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HOA Property Management: What is it and Why Use it

Homeowners Associations, or HOAs, have big challenges on their hands: they have to be on call to maintain the quality and smooth functioning of a community, no matter what challenges it may face. The resources and experience of an HOA board may not always be matched to the task, however — and sometimes, an external perspective can be beneficial. HOA Property Management, offered by San Diego HOA management companies, can provide the resources and experience needed to support an HOA in its work.

The Most Common Mistake DIY Landlords Make

Owning a piece of property that you can now rent to others can be very exciting. You are finally the landowner, not merely the resident. Reaching the point where you can purchase properties where you do not need to live or work is a stepping-stone into a larger world of greater possibilities and financial gains.

Choosing from the Best San Diego Property Management Companies

You have countless reasons to work with a San Diego property management company if you plan on leasing out any of the properties you own. Once you've made the decision to work with a property management company, find one that fits your particular needs.

5 Tips to Run HOA Meetings More Effectively

Even if you aren't on the board of directors, it's important to attend all of your Homeowners' Association (HOA) meetings. Many decisions made during HOA meetings can have a big impact on how your rental property is managed. For example, you may want to build onto an existing property to help boost property value, thereby attracting more residents and increasing income. Depending on HOA decisions and rules, you may not be allowed to make big additions to your home.

How to Maintain Your Curb Appeal

Maintaining your home's curb appeal can greatly improve your property value, as well as help to create a community consciousness around caretaking the property. But maintaining curb appeal doesn't have to be a matter of expensive renovations. Here are some ways to keep the curb appeal of your San Diego home high:

When Should a Landlord Hire a Property Management Company?

San Diego property management companies offer property owners a number of beneficial services. These services include marketing your properties, screening residents, handling property maintenance and repairs, collecting your rent, responding to residents' complaints and handling evictions. But even when considering these benefits, you may be thinking about managing your property on your own in order to save money.

Fall Improvements: Top 10 Property Projects to Increase Your Value

Before you put your San Diego area rental property on the market, you may want to invest in a few renovations and remodeling projects. Doing so will not only help make your property more attractive to residents but will also help to increase the value of your property, which, in turn, will allow you to charge higher for the lease. The following are ten projects most San Diego property management companies will recommend in order to help increase your property's value:

How an HOA Board and HOA Management Company Work Together

Planned developments offer many amenities to their residents. However, they also bring great responsibilities for those homeowners who serve on the Board of the Home Owner’s Association (HOA). It is the board that has the duty to promote a high quality of life, maintain curb appeal and ultimately protect the property values of the residences in the community. This is a big job and many HOA boards find it necessary to bring in some professional help. They hire an HOA management company to help run the community. If you are involved in such a development, it is important to understand the roles of both the HOA and the HOA management company.

5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a San Diego HOA Management Company

HOAs are legal entities that are created to manage planned communities. Planned communities can be anything from condominiums to gated communities. The HOA operates to maintain the upkeep of common areas, enforce provisions in the grant deeds and overall maintenance of the community.

How to Value and Analyze Investment Property

With dozens of ways to invest your money, deciding to invest in real estate is both a little bit risky and very rewarding. However, to ensure that you actually a big return on your investment, you first need to do your research and determine whether a property is valuable enough to add to your assets. In order to do this, look at any potential rental property from the perspective of cash flow and immediate results.

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