San Elijo Hills Property Management & Rental Services
999 Bernardi Lane
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Rental Property Management San Elijo Hills
Utopia property management San Elijo Hills is one of largest companies to provide property management in San Elijo Hills. Our company has been providing property management in San Elijo Hills California since 2002. We are a locally owned family company that tries to provide the service our client’s desire. San Elijo Hills is one of the areas that we service, but we actually manage property throughout San Diego County. We manage single-family homes, condos, apartments, office and commercial centers. If you are interested in getting a management proposal feel free to call us. Our office can usually create a proposal in about a day depending on the property type.
Our company is the obvious choice if you have searched for property management San Elijo Hills. Property management in San Elijo Hills California is filled with many property management companies. Property management in San Elijo Hills can involve many rules and regulations. Being aware of the rules is very important so not to put our clients at unnecessary risk. An example of rule changes are, the proper notices give to have a tenant to move out of a property. How to service notices 3-day, 30-day, 60-day, notices of abandonment, 24 hour notices etc. The laws relating to these notices can change and if unaware of the rule changes the owners if doing management on their own, could be unwittingly be breaking the law. Utopia Management is constantly getting updates on legal matters because we have relationships with Real Estate attorneys.
After choosing our company, we will require you to sign a property management San Elijo Hills agreement. The management agreement is seven pages long and covers many issues that occur during property management in San Elijo Hills California. If you have any questions regarding this agreement, we love to explain our contract and how we do management. This contact is written on a month-to-month basis as we have happy owners and have no need to tie our clients down with long-term contract. Many of our competitor require owner to sign year contracts. If I were and owner hiring a manager for the first time, signing your rights to manage your property for a year period would be a scary proposition. The last requirement to perform property management in San Elijo Hills is how you would like us to handle your financial issues.
San Elijo Hills is a 1,921-acre, master-planned community in San Marcos, California, developed by San Elijo Hills Development Company and managed by HomeFed Corporation. The design of San Elijo Hills was inspired by the architecture and layout of California coastal cities that grew up in the early 1900s.
The master plan calls for a mix of 28 single-family and five attached-home neighborhoods surrounding a 70-acre towncenter that includes a 19-acre community park, two schools (elementary and middle), neighborhood retailers and services, urban-style residences and a classic town square.
The community, which welcomed its first residents in 2000, is currently more than 75 percent complete (2010). San Elijo Hills will ultimately feature 3,400 residences, including single-family homes, estates, condos and apartments.
More than half of the property (1,115 acres) has been set aside as permanent open space and includes 18 miles (29 km) of hiking/biking trails, the 200-acre Double Peak Park (a city-owned interpretive park), and a planned equestrian center.
San Elijo Hills has been honored with the most prestigious community design awards in the building industry, including the Gold Award in the “Master-Planned Community of the Year” category at “The Nationals,” a competition sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders, and a Gold Nugget Grand Award in the Community/Town Plan” category at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC). San Elijo Hills was also named “Best Master-Planned Community” at MAME, an industry competition that receives 500 entries from throughout Southern California