Solana Beach Property Management

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Solana Beach Property Management

Our Mission Statement

Our Company is dedicated to being the best possible service company - as defined by the customer.

Committed to continuously strive to be known for our dedication to our fellow team members, community, and customers; and known for our honesty, friendliness, and fairness in all our business endeavors.

Our total performance will be based upon our responsibilities to the Law, respect to each other, our customers, and our personal growth.

As a team of Peak Performers, we shall pull together to provide the best measurable service excellence possible as defined by the customer.

Our Objectives

  • Listen carefully to make sure YOUR objectives are understood
  • Provide sound advice and a plan to achieve those objectives
  • Explain the rental process thoroughly
  • Discuss agency representation
  • Price your home competitively
  • Implement a proven marketing plan and discuss advertising options
  • Make every effort to rent your home promptly
  • Generate and follow-up on leads
  • Communicate consistently, so you know what to expect

We have built a dedicated team on a foundation of professionalism, ethics, and knowledge of residential and commercial properties. Each member of our team is driven by the desire for excellence. You have a team of professionals ready to go above and beyond your expectations.

Pricing Your Property+

Determining price is one of the most critical steps in preparing your home for rent. A competitively priced home often rents quickly once it is put on the market. The average turnaround time for a rental is 30-45 days.

When your home is priced right from the outset, you maximize your opportunity of reaching the most qualified tenants and obtaining top dollar.

Pricing your home correctly:

  • Can minimize on the time the property is vacant, saving you money
  • Reduces risk because overpriced homes may eliminate some prospective tenants if it is out of their price range
  • When we see your home and prepare a more complete and thorough market evaluation, we will use our knowledge of recent rentals in your surrounding areas to help price the property to receive maximum returns.

Specific marketing activities to rent your home begin the moment you sign the Agreement. From installing the “For Rent” sign to internet marketing, we are constantly working to rent your home. Our marketing plan is designed to expose your home to as many potential tenants as possible - making them aware of the key features and benefits of YOUR home.

In order to receive top dollar, you need top exposure. Our marketing plan provides you with that top exposure. This includes:

  • Listing your home on our website
  • Internet exposure across the Web using various websites
  • Installation of a “For Rent” sign
  • A custom property flyer
  • Classified ad in North County Times (paid advertising)
  • Contact prospective tenants on our reserve list
  • Feedback provided from showings

  • Tidy up the grounds, porches and garage. Keep the lawn trimmed and edged. Make sure that your yard is clean. First impressions count!
  • Your front door adds to that first impression - be sure it is scrubbed or repainted if necessary.
  • Wash windows and clean/dust window coverings.
  • If any decorating or painting is needed (especially in the kitchen), do it now!
  • Bathrooms help homes get rented. Make this room sparkle.
  • Make sure appliances, light bulbs, ceiling fans, etc. are in working condition
  • If you are still living in the unit make sure you keep things tidy. Wash dishes, make beds, put away clothes and straighten up.
  • Keep pets out of the way during showings – many people are allergic.
  • Leave the showing to the property manager.  Often the prospective tenants may get intimidated when too many people are present.  If possible, leave the house during a showing.
  • Refrain from discussing anything about the rental with a potential tenant.  Let your agent discuss price, terms, possession and other items concerning the rental. 
  • Pack away valuables, knick-knacks, guns and medicines.  The property manager will walk the house with the prospective tenants but one can never be too safe.
  • Look at your home objectively. Pretend you are seeing it for the first time, through a tenant’s eyes.  Ask yourself if you would pay what the rent is to live in your property.  Call or email me for any recommendations on how to stage the property for presentation to prospective tenants.  That is part of my expertise. I will be happy to walk through your home with you and help you “set the stage.”
  • Remember, my goal is to help you rent your home for the most amount of money, in the shortest period of time, with the least amount of inconvenience to you.
  • We only have one chance to make that good first impression!  Let’s make it happen!

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The area was first settled by the San Dieguitos, early Holocene inhabitants of the area. During the Spanish colonial era, trails heading north near Solana Beach crossed inland to avoid the marshes and inlets of the area. The George H. Jones family were the first settlers in the area now known as Solana Beach, arriving in 1886. Until 1923, the main area known as Solana Beach had been called Lockwood Mesa. When Lake Hodges Dam was built in 1917-18, the area encompassing Solana Beach began to develop rapidly. The creation of the 12,000-acre (49 km2) Santa Fe Irrigation District in 1918 ensured that the area from Rancho Santa Fe through Solana Beach would prosper and expand. The coastline from Solana Beach to Oceanside began to boom in the early 1920s. In 1922 Colonel Ed Fletcher, an early community leader and developer, purchased 140 acres (0.57 km2) at $20 per acre from farmer George H. Jones to develop the town of Solana Beach, with the help of his brother-in-law Eugene Batchelder. To provide access to the beach for the development, hydraulic water pressure was used to erode away tons of earth and create the Fletcher Cove entry and beach. This took one man three months with a fire hose, using water that was coming over the spillway at Lake Hodges Dam. The beach was opened with great fanfare including horse races on the beach on July 4, 1925. Source From Wikipedia

Areas We Service

We handle property throughout the San Diego Coastal Region

Contact Us

McLain Properties
2715 Carlsbad Boulevard
Carlsbad, CA 92008
CA BRE License #01970594

(760) 434-6161
Toll Free: (877) 99BEACH

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