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California’s 2019 state legislative session has a projected end date of September 13, 2019. Keep in mind that this state has full-time legislators, allowing the legislature to meet throughout the year after adjourning their regularly scheduled sessions. ...

Buying apartment buildings is more involved than investing in single-family or small multi-unit properties. There are pros and cons to apartment investing, and investing in apartments requires a deeper level of understanding of the financial and management aspects of real estate investment. Buying an apartment can...

Tom DeWeese, recognized expert on private property rights, has released a new book entitled Sustainable: The WAR on Free Enterprise, Private Property and Individuals. DeWeese’s book describes in detail the process being used at every level of government to reorganize our society through the destruction...

By Becky Bower Although most legislators are preoccupied with the 2018 primaries, the number of passed, pending, and failed rental housing bills continues to grow. This June, familiar rent control, “just cause” eviction and “ban-the-box” legislation is an ongoing rental housing topic across the nation, while...

By Olivia Creighton Technology is always evolving, and it’s an integral part of our daily lives. Phones are glued to our hands, and it seems like everything we do revolves around some sort of screen. Security is no different. As technology progresses, the power to monitor...

As a property manager, it’s a good idea to regularly inspect your rental property. If it’s not done often enough, you may miss some potentially serious problems that could have otherwise been noticed. Carry rental inspections out too often, and you risk souring the relationship...