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Rental Housing Bills to Become Law in 2013-Pets

October 24, 2012

Animals at Rental Property – SB 1229 (Pavley, D-Agoura Hills) – CAA Position – Support – This bill prohibits a landlord who allows a tenant to have an animal on the premises, from advertising or establishing rental policies that requires a tenant or a potential tenant with an animal to have that animal declawed or [...]

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Pets are Family

July 20, 2011

Pets when I was growing up were kept outside and you had one to perform a task – dog for protection, cat as a mouser etc. Today pets are an integral part of our families and it isn’t uncommon to get Christmas photo cards of the family with Santa and there is Fido in the [...]

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Keep Pets Safe this 4th of July

July 4, 2011

4th of July is a time to celebrate our independance, watch fire works, and have BBQ’s with friends. It is also the one day out of the year that is the most frightening to your pets. Please keep your pets inside, and with you. Have the TV on to midigate the sounds of fire works [...]

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Fowl Play in the Backyard – Chickens Make a Come Back

July 14, 2010

I recently rented a cottage in Santa Cruz and was surprised to see the tenants had a chicken coop with 2 hens and they collected the eggs daily.  When I would show the cottage the hens would scurry around the yard – no bugs at this property was my first thought. As a property manager [...]

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Property Management from A-Z: P

March 15, 2010

Patience, Preventative Maintenance, Pets, Policies & Procedures, Photos, Profit Patience – Always outline in detail what you want done with the property and in the lease. When tenants ask what seems to be stupid questions be patient and happy that they are asking you first..educate your tenant. Preventative Maintenance – Do annual checks for batteries [...]

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Property Management from A-Z: I

February 21, 2010

Inspections & Insurance Inspections – How often and how detailed. You should always do a detailed inspection with photos prior to tenant move in. Drive-by’s through out the year are fine. If the yard is looking shabby you might want to schedule an inside inspection or send the tenant a quick note that the yard [...]

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