Strategic Leasing Services To Reduce Vacancy In San Diego
We offer strategic leasing services to reduce the vacancy of your San Diego rental and empower you to enjoy a steady and handsome cash flow.
Say Adiós to Empty San Diego Properties With Our Leasing Services
The vacancy rate of your property and the quantity of your rental income largely depends on the quality of tenants you hire. While great tenants can set the ground for a lucrative business, bad ones can lead to severe roadblocks.
Choosing the right tenants is a must and we at Chase Pacific know how to crack the deal. We place the best tenants in your house after we vet them step-by-step and choose the ones you can totally count on.
Cohesive Leasing Services For Your San Diego Property
Rental property owners lose the most time and profits in finding the right tenants for their rental and are rarely successful. The end result is a property that stays vacant more than it should and leads to consistently high turnover costs. It’s a vicious cycle that’s difficult to break on your own.
That’s why we, at Chase Pacific, offer exclusive leasing services for our owners. It is specially designed for reducing the vacancy rates of your San Diego property, where we handle everything from finding the right tenants to the final move-in.
Comprehensive Tenant Management and Leasing For San Diego Rental Owners
Our leasing services are an effective one-stop solution for reducing the turnover rates of your rental property in San Diego.
Great tenants help you make a great rental business. So, we do everything in our power to find one for you. Through our detailed tenant screenings, we select the best-qualified renters who will be an asset to your San Diego property. You can expect:
- A well-kept home
- Timely rent payments
- Prompt maintenance requests
Our processes are deeply targeted towards lowering the vacancy of your property. We, therefore, make sure that the tenants don’t just occupy your rental quickly, but also continue to be there for an extended period of time.
Laws are the driving force of our tenant placement procedures. We ensure that every move of ours is compliant with the local, state, and federal laws including
- The Fair Housing Act (FHA)
- The Landlord-tenant Laws Of California
Our experts also stay up-to-date with the ongoing developments in the housing laws and ensure a just process at every point of our business.
After we qualify the tenants for your rental, we conduct a detailed move-in inspection. We document the current property condition so that the tenants aren’t held liable for the problems that already exist. It lets both parties begin the lease with a clean slate.
This is followed by the final step of handing over the keys to the tenant.
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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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