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Landlords & Tenants Part 2 | Orange County Property Management Education

 

Evicting bad tenants should be rare. If you have a great screening process in place and you know how to interview people, you can place a tenant who will pay rent on time, take care of the home, and follow the terms of your rental agreement.

However, bad things happen to good tenants. If your tenant is unable to meet their obligations, you may need to pursue an eviction. This process can be expensive and time consuming, especially if you aren’t sure what you’re doing. Even an innocent mistake can set you back months and cost you extra money. Try to avoid evictions when you can, and if you need to use the courts to remove a tenant, talk to an attorney or a property manager. (more…)

Landlords & Tenants Part 1 | Orange County Property Management Education

 

The tenant you place in your rental home will impact the kind of experience you have as a landlord. With a great tenant, you’ll earn consistent income, get the home back in great condition, and trust that the terms of the lease will be followed. With a bad tenant, you could end up suffering through the eviction process and paying for expensive property damage. Our approach to finding and placing tenants is a little different than other management companies, and we’re sharing that process today. (more…)

Top 5 Things Your Orange County Property Manager Should Be Doing for You

Successfully owning rental property requires you to identify the best possible partners to help your investment perform well. Instead of seeking out property management, you need to look for real estate asset management. That’s going to provide you a broader range of services with better outcomes. There are a number of things your management company should do for you. Today, we’re focusing on the top five things you need from your property manager. (more…)

How to Maximize Your Real Estate ROI – Orange County Property Management Advice


 

At White Glove, we often talk about ourselves as being real estate asset management professionals rather than property managers. That’s because we focus on your return on investment (ROI). We want to help you earn more on your asset, and there are a few things we do to help you meet and exceed your goals. Today, we’re talking about the top three ways to maximize your real estate ROI. (more…)