Riverside Property Management Blog

From Drab To Fab: Transforming Your Rental Property On a Budge

Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Not to sound like a cooking show, with maybe Guy Fieri extolling the virtues of, say, a sandwich. When it comes to property management, the recipe for rehabbing a rental property is part art, part science, a whole lot of sweat, and a pinch of flair to take a property from Drab to Fab. We at Management One Property Management know all too ...

Preventing Water Damage in Your Rental Home

Friday, March 12, 2021
Let's face it; water is a force of nature. Masses of whirling water, such as hurricanes, can devastate landmasses. It's an excellent solvent, as it can dissolve more substances than any other liquid. Water makes life possible on this lil' ol' world of ours. Fish thrive in it, and surfers do too. Average rainfall helps crop...

Renters Insurance: How Much Coverage Is Adequate?

Sunday, February 28, 2021
“$300,000? Why do I need that much coverage? My items are not worth that much!" I have heard this question several times recently from our residents. Making sure you have adequate protection is important. There is a misconception out there that you only need enough coverage for your "own" items. The landlord will...

Landlord Insurance Policies: Are You Covered?

Sunday, February 28, 2021
One of the things that I am constantly preaching to new clients and existing clients is “make sure you have the proper insurance in place”. Not all insurance policies are created equally, a homeowner's insurance policy is not the same as a landlord policy, and a landlord policy is not the same as a renter’s insurance...

Security Deposit Dispute: What to Do When You Receive One

Friday, January 29, 2021
Owners and residents often have questions regarding security deposit refunds. The questions often center around the actual deductions noted on the security deposit breakdowns. Thus, the dreaded security deposit dispute.Here at Management One, we must walk a fine line between both the homeowners and the residents. Both sides feel entitled ...

6 Tenant Responsibilities When Moving out of a Rental Property

Friday, January 29, 2021
You are moving out of your rental property, the place you have called home for the last twelve months, maybe even longer. The process of moving is overwhelming, finding a new place to live, packing up all your stuff, and worrying about getting your deposit back.Knowing what to expect when you move out will make the process a lot easier. C...

Move-In Ready Home: What Both Residents and Owners Can Expect

Wednesday, January 6, 2021
We have all rented an apartment or home at some point in our life, right? And we have all walked into that home or apartment with high expectations only to be let down by the “actual” condition of the property. As a leasing representative, we try to bridge the gap between the expectations of residents versus the expectations o...

7 Insights for Landlords on the CDC Eviction Moratorium

Thursday, December 31, 2020
*** The theme of this article was originally published by the Rental Housing Journal on December 14th, 2020*** As of December 27th, President Trump signed a new relief package. In that package, the CDC moratorium was extended to January 31st, 2021. It should be noted that local governments may extend their moratoriums past this date. ...

Preparing a House for Rental: 7 Effective Ways to Attract Residents

Wednesday, December 23, 2020
“Oh My Goodness, I’m about to have a vacancy in my rental. What to do, what to do?!” Well, you’re in the right spot, right now, as we’re about to tell you the seven most effective ways to prepare your house for rental.You can look at a pending vacancy as a bad thing, but why do this to yourself? Isn’t l...

How to Identify Pet Damage in Your Rental Property

Monday, December 14, 2020
Here's a topic I don't touch every day, but it is one that comes up often enough that it bears talking about: How to Identify Pet Damage in Your Rental Property.This should seem pretty straightforward; one would think, right? It is in some ways, but it isn't as easy as one may assume, not all the time.Picture This:You walk int...

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