Posts by Ron Sudman

Founder of Management One, Ron provides the vision and guidance for the Company and is responsible for all of the systems currently in use today by current licensees. As a Real Estate Professional, he saw a need for property management and began managing several homes for clients in the Inland Empire of California back in 1983. Ron’s proven track record of innovation and success in creating a company starting with the management of just 1 property to well over 1,000 properties led him to develop professional and successful systems that have resulted in the establishment of Management One Systems.
January 31, 2024
Landlord Insurance: Four Most Important Coverages

Insurance, Insurance, Insurance! If you’ve been around a while, you are probably sick of hearing me talk about insurance and proper coverage. If you’re new here, welcome to the annual insurance service announcement. All joking aside this is a very important topic and I wholeheartedly believe in talking about it at least once a year. […]

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January 24, 2024
Who Pays For What When a Tenant Vacates

"Why do I have to pay for those repairs when the resident moves out?” “Why aren’t they responsible for those repairs?” These questions are ones that we are asked daily by current landlords. And to be honest, it really boils down to what the courts or even the judge on that given day will allow. […]

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October 19, 2023
Single or Multifamily Rental Property: Which Investment Is Right for You?

“90% of all millionaires become so through owning real estate." — Andrew Carnegie Those are wise words and lofty goals, but how do individual investors start investing in real estate? For many, rental housing is the simplest route. But that begs the question: multifamily or single-family? To best answer this question, one should consider the “whole” […]

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October 2, 2023
Renting to Tenants with Pets: Pros and Cons

Chances are, you've been receiving those all-important calls from potential tenants, eagerly inquiring about the pet policy for your property. The recent APPA National Pet Owners Survey revealed that 66% of American households own a pet. Among this furry and feathered majority, a staggering 45% are dogs. Drawing from my extensive 35+ years in the property management […]

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September 23, 2023
Best Air Conditioning Companies in Orange County CA (Reviews/Ratings)

The temperature is skyrocketing, and just when you least expect it, your worst nightmare becomes a reality – the AC decides to take a vacation! This is no laughing matter in sunny Southern California, where the sun can turn up the heat to a blistering 100 degrees plus during the summer. But hold your phone, […]

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September 22, 2023
Top Landlord Insurance Companies in Riverside & Orange Counties

Are you a novice landlord, ready to dip your toes into property rental? According to Investopedia on A Quick Guide to Landlord Insurance, “Rookie landlords, renting out a residential property (house, vacation cottage, apartment), may assume that their Homeowners Insurance will cover all the costs in the case of a natural disaster, accident or other […]

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September 20, 2023
Selling VS Keeping Your Rental Property: Generate Wealth

Not too long ago, we were talking about how H-O-T the housing market was. Properties were receiving 15 to– 20 offers at a time and were selling at above-asking prices. It was a selling frenzy for landlords and homeowners alike. And then inflation hit with a furry. Rising interest rates and increased commodity prices started […]

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September 8, 2023
Landlord’s Guide to The Eviction Process: What You Need to Know

Your renter didn’t pay this month, or maybe it has been a couple of months, what do you do now!? No need to panic, with this detailed guideline you’ll be prepared to navigate the eviction process and plan for the attorney fees incurred in an unlawful detainer case. Over the last 40 years, Management One […]

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September 8, 2023
Rental Agreement: 10 Things You Should Know Before Signing

Today is the day you move into your new home! Before you can do that, you have to sign your rental agreement or lease and get the keys to your home.  A rental agreement is legally binding, and its purpose is to protect both the resident and the owner and/or property management company. Let’s be […]

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September 8, 2023
The Top 5 Contractors in Riverside County

Starting a project to improve your home, boost your property's value, or fix things can be exciting. But finding a reliable contractor can be tricky. How do you ensure you pick the best one to arrive on time and charge a fair price? The answer is simple: do your homework. It's like having a map […]

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September 7, 2023
The Top 5 Contractors in Orange County

Starting a project to improve your home, boost your property's value, or fix things can be exciting. But finding a reliable contractor can be tricky. How do you ensure you pick the best one to arrive on time and charge a fair price? The answer is simple: do your homework. It's like having a map […]

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August 25, 2023
Top 5 Eviction Attorneys in Riverside

Picture this: It's the 10th of the month, and there's a missing piece in the puzzle of your day. Like a mysterious disappearing act, the resident's rent payment has yet to make its grand entrance. You've tried it all – the calls, the texts, the emails – heck, you've even put up a 3-day notice […]

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