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...

Rent Sense: Vacancies Need Marketing

By Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco To understand the importance of professionally marketing a rental vacancy take time and commitment. Making a mistake with “rental pricing” or showing the property before it is “market-ready” can prolong the vacancy or attract non-qualified prospects. Targeted promotion along with a polished presentation will create a sufficient number...

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...

Rent Sense: Value of Rental Ownership

By: Neil Fjellestad and Chris De Marco Rental ownership has a long history of satisfying the primary investment priorities of personal financial independence: safety of capital, inflation hedge and tax-favored income. Traditionally, if the detailed financial statements of the wealthy are available for review it becomes apparent that long-term income producing real estate assets directly...

KTS Legal Questions Dec 2018

Ted Kimball, Esq. December, 2018 1. Question: If we serve a three-day notice and the tenant decides to move out, is the tenant responsible to pay the monthly rent until the apartment is leased? Answer: So long as you attempt to relet the premises, the tenant is still liable for the rent until the lease...

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