Real Estate Property Management San Diego
for the Community of San Diego
Downtown San Diego has been enjoying an urban renewal since the 1980s, beginning with the opening of Horton Plaza, the revival of the Gaslamp Quarter, and the construction of the San Diego Convention Center. The Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC), San Diego's downtown redevelopment agency, has transformed what was a largely abandoned downtown into a glittering showcase of waterfront skyscrapers, live-work loft developments, five-star hotels and a slew of cafes, restaurants and shops.
The North Embarcadero is slated to have parks in addition to a waterfront promenade. And Balboa Park will be linked to downtown with a view corridor. The recent boom in the construction of condos and skyscrapers has brought with it a gentrification frenzy, and some people are concerned that speculators have played too big a role in the condo market downtown. In the meantime, the city is committed to a "smart growth" development scheme that would increase density along transit corridors in older neighborhoods (the "City of Villages" planning concept.) Some neighborhoods are resisting this planning approach. But "mixed-use development" has had its successes, especially the award-winning Uptown Shopping Center in Hillcrest.
The latest accomplishment of CCDC has been the inauguration of PETCO Park. The once-industrial East Village adjacent to the new ballpark is now the new frontier in San Diego's downtown urban renewal. San Diego has become a major center of the emerging biotech industry. It is also home to telecommunications giant Qualcomm.
The area has long been inhabited by the Kumeyaay people. The first European to visit the region was Portuguese explorer Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, (1499 - 1543), who sailed his flagship, the San Salvador, from Navidad, New Spain. Cabrillo claimed the bay for the Spanish Empire and named the site San Miguel. In November of 1602, Sebastián Vizcaíno (1548-1624) was sent to map the California coast. He arrived with his flagship "San Diego". Vizcaíno surveyed the harbor and what is now Mission Bay and Point Loma, naming the area for the Spanish Catholic Saint St. Didacus (More commonly known as San Diego). On November 12, 1602, the first Christian religious service of record in Alta California was conducted by Fray Antonio de la Ascensión, a member of Vizcaíno's expedition, to celebrate the feast day of San Diego.
In 1769, the Presidio of San Diego (military post), which overlooks Old Town, was established by Gaspar de Portolà at almost the same time as Mission San Diego de Alcalá was founded by the Franciscan friars led by Father Junípero Serra. By 1797 the mission boasted the largest native population in Alta California (over 1,400 neophytes lived in and around the mission proper). After New Spain won its independence from the Spanish Empire in 1823, Mission San Diego de Alcalá's fortunes declined in the 1830s after the decree of secularization was enacted, as was the case with all of the missions under the control of Mexico. In 1847 San Diego was a destination of the 2000 mile march of the Mormon Battalion which built the city's first courthouse with brick. After the Battle of San Pascual, the end of the Mexican-American War and the gold rush of 1848, San Diego was designated the seat of the newly-established San Diego County and was incorporated as a city in 1850. In the years before World War I, the anti-capitalist labor union the Industrial Workers of the World conducted a free speech fight in San Diego, and was met with a brutal response.
Significant U.S. Naval presence began in 1907 with the establishment of the Navy Coaling Station, which gave further impetus to the development of the town. San Diego hosted two World's Fairs, the Panama-California Exposition in 1915 and the California Pacific International Exposition in 1935. Many of the Spanish/Baroque-style buildings in the city's Balboa Park were built for these expositions (especially for the one in 1915). Intended to be temporary structures, most remained in continuous use until they progressively fell into disrepair. All were eventually rebuilt using castings of the original facades to faithfully retain the architectural style. Downtown San Diego, seen from Horton Plaza. After World War II, the military played an increasing role in the local economy. But at the end of the Cold War the local economy experienced a downturn due to cutbacks in the local defense and aerospace industry. San Diego leaders sought to diversify the city's economy, and San Diego has since become a major center of the emerging biotech industry. It is also home to telecommunications giant Qualcomm.
San Diego Professional Property
Managers is a full service Real Estate Property Management company providing property
management in the San Diego area. San Diego Professional Property Managers is a family owned business serving the San Diego area; we are also one
of the most professional Real Estate Property Management companies in the San Diego area of California. Real Estate Property Management in San Diego in the San Diego area
is different from other places, so having specific market knowledge is
important, with 32 years experience we have that knowledge. If you are
interested in our services, you can call or email us. Or you can request
a complete proposal at www.sdppm.com/proposal.html,
which will be emailed back to you in Adobe Acrobat Format within 24 hours.
We will set an appointment with you at the property, if you are local,
so we can determine what the property will rent for, at no cost or obligation
on your part. The reason we come out to your property is that all Real
Estate is unique and each property is different and must be seen to set
a rental amount. This is a very important step in the management evaluation
You should choose San Diego Professional
Property Managers to manage your San Diego property because we will get
the job done right. Real Estate Property Management in San Diego in San Diego area of
California is difficult and needs an experienced hand. Having San Diego Professional
Property Managers manage your property in the San Diego area is very cost
effective; our owners are very amazed at the level of service they receive
from San Diego Professional Property Managers and we can attribute that
to the personal service that we are able to provide our client as a family
owned business. We don’t get the turn over that you might expect
from a large company that takes all kinds of properties such as apartments,
commercial etc. We specialize only in Single family homes and condos
of distinction. Our motto is “Professional Real Estate Property Management
doesn't cost, it pays.” Our experience with dealing with
tenants will result in a better outcome for our property owners.
Real Estate Property Management services
in the San Diego area in San Diego include advertising the property. We advertise in
the Union Tribune Newspaper, SignOnSanDiego, Craig’s
List San Diego, Military Housing and our web
site. Our web site will have from up to 15 photos of the property
so prospective tenants can see that this is a property that they want to set an appointment to see. Real Estate Property Management
in the San Diego area of San Diego California requires maintenance from time to
time. We use vendors from the San Diego area that we have used for many
years. We do not have in-house maintenance personnel so there is no worry
that we are doing maintenance just to keep an in-house staff busy. Having
maintenance done in a timely manner is an important Real Estate Property Management
service in the San Diego area that San Diego Professional Property Managers provides, so that your tenants get a quick response. The accounting department
creates financial reports for all the activity of the property. Our accounting
department is responsible for paying all the bills and sending out owner
financial statements on a monthly basis. At the end of the year you are
sent a monthly statement and a year-to-date statement that will have
everything that your tax accountant will need. Our detailed reports allow
our owners to know exactly what is happening on their properties on a
monthly basis. San Diego Professional Property Managers will monitor
all activity on your San Diego property.
There are some basic items that are needed
for San Diego Professional
Property Managers to become your property manager in the San Diego area
of California. The first item is a signed Real Estate Property Management
agreement for your San Diego property. To serve you better our owners
fill out a property information sheet. The property information sheet
lists all the amenities of the property, i.e., whether the
owner will accept pets, rental amount, and special items such as granite
counter tops, stainless steel appliances or whether the property is near
the beach or has a view. The property information sheet is sent to prospective
owners via email prior to our initial appointment. We do this so the
client will have an idea of what is important prior to our meeting. If
the owner has any questions they can ask them at this appointment or
call us anytime. For contact information, please go to http://www.sdppm.com/contactus.html.