Full-service Management And Maintenance For Your San Diego Property
Experience the comfort of superior property management services for your San Diego rental property.
Impeccable Management and Maintenance Services For Your San Diego Property
Chase Pacific caters to the diverse needs of San Diego property owners. In addition to maintenance, inspections, and rent collection services, we also provide effective marketing and accounting solutions for our owners, which plays an integral part in building a successful rental business.
We help you market your asset on the most result-driven platforms. Plus, our account management lets you keep a tab on the income, expenses, estimates, and other financial details of your rental.
Your Property Management Partners In San Diego
Property management can seem intimidating unless you have the right team to work for you.
Chase Pacific offers personalized and customer-centric services to our clients, executing smart strategies to ensure maximum profit and continued revenue.
Our team manages your property on various fronts, catering to each of your needs, including marketing, maintenance, rent collections, account management, and inspections.
Integrated Property Management And Maintenance Services For Your San Diego Property
Managing an investment property, while securing great returns, demands an expert approach. Entrust your property management needs to us and experience the difference that industry experts bring to the table.
Rent Collection & Communication
Collecting rent involves the recurring stress of staying attentive around that time of the month, following up with the tenants, and sometimes, dealing with delayed payments. However, with Chase Pacific, you shouldn’t have to lift a finge
We collect rents punctually, through secure modes of payment. Our team also communicates effectively with tenants from time to time, answers their queries, and tries best to resolve those at the earliest, while keeping you posted at all times.
Regular and qualitative inspections can save you from a lot of damage and unforeseen costs. To leverage this benefit, we inspect your property inside-out in different ways, including drive-bys and rental walkthroughs.
This allows us to keep a keen eye on your property and keep track of changes that occur over time. We also document the condition in great detail, to effectively identify different types of damages and maintain thorough records.
Chase Pacific provides a complete maintenance solution for your San Diego property. We don’t wait for the problem to worsen and make costly reactive repairs. Rather, we plan for a thorough preventative maintenance strategy.
We carry out routine repairs with the help of qualified contractors. Our team also caters to emergency maintenance needs with prompt responses and highly qualified resources.
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Chase Pacific is a Woman-Owned Business and a proud member of:
- The Greater San Diego Better Business Bureau (SDBBB),
- The San Diego Board of Realtors (SDAR),
- The California Association of Realtors (CAR),
- The National Association of Realtors (NAR),
- The National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM),
- The California Chapter of NARPM (CALNARPM),
- The San Diego County Apartment Association (SDCAA),
- The National Apartment Association (NAA),
- The California Apartment Association (CAA),
- Poway Chamber Of Commerce,
- Regenesis, and
- Scripps Tips
In addition, we are proud to have been listed in San Diego Business Journal’s annual “Book Of Lists” under residential property management and real estate services for the last several years.
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