Tomorrow, Thursday, November 27th, 2014, we celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time for reflection, family, and gratitude for the many blessings we have as Americans. We will not forget all of the sacrifice required to bring the many freedoms and privileges we enjoy today.
As a property management company, we are very thankful to be able to serve our landlord and tenant customers in the Phoenix, San Diego, and Las Vegas areas. Thank you for your loyalty and patronage. We look forward to a peaceful and happy holiday season. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to serve you better.
Please note that in observance of Thanksgiving, our offices will be closed Thursday and Friday.
One of the biggest disappointments a tenant will face in a rental property transaction with a property manager or landlord is when he or she opens up that check for their returned security deposit. We’ve seen and heard about many times where tenants were not happy with the return. This is unfortunate because, as we’ve stated in previous articles about security deposits, losing a security deposit is completely preventable. Disappointment over security deposits is typically a result of the following: Continue reading “How to Get Your Security Deposit Back on a Rental”
“What is a Utilities Addendum?” This was a question recently posed to one of our offices. As a way to inform all of our landlord and tenant customers interested in this topic, we’re answering this question through our blog. Here’s our take on the utilities addendum – A utilities addendum might be something that is added to the lease for the following purpose:
Adding the monthly amount of a utility bill, usually one that can’t be placed into the tenants’ name but that they are responsible per the lease, to the monthly rent.
We want to take this moment to say “Happy Birthday” to the United States Marine Corps. Today, they turn 239 years old.
Tomorrow is Veteran’s day. The Goldenwest Management offices will be closed in observance of this day and out of respect for all those who have ever put on a uniform in defense of this great nation. Whether it be a fellow employee, a loved one, a sister/brother, parent or grandparent, we want to say thank you to you and your family.