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Blog Post Renovations to Maximize Your Rental Income

Renovations to Maximize Your Rental Income

The rent in Los Angeles is higher than the national average since there is a low vacancy and increased demand for suitable rental units. As an LA County landlord, you need to regularly evaluate if your property is earning up to its true potential. If not, you need to maximize the...
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Blog Post How Technology Makes Managing Rental Properties More Efficient

How Technology Makes Managing Rental Properties More Efficient

As an LA County landlord, you need to grab the right opportunities to find high-quality tenants for your rental property. The latest technological advancements are one such opportunity that can transform the way you operate your rental business. Technological innovations hav...
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Blog Post All You Need To Know About Vexatious Litigants

All You Need To Know About Vexatious Litigants

Owning a rental property in California comes with its fair share of legal formalities and issues. However, as a professional landlord or investor you need to be extra diligent about legal awareness, especially when dealing with litigants or tenants who keep filing frivolous compl...
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Blog Post How to Choose a Commercial Space in LA County

How to Choose a Commercial Space in LA County

Commercial spaces in LA County are a profitable investment option for commercial real estate investors. However, many investors are uncertain about choosing the right commercial property that will yield consistently high results in the long run. At Bell Properties, we have h...
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Blog Post Qualities to Look for In a Commercial Property Manager

Qualities to Look for In a Commercial Property Manager

Managing commercial properties in a competitive real estate market like LA County requires expertise. Each type of unit demands a different skill set, and commercial rental owners expect personalized property management services that cater to such unique requirements. At Bel...
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Blog Post Bell Properties has been closely following the updated Ca Law: California Health and Safety Code § 122318

Bell Properties has been closely following the updated Ca Law: California Health and Safety Code § ...

New California law effective January 1, 2022 imposes specific obligations on health care practitioners (HCP) in California who provide documentation relating to an individual’s need for an emotional support dog. Among other requirements, the statute says a Califor...
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Blog Post Best Tenant Retention Strategies - LA County Property Management

Best Tenant Retention Strategies - LA County Property Management

A tenant retention plan can help you increase your ROI by holding onto those great residents who pay rent on time and take care of your property. Losing a good tenant means losing consistent rent. It also invites additional expenses such as turnover maintenance, marketing fo...
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Blog Post How to Increase the Amount of Cash Flow Your LA County Rental Property Earns

How to Increase the Amount of Cash Flow Your LA County Rental Property Earns

Los Angeles County is one of the top markets for real estate investors. However, constant maintenance and upkeep are required to keep tenants happy. Several rental investment owners end up spending large amounts on maintenance, hence ending up earning a much smaller profit from t...
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Blog Post How to Reduce the Stress of Buying your First LA County Investment Property

How to Reduce the Stress of Buying your First LA County Investment Property

Given the rising demand for commercial real estate investment in California, the vast majority of people are considering purchasing a property to give on rent. Choosing the ideal rental unit, however, demands in-depth understanding of the details and the legal aspects involved in...
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Blog Post What LA County Commercial Property Owners Need to Understand about Landlord-Tenant Laws

What LA County Commercial Property Owners Need to Understand about Landlord-Tenant Laws

Commercial and residential properties are two broad types of properties based on their utility. As a result of the differences in the nature of their occupancy and functionalities, their maintenance, rent requirements, and rental laws also stand poles apart.If you're planning...
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