Posts Tagged ‘property manager oakland’
Why you Should Rent Your San Francisco Home if You Can’t Sell it
Selling a home in San Francisco can be frustrating. It’s a unique market and always changing. Sometimes, you’ll have a handful of buyers offering what you’re asking and sometimes you’ll have weeks and months where no one is making an offer. If you’re struggling to sell, there’s no need to continue losing money. You can…Read More
Providing Excellent Move-Ins and Outs Will Leave Your Tenants at Ease
Maybe you’ve moved recently or maybe it’s been a few decades since you relocated, but as you probably remember – moving is stressful. As a San Francisco rental property owner, the process can be stressful for you, too. It doesn’t have to be. The process can be efficient for you and easy for your tenants,…Read More
You’ve Decided to Rent Out Your San Francisco Property, What Do You Do First?
At Leading Properties, we work with a lot of experienced investors who need help managing their homes professionally. We also work with first-time landlords who aren’t sure how to navigate the process or even what to do first. If that sounds like you, we can help. Whether you’re renting out a home that you once…Read More
Is it Time to Change San Francisco Property Management Companies?
Working with a good property management company is important to a successful investment experience. If you’re not experiencing the value and the results that you expected with your current management company, it might be time to change companies. We know that change can be difficult, especially when it comes to the management of your largest…Read More
The Importance of Communication in All Aspects of San Francisco Property Management
As you move through the process of renting out an investment property in San Francisco, you’ll quickly become aware of how important communication can be. It’s impossible to have a successful investment experience without communication. You’ll need to interact with a number of different audiences. Tenant communication is of course critical. Your residents are your…Read More
5 Common Questions to Ask a San Francisco Property Manager
As professional San Francisco property managers, we get a lot of questions from potential clients. Owners want to know how much we charge and how much their property will rent for. They ask how soon we can rent it and whether the management contract is negotiable. These are all good questions. It’s important to have…Read More
Tips on Choosing the Right San Francisco Property Management Company for You and Your Property Type
Smart investors and landlords know that good San Francisco property management contributes to higher earnings and lower expenses. It also preserves your time and provides a less stressful rental experience. When you’re choosing a management company to work with, you’ll want to find a team that has a lot of experience in your local market…Read More
We Love Realtor Referrals – San Francisco Property Management
At Leading Properties, we work closely with some of the best real estate agents in San Francisco. If you need a professional property management partner to help you work with your clients while they’re renting out a home, we would be happy to help. If you have someone who is looking to rent out a…Read More
A Guide to San Francisco Rent Control – What Should You Know?
Rent control has been in place for many San Francisco rental properties for decades. Recently, statewide rent control was put into place throughout California. Those provisions may widen the impact of rent control on San Francisco properties that were not affected previously. Today, we’re covering the basics of San Francisco rent control and what you…Read More
Why You Need to Hire a San Francisco Property Management Company
Working with a professional San Francisco property management company has always been a good idea, but lately it has taken on a new urgency for owners and landlords. The laws continue to grow more complex, the market continues to be a challenge. If you’re still managing your own San Francisco rental property, you may be putting…Read More