Property Management Blog

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 when ...

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...

Friday, March 29, 2019

How to Choose a Rental Investment
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The Long Beach real estate market offers a number of unique opportunities for investors. Whether you're looking for your first rental investment or you're interested in adding properties to a growing portfolio, you can find a rental home that meets the financial goals you've set. In order to succeed as a real estate investor, ...

Friday, March 15, 2019

How Curb Appeal Can Help You Get Your Property Rented Faster
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First impressions are important, especially when it comes to property. Many real estate professionals pay special attention to curb appeal when they’re trying to sell a home. They know it helps them to attract buyers and negotiate a higher price. Curb appeal is also critical when you’re renting out a property. You want prospec...

Friday, March 8, 2019

Will Staging Increase Your Sales Price?
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Staging can do two important things for your home: increase the asking price and limit the amount of time it spends on the market.What Is Staging?The staging process is used by sellers and their real estate agents to make the home more appealing to potential buyers. It allows the people seeing your house to better understand how it might ...

Friday, February 8, 2019

How to Choose a Real Estate Agent
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Whether you’re buying or selling a home, you need an agent you can trust to help you navigate the process, negotiate the deal, and close on the sale or the purchase. Choosing an agent can feel a little overwhelming, but there are a few specific things you should consider when you’re hiring.Always Use a Licensed Realtor of Your...

Friday, January 4, 2019

How Do Mortgage Rates Affect Buying or Selling Your Home?
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Mortgage rates are still historically low, but they are rising, and that’s going to impact your plans for buying or selling a house.The most important piece of advice? Don’t panic. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, this is a stable, engaged market that is more than prepared to accept a slight rise in mortgage rates.Mor...

Friday, December 7, 2018

How Does the Real Estate Buying and Selling Process Work?
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Whether you’re buying a home or selling one, it can be an emotional process. There’s a lot of money tied up in property, and unless you’re an investor, it’s also where you have lived or where you’re planning to live. A professional real estate agent can help you stay focused on the business part of the proces...

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Do You Need Landlord Insurance? How to Protect Your Long Beach Asset
One of the biggest mistakes that new landlords and inexperienced investors make is to not buy the right kind of insurance for their rental property. Insurance for rental property is different from insurance that you have on your own occupied property. Make sure you have enough coverage, and that you’re meeting all the requirements o...

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