Category: Palm Springs Property Management


5 Ways Save Water in Your Palm Springs Rental Unit

Like all of California, Palm Springs is taking the drought seriously. Penalties for water waste are likely to skyrocket and could put a serious damper on potential investment returns, even this coming year. But Palm Springs and surrounding communities are doing their best, and doing their best for all the people in California currently facing crisis conditions even despite potentially higher costs.

These are five things you can and should do, as a landlord or property owner, to make sure water waste is minimized in your property and before things get any worse. … Continue reading

Palm Springs Property Management: 3 Tips for Renting In Desert Climates

palm springs property managementRenting in desert areas, whether in Palm Springs, or the surrounding areas, or really anywhere in the desert south west of the US, has never been more in fashion. Many of these “sun-belt” areas have continued to see rapid population growth even in the face of overall population declines at the national level.

Whether you’re thinking of investing in residential properties, or you’re seeking a property manager to take over some of the day to day management responsibilities, these are some of the most important safety issues specific to our Palm Springs desert environment. While California is famous for regulating and supporting progressive environmental controls, not everyone is aware of some of the hows and whys of the regulations. It’s always important for property managers to do what they can to educate tenants and property owners about regulations, local restrictions and … Continue reading

Property Management Should Make Investing Easier; How About Making It Possible?

 

Property management in Palm Springs or in the East Bay or anywhere in California is crucial if you’re planning on being more than just a landlord. The fact is, a property management company is the only way many investors can afford to hold onto the properties that keep them in the black.

Whether you’re investing Riverside County, or Alameda County – or anywhere else for that matter, understanding the essential role of your property manager is step one to owning and maintaining rental properties. In fact a good property manager can even advise you on which properties to buy and project nearly the exact returns you can expect from each.    … Continue reading