San Francisco Property Management Blog
As leaders in the San Francisco property management market, we want to make things better for landlords and tenants, vendors and partners. All of us face similar challenges, whether it’s Airbnb tempting your tenants to sublet or the recent drought, which left landlords wondering how to manage water. We share our expertise and our advice on our San Francisco property management blog. Follow along to get your most common questions answered. Learn from our experience and avoid costly mistakes.
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Water damages in a San Francisco rental property can be extremely unsettling for you as a landlord. Many times, we have seen landlords panic when they find water damage in the property and immediately reach out to the insurance company to file a claim, even if it’s a...
The San Francisco Rent Board is creating and maintaining a housing inventory of all rental units in San Francisco that are subject to the Rent Ordinance, and to assist them in this mission, owners will need to begin reporting information about their units to the Rent Board.
If your San Francisco rental property is subject to the Rent Board Fee, there are some changes to how that fee is billed and paid. These changes are effective in the 2021 – 2022 tax year, and we want to bring them to your attention in our blog today.
At Gordon Property Management, we have been managing San Francisco rental properties for more nearly three-and-a-half decades. Over these 30-plus years, we’ve seen a lot of market shifts and a number of new laws, trends, and requirements in the residential property management space.
Today, we’re talking about what to do if you suspect that your tenant has moved out of your apartment and is subletting it to someone else. If it’s a rent controlled property in San Francisco, you don’t want that to happen. If the tenant’s not living there, you want...
Often, the landlord tenant relationship in San Francisco is unfortunately an adversarial relationship due to San Francisco’s rent control laws. Most landlords with tenants in place who are paying below market rents really don’t care if those tenants stay, so they...
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