Recipe: Slow-Cooker Pot Roast

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California Leasing Property Management shares a great recipe for Slow-Cooker Pot Roast that will be a hit with the entire family for meal prepping. Getting ready for family meals can be a challenge and we love this recipe from Taste of Home! Don’t forget to share your favorite recipes with us too!   Ingredients 1 cup warm water 1 tablespoon … Read More

Defining Wear & Tear in a Rental Home

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A hole in a plaster wall, a broken window, crayon marks on the ceiling, cabinet doors torn off their hinges—those are obviously above and beyond normal wear and tear. How about a worn place in the carpet, or tiles on the kitchen floor that is cracked or missing? That is where the tenant can claim that he does not owe … Read More

Study Tips for Back-to-School

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We’re all heading back-to-school this week, and studying can be a challenge for some students! Need some help? We’ve got your covered! 1. You don’t need ONE study space. A well-stocked desk in a quiet place at home is key, but sometimes you need variety. Coffee shops, libraries, parks, or even just moving to the kitchen table will give you … Read More

4 Benefits of Online Portals

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What are the benefits of online portals for both homeowners & residents? We’ve been offering online portals for our clients for several years, and have always felt that keeping up with the trends in property management technology is extremely useful, not only for our clients but for our team! During the COVID-19 shut down we found having online portals for … Read More

4th of July Safety Tips

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As we get ready to celebrate Independence Day, many of us plan to attend fireworks displays, a backyard picnic, or perhaps enjoy fun in the water at a waterpark, beach, or pool. The American Red Cross has assembled these helpful 4th of July Safety Tips to help you enjoy a fun-packed, safe holiday and offers these tips you can follow … Read More

What is Landlord Protection?

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What is Landlord Protection? That’s a great question! We’ve designed a special set of programs based on our over two decades of experience working with homeowners, and helping them navigate handling the very rare occurring eviction process. In over two decades of time in the real estate world, we have learned that eviction is not something that anyone looks forward … Read More

Helpful Plumbing Maintenance Tips!

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We know that maintaining a home, whether you’re a resident of a rental home or a homeowner, is the number one priority to keep your space comfortable and safe for everyone who lives there. Making sure you’re not doing anything to impede the performance of your home’s plumbing starts with making sure you’re certain of what can and cannot go … Read More

20-Minute No-Cook Family Meal

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It’s going to be so HOT this week! That’s why we thought this would be a great share for our friends & neighbors who don’t want to turn on that oven or stand over the stove. Check out this 20-Minute No-Cook Family Meal Idea that we found on EatingWell.com that has a few other ideas for easy-to-make-no-cook meals. Why we … Read More

Preventing Water Damage in Your Rental Home

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Trying to avoid major repairs in your home? Preventing water damage in your rental home starts with prevention! Whether you’re a resident living in a rental home or your own home, this is a great way to avoid any issues with potential water damage   ✅ Check under sinks in the bathrooms & kitchens for leaks or standing water ✅ … Read More

How to Cook an Egg on National Egg Day!

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So the story goes that the 100 folds in a chef’s hat represent the 100 ways to cook an egg, but is this true? Well, let’s see…there’s scrambled, over easy, over medium, over hard, poached, shirred, soft boiled, hard-boiled, pickled, baked, sunny side up; in an omelet, quiche, or frittata; etc, etc, etc. And that’s just where the egg is the … Read More