How to Avoid Common Lease Loopholes when Renting your LA County Home
By Bell Properties Thursday, August 26, 2021
LA County is a desirable living location for a lot of people, on account of the thriving job market, tourist attractions, and its proximity to the tech hubs of the west. As a result, there is a constant demand for rental properties in LA County. While this gives landlords t...
How to Protect Your LA County Rental from Potential Damages
By Bell Properties Thursday, June 17, 2021
Damage to your LA county rental property is likely to occur because of a tenant’s abuse or neglect, a vacancy that led to vandalism or criminal activity, or a natural disaster or catastrophe that was unanticipated. We recommend a solid insurance policy for both you and your...
Cosmetic Upgrades That Add Value to Your LA County Investment
By Bell Properties Thursday, May 20, 2021
If you’re like most real estate investors, you’re always looking for ways to increase the value of your LA County rental property. With the market still in recovery mode from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to focus on what you can control. You don&r...
Why Governor Newsom and Bell Properties Oppose Prop21
By Bell Properties Thursday, September 24, 2020
Prop 21 Will Change Rental Housing in CaliforniaAs you may know, there's a new ballot proposition that mirrors 2018's Proposition 10 and is even worse for California's rental housing industry. Proposition 21, known as the "Rental Affordability Act", will dra...
5 Benefits of Investing in L.A. Multi-Family Homes
By Bell Properties Thursday, May 7, 2020
The Los Angeles real estate market is full of diverse opportunities, especially for investors seeking rental properties. A diverse real estate portfolio is essential to investment success, and should always include a good mix of properties. Multi-family investments are a great id...
Why Communication is Key to Maximizing your ROI on your Los Angeles Investment Property
By Bell Properties Thursday, March 26, 2020
If you want to earn as much ROI as possible on your Los Angeles rental property, you need to know how to communicate. While most investors think about the rent they need to collect and the improvements they need to make in order to earn as much as possible with their investment p...
Vacancies are best avoided by Los Angeles landlords, and not just because they’re expensive. They’re also stressful and can lead you to desperately approve tenants that may not be well-qualified. When rent isn’t coming in and you’re worried about the vacan...
Analyzing the Return on Investment for Single Family Properties | LA County Property Management
By Bell Properties Thursday, March 12, 2020
The Los Angeles real estate market is full of diverse investment opportunities for buyers who want to purchase and rent out a Las County property. If you’re trying to decide between a multi-family property and a single-family home, you’ll need to crunch some numbers a...
QUESTION: Can a board be held liable if a unit owner has a permanent house guest that is dealing drugs from the unit? ANSWER: Neighbors are understandably concerned for their safety when they see a stream of strangers going into and out of a unit--some of them rough lo...
EV CHARGING STATION
QUESTION: We recently had a homeowner request permission to install an EV charging station in his garage. That wouldn’t be a problem except he wants to use it to charge a car outside his garage.
The Board feared that would represent a tr...