Property Management in San Diego
Professional, Personalized Attention for San Diego Rental Property Investors
Our San Diego Property Management Services Save You Money
For decades we have embraced the purpose of managing each owner’s investment as if it were our own. THE CHASE PACIFIC ADVANTAGE achieves property preservation, quality tenants, reduced vacancy time, and continued positive cash flow.
The Best Property Management in San Diego
Chase Pacific is dedicated to San Diego property management and real estate. We strive to deliver personalized service to both tenants and owners. We understand that your investment property is a business, and it is imperative that it runs efficiently. Good management will create an optimal investment performance.
Our dedication does not stop at the rental phase of the property.
Property Management Services for San Diego Rental Owners
We are your local and industry experts in every aspect of San Diego property management. You can count on us to handle marketing, understand real estate law, enforce California landlord-tenant matters, and respond to maintenance.
Leasing Services Reduce Vacancy
If you aren’t interested in full-service property management but you do need help finding a great tenant, we provide leasing services to the point of conducting a move-in inspection and giving keys to the tenant. Then, everything is turned over to you.
Full-Service Management and Maintenance
Our maintenance services are comprehensive and include routine repairs, emergency responses, and preventative maintenance plans. We conduct routine drive-by inspections of your property’s exterior, and we’ll schedule interior walk-throughs before, after, and during the lease period.
Project Management and Consultations
We’ll inspect the completed work and communicate with you throughout the entire process. Our consultation services are free and offered to anyone who needs help with property management and real estate questions.
Questions to Ask a Property Manager
We love educating our clients, tenants, and community members. If you need help in San Diego download our free questionnaire.
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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, 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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Should You Sell or Rent the San Diego Investment Property You Inherited?
If you’ve inherited a property, you’re likely trying to decide what you should do with it. Unless you’re interested in moving into the home yourself, you’ll either need to sell the property or hold onto it and rent it out. The decision will depend on your own...
Why You Should Hire a San Diego Property Management Company that also Offers Real Estate Services
Are you wondering whether you should hire a real estate agent or a property manager when it comes to managing your investment properties? Good news - you don’t have to choose one or the other. In fact, you’ll serve your portfolio better if you find a San Diego...
How a Partnership with a San Diego Property Management Company Can Help Increase Your Investment Portfolio
There are a number of services you should expect from a San Diego property management company. When you hire an expert, you can rely on that partner to provide leasing, tenant screening, marketing, maintenance, rent collection, and lease enforcement. Your property...
Benefits of Professional San Diego Property Management Bookkeeping
Keeping track of the income and expenses associated with your rental property is an important part of a successful investment experience. It also helps you earn a higher return because you’re less likely to make a mistake that can end up costing you more than you...
Why Communication with your Property Management Company is Key to Maximizing your ROI on your San Diego Investment Property
Investors who want to maximize the returns they earn on their San Diego rental properties often focus on increasing their rental values. They make cost-effective upgrades, adopt strategic marketing plans, and focus on tenant retention to avoid vacancy and turnover. ...
6 Things San Diego Landlords Always Look for in a Rental Property Inspection
Rental inspections are a valuable way to document the condition of your property and make sure there isn’t any deferred or unreported maintenance that needs your attention. We recommend that you inspect with a checklist and that you take a lot of pictures that you...
3 Common Maintenance Mistakes & How to Avoid Them – San Diego Property Management Advice
Mistakes are easy to make when you’re renting out a San Diego property, and one area that’s especially common for costly errors is maintenance. Most landlords and investors are not contractors, and while you might enjoy the DIY project around your own house once in a while, keeping your investment property in great condition can seem overwhelming and expensive.
5 Tasks HOA Boards Should Delegate to a San Diego Community Association Management Company
If your HOA board has decided to work with a San Diego community association management company, you will quickly see the benefits of this decision. Board members will have a lot more time and a lot less stress. It’s important to set expectations early about who is...
How to Determine Which Type of Investment Property is Right for You in San Diego
Investing in San Diego real estate offers a number of diverse opportunities. When you decide to buy real estate as an investment, you’ll find yourself asking a number of questions. Should you buy commercial space? A single-family home or a multi-family home? Do you...
Roles and Responsibilities of a San Diego HOA Board
In San Diego and across the U.S., more and more residential homes are in HOAs and community associations. This is due to new construction, increased development, and a sense that homeowners appreciate having a dedicated entity taking care of things like roads,...
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