Landlord Tips and Investor Advice for Rental Property Owners
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Landlords at every stage of their investment career can always benefit from a little extra information.
That’s why we’re doing regular blogs and videos about all the topics that are relevant to owners and investors like you. We want to be your go-to resource.
If you have questions, we have answers. Whether you’re wondering about the state of the San Diego real estate market or you’re not sure how to raise the rent – we have likely addressed your burning question in a blog. Check out our landlord tips below.
Landlord Tips and Rental Best Practices
Check out our videos and read our blogs for help with landlord issues, investment opportunities, and a general understanding of how to be a better landlord. Our continuing education provides you with numerous tools and resources. You’ll find a wide range of topics, but if there’s a particular question that you don’t see answered – share it with us! You might just see it in our next educational video.
Our Featured Blogs
How to Know if a Property is Profitable
Before you purchase an investment property, you want to know that it will be profitable. How can you assess the potential rental income it will provide and its potential for long term appreciation and return on investment (ROI)? Whether you’re a new investor...
Navigating the Evolving Rental Market: Strategies for Property Managers
The San Diego rental market is constantly shifting. You don’t have to be an experienced investor or a veteran property manager to know that. When you’re constantly evaluating your presence in the market, however, you have to understand where it’s been and where it’s...
The Role of a Property Management Company in Building a Strong Investment Portfolio
As you think about building a strong investment portfolio, you’re likely thinking about the partnerships that can help you succeed. Even if you’re new to investing, you have likely noticed over the last year or two that the properties you buy and hold will steadily...
The Impact of Technology in Modern Property Management
Technology has a huge impact on the way we lease, manage, and maintain San Diego rental properties. The platforms and software that we’ve invested in provides a number of benefits not only to our team, but also to the owners and residents we value. If efficiency and...
Maximizing Rental Income: Tips for Successful Property Management
As a San Diego landlord, you count on the consistent and recurring rental income that arrives every month. You’ve placed good residents who can be counted on to pay rent on time, and you know your property is steadily increasing in value as you collect that rent. ...
Creating a Great Resident Experience: How To Improve Retention
Are you looking for ways to improve your resident retention rates? As a San Diego property management company, we understand the importance of keeping residents happy and satisfied. High resident turnover rates can be costly and negatively impact your rental income....
Walters has been my management company of choice for over 10 years and I have appreciated their ability to find good renters for the properties they manage. When it has come to repairs or upgrades, they have contacted me before they are done to get my approval. I have found their contractors to be more than sufficient to do repair jobs. The renters have been excellent, which has a reflection on Walters research of a renters qualifications.
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