Item description for California Real Estate Property Management by Fred Crane...
This is California's #1 educational tool for everything you need to know about managing real estate in CA! A must-buy for brokers, agents, landlords, resident managers and attorneys! The objective of this book is to fully inform the reader of federal, state and local landlord / tenant rights and obligations. California Real Estate Property Management examines and applies the rules of leasing and renting for both residential and nonresidential income properties in hundreds of sample case studies throughout the book. These samples vividly present and resolve landlord / tenant situations encountered by owners and tenants, and real estate licensees who manage income property or perform services as leasing agents. Included, with an explanation of their use, are all the forms and notices required by California law to establish leasing and management agencies: how to create, alter and terminate tenancies, and how to preserve rent obligations for later enforcement after evictions. These forms fully reflect the most up-to-date relevant codes, judicial decisions and practices.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.6" Width: 8.4" Height: 1.2" Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Release Date May 7, 2007
Publisher Zyrus Press
ISBN 1933990082 ISBN13 9781933990088
Availability 0 units.
More About Fred Crane
From developer, broker, syndicator, to a law practice specializing in real estate issues, Crane now retains a full-time staff of researchers and writers, and is the author of numerous real estate related text books.
Fred Crane currently resides in Riverside Riverside Riversid.
Reviews - What do customers think about California Real Estate Property Management?
Great book for tenants too! Sep 4, 2008
This is a handy guide, written in understandable English and not legalese, for current and prospective property managers. Some specific examples of common real-estate management situations are spelled out to help the reader figure out what to do in similar situations. Specific sections of the California Department of Real Estate Code, the California Business and Professional Code, and prior court cases are cited when needed. Additionally, this book provides sample forms of use by landlords and property managers.
Though this is a good book for landlords and property managers, I am merely a tenant, and I bought this book as I was curious to know if my landlord was abiding by state laws and professional codes. This has been a great guide for me to know what rules my landlord should be following, and what my rights are as a tenant in California. I'll be looking into other books more specifically about tenant rights soon. Maybe I should get into property management myself someday...