Rent Sense: Is Month-to-Month Rental Best?

By Neil Fjellestad & Chris De Marco Some renters prefer a month-to-month lease. Often citing the high unemployment situation in San Diego or their personal current concerns about contractual commitment. It has always been our belief that a long term lease attracts and best serves qualified renters. The loss from reoccurring moving costs completely overshadows...

Legal Questions and Answers

Ted Kimball, Esq. January, 2019 1. Question: I have a maintenance worker who was terminated and was given seven days to vacate his apartment. He has not left, and I would like to know if I need to send him through the eviction process or if there is anything else I can do to get...

Legal Questions for Landlords

We have asked Ted Kimball, Esq. with Kimball, Tirey and St. John to share the November 2018 Landlord questions and answers! 1. Question: If a tenant is evicted, does he forfeit his security deposit? Answer: Even though a tenant is evicted, he still has a right to an accounting of the use of his security...

By Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco When we take over management of a property with a nagging problem like an uncooperative resident, vacancy or uncollected rent we visit the property and make a detailed inspection of physical conditions, we review the lease documentation as well as communication throughout the lease term and why there...

By Neil Fjellestad & Chris De Marco Some renters want a month-to-month rental agreement in order to maintain the ability to move should their situation change (employment, home purchase or a household change) and they don’t want to be tied to a long-term lease. Rental owners and property managers understand this and some will allow...

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