For our clients that prefer not to be involved in the day-to-day management of their property, our Full Service Program is the best choice. We will handle all the details and provide our clients with monthly reports and deposits made directly to their bank.
Proudly serving Fremont, CA and surrounding areas, including San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Castro Valley, Union City, Newark and Fremont.
What we do as your property manager:
- Extensive marketing of vacant units
- Coordinating work to prepare unit for new tenants
- Screening and selection of qualified tenants
- Preparing and executing up-to-date Rental Agreements
- Collecting rents
- Attorney supervised evictions if needed
- Monthly reports of all financial activity at your property
- Direct deposit of all monies to your bank
- Coordinate all necessary maintenance through our carefully trained maintenance staff
- Thorough annual inspections to protect your investment
- End of Year reporting that makes tax filing easy
- Cost free evictions - exclusive Eviction Protection Program when an unlawful detainer is filed (contract option)
- One month rent payment when an unlawful detainer is filed (contract option)
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With our results guarantee you don’t pay us until we show results! If we are leasing your property for you, we do all the work up front and you don’t pay us until you get a qualified tenant. That means we aggressively market and show your property, screen the tenants, handle all of the paperwork and perform a move in inspection...all before we get paid anything.
The recorded history of the Fremont area began on June 9, 1797, when Mission San José was founded by the Spaniard Father Fermin de Lasuen. The Mission was established at the site of the Ohlone village of Oroysom. On their second day in the area, the Mission party killed a grizzly bear in Niles Canyon. The first English-speaking visitor to Fremont was the renowned trapper and explorer Jedediah Smith in 1827. The Mission prospered, eventually reaching a population of 1,886 inhabitants in 1831. The influence of the missionaries declined after 1834, when the Mexican government enacted secularization.
José de Jesus Vallejo, brother of Mariano Vallejo, was the grantee of the Rancho Arroyo de la Alameda Mexican land grant. His family was influential in the Fremont area in the late colonial era, and owned and built a flour mill at the mouth of Niles Canyon. In 1846 they were visited by the town's namesake John C. Frémont, who mapped a trail through Mission Pass to provide access for American settlers into the southeastern San Francisco Bay Area. The Fremont area grew rapidly at the time of the Gold Rush. Agriculture dominated the economy with grapes, nursery plants and olives as leading crops. In 1868 the 6.8-magnitude Hayward earthquake on the Hayward Fault collapsed buildings throughout the Fremont area, ruining Mission San José and its outbuildings. Until the 1906 San Francisco earthquake caused its destruction, the Fremont area's Palmdale Winery was the largest in California. The ruins of the Palmdale Winery are still visible near the Five Corners in Irvington.