At Portola Property Management, our talented team of staff members work with owners, tenants, and bizarre situations every day. We spend a lot of time telling landlords who might work with us what we can do to manage your property better and provide an improved rental experience for all parties.
Vacancies in a rental property are expensive and stressful. When your property is unoccupied, it means you aren’t earning any rental income. It also means your property is at risk for undetected maintenance issues because no one is in it to notice or take care of things.
When you’re advertising your property, showing it to prospects, and screening applications, you’re looking for a great tenant. The best tenants in your local market are looking for a home that’s managed by a professional management company.
We’ve never met a landlord who enjoys evicting a tenant. It’s an unpleasant process for everyone, but it’s also unavoidable on occasion. If you have a tenant who isn’t paying rent, you need to be prepared to evict. Today, we’re explaining the process.
Mistakes can be expensive and make a huge mark on your ROI. If you’re a self-managing landlord who is worried about paying management fees, it’s important that you realize you can often make a mistake that turns out to be a lot more costly than the price of a professional property manager.