Halloween Safety Message from the SCV Sheriff’s

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HALLOWEEN SAFETY MESSAGE FROM SANTA CLARITA VALLEY SHERIFF’S CAPTAIN ROOSEVELT JOHNSON See the original message from the City of Santa Clarita here: http://bit.ly/1XEMBKw Halloween is this Saturday and most families are excited to participate in the long-standing tradition of children dressing in costumes and walking door-to-door throughout the community to get treats. While we are eager to observe this tradition, … Read More

Water Saving Tips During Drought

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Water Saving Tips During Drought – Keep your yard looking with as little water as possible. Dead plants, brown grass and wilting flowers, don’t necessarily conjure up the most appealing imagery. However, during this time of drought it’s important to find the best ways possible to keep your yard looking splendid and avoid letting it turn into an eyesore. Here … Read More

California Leasing Google+ Page Reviews

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California Leasing offers top notch service to every single client, and we’d like to take a moment to thank every one that has taken time out of their busy schedules to review the California Leasing Team on Google+! From our owners to our tenants, we appreciate the kind words and amazing feedback that has come through our California Leasing Google+ … Read More

Questions to Avoid During Tenant Screening

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What are some questions to avoid during tenant screening? We understand that as a homeowner, you want to find the ideal tenant for your home and that means using a stringent tenant screening process to screen every applicant that shows interest in your property. When a homeowner or property manager meets a potential tenant, there might be the curiosity to … Read More

Celebrate Earth Day Every Day!

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Earth Day is right around the corner, and the entire #California Leasing encourages all of our friends and neighbors to participate in any way possible! Now that spring is well underway, there’s no better time to clean up around the house, start a garden or find ways around your community that you can make the area where you live more … Read More

Top 5 Moving Tips to Keep You Sane!

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Moving is a tough task to endure. Trust us, we know! It’s physically exhausting, costly and can consume tons of time if not done with careful planning. Our tenants are extremely important to the entire California Leasing team, and in a recent brainstorming session, we came up with our Top 5 Moving Tips to Keep You Sane! 1. First and foremost, … Read More

California Leasing Contest Alert: Happy New Year 2015

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***CONTEST ALERT*** Happy New Year to all our friends and neighbors! We are very excited about all the amazing things that the New Year has to offer and we wanted to kick it off with a bang! You must visit our Facebook page to participate, so head on over there and participate is this very special contest alert! In this … Read More

California Leasing’s On-Line Knowledge Base

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Property management can be a tough business to navigate. That’s why California Leasing’s expert team has assembled to create California Leasing’s On-Line Knowledge Base! Our expert property managers have been doing the work of managing property for quite sometime, and our team began to realize that many of the questions we received were the beginning of the something that could be … Read More

New Driver’s License Law in California

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California Assembly Bill 60, which will take effect January 1, 2015.  This law enables undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license from the Department of Motor Vehicles without the holder presenting a birth certificate or Social Security card. Some landlords have expressed concern over how this law will effect their ability to rent their homes.  The short answer is that … Read More