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California Property Management

$5,000 Rental Income Guarantee

Your residents could lose their income at any time, which could impact your steady rental cash flow. This Rental Guarantee program is unique from others you will find as it actually covers up to $5000 in risk of rental loss.
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California Property Management

$2,500 Pet
Guarantee Plan

Over 80% of rental prospects own a pet. Pet friendly properties lease 10 days faster and have a 4% lower vacancy rate. But you might want assurance that your pet friendly rentals are protected from pet damage. Under Mynd’s Pet Guarantee Plan, Mynd will cover damages up to $2500.
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California Property Management

$5,000 Eviction
Protection Plan

If your resident is unable to pay rent, you may need to evict them. This could be a very costly process. Under Mynd’s Eviction Protection Plan, we cover the court costs and legal fees up to $5,000, making sure your cash flow is steady and protected.
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The best California property management

Mynd is an investment in your investment. Our professional California management services improve your rental property and get you a qualified tenant to match. Use the cash flow from your rental to build a nationwide rental home investment portfolio, invest the profits from your rent collection back into your rental property, and more. You decide!
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Our California property management offices

San Francisco East Bay Property Management

1611 Telegraph Ave #1200
Oakland, California 94612
United States

San Francisco North Bay Property Management

1611 Telegraph Ave #1200
Oakland, California 94612
United States

San Francisco South Bay Property Management

4118 Clipper Court Fremont,
California 94538
United States

Sacramento Property Management

2012 P St., Ste. 201
Sacramento, California 95811
United States

San Diego Property Management

4445 Eastgate Mall, Suite 200
San Diego, California 92121
United States

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Frequently asked questions
How do you attract tenants in a tough market?
What cities have rent control in California?

All of California is affected by AB1482, the statewide rent control law. However, if your property is regulated by a more restrictive local rent control law, then the local rent control takes precedence over AB1482.

How much time does a landlord have to give a tenant to move out in California?

A property owner owes you 30 days written notice to move, which will also include the date on which your tenancy ends. You're allowed 60 days if you've lived in the rental property for over a year.

What is normal rental wear and tear in California?

Ordinary wear and tear is deterioration that occurs through regular usage of the rental asset. If the damage is caused by the renter's neglect, misuse, or abuse, then the damage must be paid for by the tenant. The resident manager will assess the damage by surveying the asset before and after the tenant moves in and moves out.

What is the new eviction law in California?

The Just Cause Eviction Ordinance of AB1482 states that whether you're a large corporation or just renting out a room in your house, you can't just end a tenancy at the end of its term. Instead, the tenant can renew the lease if they want. Early termination and evictions are still allowed, although you can't do anything to get your tenant to leave. 

There are exceptions. 

  • Government order.
  • You decide to stop renting it. 
  • You want to rent it to a relative or live in it yourself. 
  • The building is going to be demolished or undergo a significant improvement. 

Additionally, you must disclose these exceptions to AB1482, or you won’t be able to make use of them. 

How many days’ notice for a rent increase in California?

Tenants must receive 60 days' notice of rent increase.

Can a landlord enter your backyard without permission in California?

Your landlord cannot enter your rental home or yard without first giving you written notice and getting your written consent. The stipulation that your landlord asks for permission to enter cannot be waived when writing your lease agreement.

What is the rent law in California?

AB1482, AKA statewide rent control, impacts California single-family rentals until 2021. There are several parts to this law. 

  • Rent Control: Most rental homeowners can only increase rent by 5% plus the price of inflation described by the consumer price index (CPI).
  • Lease Agreement Disclosures: Your lease agreement must inform your tenant that their rental unit is affected by the statewide rental cap. You have to let your tenant know about the exceptions to the Just Cause Eviction Ordinance because otherwise, you can't use it. If your property is exempt because it's a single-family home, condo, or townhouse, then you need to let your tenant know, or you won't be exempted. 
  • Exemptions: There are many exceptions to AB1482. 
  • Your single-family home is exempt unless it's owned by a real estate investment trust (REIT), a corporation, or an LLC where one of the members is a corporation. 
  • If your property is new construction, it's exempt for 15 years after you get the certificate of occupancy. This is true even if you occupy some of the housing and accessory dwelling units (ADU). 
  • Student rental housing
  • Dormitories 
  • And more

Can a residential property manager sign a lease in California?

It depends. If the owner is an individual, then California property managers can sign on the landlord's behalf. However, if a company owns the investment property, then a company member must sign. 

This is true even if the residential property manager has a real estate broker's license. Either way, it's best to have the landlord's signature to minimize risk. Additionally, any addendums to the lease agreement also require additional signatures.

How much does a property manager charge in California?

The typical property management company charges 8 to 12% of collected rent. Mynd offers California property services statewide, from Los Angeles County to the Bay Area to Orange County. 

Our property management services start for as little as $79 and include:

  • 24/7 Emergency Support
  • Finding prospective tenants
  • Potential tenant screening
  • Dedicated portfolio manager
  • Digital leasing
  • Provide legal advice
  • Follow fair housing laws
  • Interact with your homeowner association if there is one
  • Electronic security deposit and rent collection
  • Financial reporting
  • Property inspections
  • Legal and compliance
  • Online portal
  • Qualified Tenant placement
  • Prospective tenant screening
  • Handling repairs, inspections, and every maintenance request
  • And more

Where does Mynd offer California property management services?

Mynd Property Management services the following areas of California, including:

And more cities that are coming soon! 

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