California

Rent, lease, and manage residential and commercial rental properties in California with these easy-to-use template forms for landlords and property managers.


Property managers in California must be licensed real estate brokers. Anyone who is hired to rent or lease or make offers to rent or lease properties, solicits listings or tenants, is involved in lease negotiations, or collects rents on behalf of owners must have a broker's license, or must work under the direct supervision of a licensed broker.

Rental property managers must be well versed in California landlord-tenant laws, contract negotiation, business administration, accounting, advertising, insurance, and repairs and maintenance, among other things.
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