The Best Podcasts for Landlords and Real Estate Agents

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By Olivia Creighton

As radio stations continue to add more commercials and talk shows that don’t actually talk about anything important, it’s understandable that listeners are flocking to other means of entertainment. Maybe you don’t want to pay the outrageous service fees for music subscriptions or you’re looking for something beyond that, but you need the background noise to fill your time. Whether you’re looking for something to listen to on your way to work or while you’re working around the house, podcasts just may be the answer. Check out these podcasts just for landlords and real estate agents.

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Ouch! Rent Control in California will Hurt More Than You Think

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By Becky Bower

This November, Californians will vote on whether or not to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Act, allowing cities to enact rent control ordinances down the line. Meanwhile tenant activists are also urgently working to secure their own city-wide rent control initiatives on this year’s ballot. It’s an understatement to say that reinstating rent control would not only be disastrous to the rental housing industry, but to California’s affordable housing supply. To put it bluntly: this is why you and your renters should vote ‘no’ on rent control.

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3 Tenant Rules You Should Have in Your Rental Property

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By Olivia Creighton

Everywhere you go, there are rules. Whether you’re at home or school or the mall, there are guidelines in place that people are expected to follow when present. Our society is structured around rules, and, without them, it wouldn’t be able to function. Your property is no different; when you allow a tenant to fill your vacancy, you expect them to pay the rent on time and respect your property in return. Everyone has their own rules for their rental, but consider these three popular rules.

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Rental Housing Tips to Attract College Students for the Fall Semester

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By Olivia Creighton

Although we all wish that summer would last a little longer, the season is steadily coming to a close. School supplies are starting to fill the aisles of every store, and the inevitable return to the normalcy of the academic year is looming. For landlords, this presents an opportunity to market to a specific kind of renter, and possibly fill some vacant properties you may have sitting. College students are taking this time to finalize their living arrangements, and your property could be just what they’re looking for. Take advantage of this new pool of renters by tailoring your marketing strategy to attract students.

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