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Category Archives: Property Management

Employee Spotlight – Louise Subido, Recruiting Assistant

At Bay Property Management Group, we are property management professionals focused on customer service. Furthermore, our goal is to make property ownership both a pleasurable and profitable experience for our clients. We know that our success is due to our awesome team members and how they each contribute something special to our property management company.  […]

Unlocking Prosperity: Property Management Market Growth Soaring!

Property management is a fast-growing industry, and this market growth shows no signs of slowing down. According to market research firm Beyond Market Insights (BMI) and Straits Research (SR), the US property management market is poised for exciting developments by 2032. In this article, we’ll uncover new property management market trends, growth factors, and the […]

How to Assess Water Damage in Your Basement Effectively: A Guide for Landlords

Are you aware that a silent intruder could lurk beneath your rental property, silently wreaking havoc on its value and your tenants’ well-being? Often unseen and insidious, water damage can chip away at your property’s integrity by decreasing its value by 10-20%. As a landlord, staying proactive against this hidden threat and knowing how to […]

Clean, Safe, Profitable: How Industrial Cleaners Boost Property Management

In the competitive field of residential property management, the adage “first impressions last” isn’t just a saying—it’s a business reality. The importance of maintaining a clean and welcoming environment cannot be overstated. For property managers and facility maintenance professionals, investing in industrial cleaning is not merely a matter of aesthetics—it’s a strategic business choice that […]

How to Avoid Housing Discrimination as a Landlord

It is always a landlord’s goal to find the “perfect tenant” to occupy their rental home. While performing thorough screenings of potential tenants that include background and credit checks, employment and income verifications, and even communication with previous landlords, income property owners must be careful that they avoid housing discrimination when it comes to placing […]

Tracking Rent Roll to Boost Investment Property Profits

The goal of every real estate investor is to make money! That said, tracking and evaluating that investment is critical to success. Property management firms and landlords alike turn to rent rolls as a means to do just that. So, what is a rent roll, and how will it help property owners drill down into […]

Tips for Building and Maintaining Great Landlord-Tenant Communication

Communication is the foundation of any great professional relationship. Proper landlord-tenant communication can make all the difference when it comes to a positive leasing experience. Handling tenant complaints, concerns, and calls can add stress to landlords, especially when emotions flare. So, today we help you stay on track and maintain a positive and productive experience. […]

Top Ways to Show Proof of Income for Rental Applications

Screening prospective tenants is a tedious but necessary part of being a successful landlord. Nationally, the average eviction rate is around 3%. However, according to the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program, post-COVID eviction rates could jump as high as 20% in the coming year. As job and income loss heavily weigh on renters’ minds, landlords […]

4 Rental Property Upgrades That Waste Your Time and Money


Investing in a rental home often means getting a great deal on a property that needs some upgrades. With the overall goal to make your investment property appealing in order to get the highest rent rate possible, it is sometimes necessary to go beyond fixing the required damages that exist; sometimes, you need to take […]

How to Get Your Tenants to Pay Rent on Time

Dealing with late rent payments can be frustrating and costly for landlords, especially when it’s a recurring problem. Late rent payments can even lead to more significant hassles, like going through the eviction process. That’s the last thing you want to deal with as a landlord! If you’re getting late rent payments from your tenants, […]