Take a look at the newest legislation and landlord law updates that may directly impact the way you handle your investment properties in 2018.
Ranging from updates to Fair Housing Laws, to handling smoking tobacco or marijuana, to pest control issues, these new developments could impact the way you run your investment properties in California. At the very least, please consider these updates to review your responsibilities as a property owner in California.
One of the arguably largest impacts to property ownership is the movement to repeal Contra-Hawkins. The Costa Hawkins Rental Act protects single-family homes and new construction residential units by exempting them from local rent control ordinances. If your investment property is located within one of these localities, then you may be well acquainted with the impact that rent control can have on your investment. Many of our clients are concerned about the impact it would have upon their property ownership. We can identify whether your property is within a rent control locality, and help develop strategies for managing your property if it is required.
Working with us
When you entrust your investment portfolio to us at Real Property Management Vision, we will do our utmost to protect your asset, minimize expenses and liability, and maximize your returns, and abide by the “golden rule” – treat your investments as if they were our own. You can avoid costly mistakes by going with a professional. No matter the latest developments in legislation or landlord law updates, our commitment to you does not change. Take a look at the level of service we provide to our clients.
We are licensed, insured, and trained to operate within California law for the rental or lease of any residential or commercial property in California. Our specialty is single-family homes and multi-unit residential buildings, but we also support clients who own commercial properties as well as HOA boards. If you are concerned about specific legal issues caused by the latest round of landlord law updates in 2018, please contact your attorney or you may also contact us for a referral.