Educational tool for California brokers, agents, landlords, resident managers and attorneys. The objective of this book is to fully inform the reader of federal, state, and local landlord/tenant rights and obligations. This book examines and applies the rules of leasing and renting for both residential and nonresidential income properties using sample case studies throughout the book. Included, with an explanation for their use, are all the forms and notices required by California law to establish leasing and management agencies: how to create, alter and terminate tenancies, and how to preserve rent obligations for later enforcement after evictions. These forms fully reflect the most up-to-date relevant codes, judicial decisions and practices.Fred Crane. This chapter examines a property managera#39;s responsibilities in his management of income property on behalf of an owner. This chapter discusses the hiring of a resident manager, the ... behalf of the broker perform property management services as authorized by the broker. A property managera#39;s real estateanbsp;...
|Title||:||California Real Estate Property Management|
|Publisher||:||Zyrus Press - 2007|