When you’re serving in the military and your orders take you out of Chula Vista, you may decide to hold onto your home. That’s a good idea – your investment is only going to increase in value, and renting it out will allow you to earn some consistent short-term income.
Renting out a Chula Vista property requires a lot of paperwork and documentation. It’s not only about staying organized – it’s also about protecting yourself and your investment.
The pandemic is not completely over of course but things are certainly looking better with vaccines widely available and infection numbers dropping. Now that some of the dust has settled and rental property owners are figuring out how to come back stronger, there’s a huge question that needs to be answered:
Service animals are protected accommodations that people with disabilities are entitled to when they rent your home. A lot of Chula Vista landlords struggle with how to define a service animal and what it means for their rental property, especially if they’ve always had a strict policy against allowing pets.
Curb appeal is a term that’s thrown around a lot when sellers are preparing to list their home on the market. They want to attract potential buyers with great curb appeal because it’s really the first impression that anyone gets of the home.
Investing in properties outside of your own market is a great way to diversify your portfolio and increase what you earn. If you’re living outside of Chula Vista but you have rental homes in this market, you’ll want to make sure you’re working with a local property manager who can help you lease, manage, and maintain your investments.