the formula is pretty simple: you need to lower your expenses and increase your income. It sounds easy, but the local market and the tenants you choose can have a huge impact on your success in doing that. We have some ideas on how you can drive up your ROI, an...

Monday, August 12, 2019

What Should Be Included in My Long Beach, CA Lease Agreement?
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When you’re preparing to rent your property out to tenants, you need a strong lease that’s legally compliant in California. It’s nearly impossible to be too detailed; you want to include as much information as possible so there can be no confusion about the tenant’s responsibilities and your expectations. Whil...

Friday, July 12, 2019

Reducing Vacancies in Your Long Beach Rental Property
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Avoiding vacancy is an important part of any investor’s strategy; an unoccupied property does not make you any money, and the rental income you’re losing can never be recovered. To avoid vacancies, you need to price your property correctly, make sure it’s well-maintained, and then find and retain a highly-qualified tenan...

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Long Beach Landlord's Guide to Security Deposits: What to Know
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California law is both strict and specific when it comes to security deposits. If you’re new to renting out properties or you’re not working with a professional property management company, make sure you understand the security deposit requirements. Today, we’re sharing some of the most important things you need to ...

Friday, May 10, 2019

Why Invest in Long Beach, CA Real Estate?
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The Long Beach real estate market is thriving, and this is an excellent time to purchase a rental home. If you’ve been thinking about buying your first investment home, now is a good time to get started. If you’re hoping to add an asset or several assets to your growing investment portfolio, you can find a number of great oppo...

Friday, April 12, 2019

Why Is My Property Not Renting?
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 Vacancy is frustrating, and it’s also expensive. Smart investors know that the key to increased ROI is a lower vacancy rate. If you’re having trouble renting out your Long Beach property, it may be due to one or more of these key things.Your Rental Price May Be Too HighPricing is one of the first things we always look at...

Friday, April 5, 2019

How’s the Market? Is Now the Time to Buy or Sell?
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The real estate market largely depends on supply and demand. However, there are other factors to consider such as mortgage rates, home values, and the ability of buyers to get financed. While the market remains strong in the early part of 2018, buyers need to be prepared for rising interest rates, and sellers need to be ready to face comp...

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