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 AMSI - what does this stand for in property management?

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What is AMSI stands for in property management?

There are several state laws that govern property management in California. Apparently, a real estate license is required there in order to manage property. You can inquire at your local city hall ... Read More »
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If a property management company doesn't have a renter for a property who is responsible for the mortgage payment The property management company or the landlord?

That is correct. The landlord is responsible for the mortgage payment as the investment property is ultimately his (name on the deed). And I also agree with the advice given below. A competent and ... Read More »
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A property management company claims to be in contract to manage our HOA with our developer who says we have NOT formed an HOA yet and the property management wants homeowners to pay working capital?

Read your governing documents to determine the phase that your HOA is in, in the development process. Your governing documents -- typically a Public Offering Statement (POS) -- may specify that at... Read More »
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How long can a property management company hold the owner's reserve funds once the property management agreement has been terminated?

This time period may or may not have been defined in your contract. Call other property managers in the same industry in your locale, and ask the question about the time period.Then, send a letter ... Read More »
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