Property Manager Ignoring You? Here’s What to Do!

Property Manager Ignoring You? Here’s What to Do!

A property manager with a good reputation for reliance and integrity can be an asset to any landlord and tenant. However, there are times when having a property manager becomes a challenge – especially if they ignore you as the owner or as the tenant and you cannot get the answers or support that you need. What can you do? This article examines proactive actions you can take to ensure you have a reliable property manager, and also what you can do when it your property manager ignores you.

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Do Landlords Have To Accept Emotional Support Animals in California?

Do Landlords Have To Accept Emotional Support Animals in California?

Requests for emotional support animals (EMA) when tenants rent a property are becoming more common. As a landlord you may be wondering what you rights are regarding this matter. In this article, we examine new legistlation, proof that the animal is an ESA and questions you may and may not ask your tenant. Tenants will be interested in reading this article to find out their rights to have a ESA when they rent a property in California.

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A Tenant’s Guide: How Long Do Landlords Have to Fix Problems in California?

A Tenant’s Guide: How Long Do Landlords Have to Fix Problems in California?

Are you a tenant in California experiencing maintenance problems in your rental unit? Do you find yourself wondering what rights you have and how you can address these issues effectively? You’ve come to the right place. This comprehensive guide aims to empower tenants like you by providing valuable information on how to navigate the process of resolving problems with your landlord in California.We will provide insights into specific timelines landlords have to address repairs and maintenance problems, both urgent and non-urgent. Furthermore, you will discover various options available to you, such as withholding rent, submitting repair requests, utilizing the repair and deduct remedy, and withholding rent for urgent repairs. 

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When Does A Landlord Have To Pay For A Hotel Room For A Tenant In California?

When Does A Landlord Have To Pay For A Hotel Room For A Tenant In California?

In California, landlords may be required to provide temporary housing, such as hotel rooms, when a rental property becomes uninhabitable due to factors beyond the tenant’s control. Examples of such situations include severe damage from natural disasters, major plumbing issues, or substantial mold infestation. It’s important to note that the landlord’s legal duty for providing temporary housing may vary depending on the circumstances and local laws.There are several scenarios that may necessitate temporary housing for tenants. This article takes a closer look at common scenarios in which a landlord may be required to provide alternative accommodation for tenants

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Do Landlords Have to Accept Section 8 in California?

Do Landlords Have to Accept Section 8 in California?

Section 8 housing vouchers play a crucial role in providing affordable housing options for low-income families in California. 
However, one common question among landlords is whether they are obligated to accept Section 8 vouchers. In this article, we will explore the rights of property owners, and the benefits of Section 8 participation, and shed light on the local Public Housing Agency’s role. By understanding the dynamics of Section 8, landlords can make informed decisions that align with their property management goals.

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