Compare Listings

7 Fall home maintenance tips for the Bay Area

7 Fall home maintenance tips for the Bay Area

Fall is upon us! The temperature took a huge dip this week and the fog is starting to roll in to stay. Here are a few home maintenance items that you can do to get your home ready for Fall/Winter. Clean and inspect your fireplace Fall/Winter is all about cider and hot cocoa by the [...]
How To Avoid Getting Sued In The Leasing Process

How To Avoid Getting Sued In The Leasing Process

How To Avoid Getting Sued In The Leasing Process In our previous blog titled, "How Quickly Can You Rent Out My Unit in the Bay Area", we talked a little bit about our process and how long it takes. We even touched upon the difference between using a professional property management company vs. DIY rental [...]
San Francisco Bay Area Market May 2021 Update

San Francisco Bay Area Market May 2021 Update

The first day of the summer solstice for this year will be on Sunday 6/20, which happens to coincide with Father's Day. As we approach the official summer date, here's how the Bay Area housing market is looking. As prices continue to climb 10%, 20% and even 30% year over year, many of you may [...]
San Francisco Bay Area Market April 2021 Update

San Francisco Bay Area Market April 2021 Update

If you are in the market for a home in the bay area, you are definitely one of the better offs. As prices continue to climb, a bright prospect of more and more of the economy opening up, this year's Spring housing market is expected to be quite hot. Data from CAR.org In California alone, [...]
How to Manage Rental Properties during Coronavirus Pandemic?

How to Manage Rental Properties during Coronavirus Pandemic?

   People around the globe have taken measures into slowing down the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing and self-isolation. Here are some proven tips to help you manage your rental properties during the coronavirus outbreak. RENTAL SHOWING First question first, should you continue to show your vacant rental property? The answer is yes. […]

The 10,000 Dollar Tenant Screening Mistake

The 10,000 Dollar Tenant Screening Mistake

Jane owns a condo in The Bay Area and she recently accepted a job as an HR manager in Los Angeles. Instead of selling her condo, Jane thought it’d be a good idea to keep it as an investment and rent it out. Jane started posting ads and showing it to tenants. After several weekends […]