Vista Property Management Services
Meet our Vista Property Management Team
- Experienced Team of Experts
- Commercial & Residential Property Support
- Hablamos Español
Our Vista Residential Property Management Services Include:
- Rent Collection from your Vista owned Home, Condo or Apartment
- Monthly Financial Reporting
- After Hours Emergency Maintenance 24/7 Call Center
- Maintenance Coordination
- Bill Payment
- Accounting and Invoice Processing
- Lease Generation and Administration
- Tenant Screening & Placement
- Property Showings
- Eviction Protection
- Move-In / Move-Out Evaluations
- Property Inspections
- Landlord – Tenant Relations
- Property Marketing and Advertising
- Legal and Regulatory Issues Management
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About Broadpoint Properties in Vista, CA
Broadpoint Properties is a full-service real estate brokerage serving home buyers, home sellers, and landlords throughout San Diego County. Our team of experienced professionals is available to assist you with all aspects of property management, including day-to-day operations, property inspections, rent collection, and more.
Located in North San Diego County and serving the entire Vista community, our Property Management Division provides full-time management services.
Our skilled property managers oversee all of the daily activities associated with ownership – including maintenance, accounting, finance, and legal issues. At Broadpoint Properties, we work as a team to seamlessly supply excellent service for all of your property management needs. Want to learn more? Contact us today!
Our Happy Clients
They are very honest and professional
"Broadpoint Properties currently manages properties for me and has helped me buy and sell at least 5 homes over the years. They are very honest and professional. While real estate sales seem to be very stressful, they seem to do and say all the right things so that the transaction seems to go along very smoothly. I would definitely recommend their services."
Ruby R., Google Review
I would definitely recommend them!
"Rented from Broadpoint for a year while we lived in Escondido and had a really good experience. The staff there was always friendly and helpful when we had questions/concerns or needed anything at all. I would definitely recommend them!"
Andrew P., Google Review
They are always in constant communication with us. Highly recommend!
"We have been a client with Broadpoint Properties for over a year now. Overwhelmed by the professionalism and timely response to our needs. Rachel and Melissa are the best! They are always in constant communication with us. Highly recommend!!!! Thanks to everyone for taking such good care of us."
Carlene S., Yelp Review
Very professional and keeps you updated!
"Used these guys in the past to help us sell a property in La Mesa and due to that positive experience we are now using their Property Management services. They are very professional and keep you updated every step of the way."
Bill S., Yelp Review
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Vista Property Management FAQs
What is property management?
Property management is the daily oversight of residential, commercial, or industrial real estate by a third-party contractor. Generally, property managers take responsibility for day-to-day repairs, ongoing maintenance, security, accounting, and upkeep of properties. Property managers (those employed by the property management company) usually work for the owners of investment properties such as apartment and condominium complexes, private homes and multi-family dwellings, commercial buildings such as retail malls, and industrial parks.
What is the role of a property management company?
The main role of our property management team in Vista is to manage daily tasks delegated to them by the owners, preserve the value of the property they manage, and generate income through rent, parking, etc.
In general, a property manager’s regular duties include: rent collection, bill payment, lease generation and administration, tenant screening and placement, eviction protection, property inspections, property valuation, property showings, move-in and move-out evaluations, landlord-tenant relations, risk management, monthly and annual accounting, maintenance coordination, accounting and invoice processing, legal and regulatory issues management, and serving legal notices.
How much do property management services in Vista cost?
The cost of property management is not set by law or any local or state regulations, so cost will vary depending on the company itself. Most property management companies decide to choose a select percentage of the rent collected every month.
What should you ask a property management company before hiring them?
It is definitely important to do your research before hiring a property manager. This includes asking lots of questions and also reading the company’s online reviews, when applicable.
Here are a few questions to ask before signing a contract with a property management company.
- How much do you charge?
- Are there any additional fees such as tenant placement fees, sign up fees, etc.?
- Do you require a reserve? If so, how much? (The property reserve is the amount held by the property management company in the Trust fund in order to pay for an emergency repair, if required.)
- How often will you contact me? Will you call me about all repairs and maintenance issues?
- How do you screen tenants?
- Where do you advertise your rentals?
- What is the process for signing up?
- What sort of things do I need to do to my income property in order to prepare it to rent?
- Where is your office located?
Do property managers need a real estate license to practice?
In the state of California, anyone advertising their services as a property manager must hold a California real estate salesperson’s license and be working under the supervision of a licensed real estate broker. Our Broadpoint Properties team in Vista includes 1, broker, 3 broker associates, and 5 agents, in addition to our administrative staff.
I recently purchased a rental property in Vista. What should I take care of first?
Owning a rental property can be a wonderful and lucrative experience; however, if this is your first rental and you are not familiar with local and state laws regarding rent, maintenance, and entering the premises, it can also be quite stressful.
Instead, many investor owners have found it best to leave the management of their income property to a property manager. Using a professional property management company can reduce headaches and free up their time, and they are able to rest assured knowing that an experienced property management company is managing their home.
Can property management companies evict the property’s tenants?
Most property management companies do not evict tenants unless they have an attorney on staff, although each company has its own policies and procedures.
At Broadpoint Properties, we have the capacity to prepare all the paperwork and service legal notices in the event an eviction is required. We’ll then work with both the owner and one of our preferred attorneys in order to assure that any necessary eviction is handled as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Do property management companies pay for maintenance/repairs?
While each property management company has different policies and procedures, in general property management companies do not pay for repairs from their own funds. Instead, they use the collected rent or the property reserve funds in order to pay any repair or maintenance bills on behalf of the owner.
How do I find a good property manager in Vista, CA?
If you want to start off on the right foot with your income property, it is important to find a property manager in Vista who is professional, experienced and has good communication skills. If you know anyone in your area who rents out a property, ask them if they use a property manager and whether they would recommend that individual.
Also, take some time to read the online reviews of the property management company—both from owners and from tenants. Then, pick up the phone and call those who you believe might be a good fit for your needs. We hope that your selection includes Broadpoint Properties in Vista, CA! Our skilled team looks forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.
About the Vista Community
Vista is a city in North San Diego County. It was incorporated on January 28, 1963. Located just seven miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, the City of Vista has a Mediterranean climate.
Vista has more than 25 educational institutions for youth, and a business park home to over 800 companies. Vista was listed as the seventh-best place in the United States for family life, based on factors such as jobs and business opportunities, education, climate, and cost-of-living in a 2008 review.
Directions to our main Property Management Office from Vista, CA.
From downtown Vista, head southeast on S Santa Fe Ave. At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on S Santa Fe Ave., then turn right onto Guajome St. Turn left onto Mercantile St., then turn right onto Pala Vista Dr. Turn left to stay on Pala Vista Dr., then turn right at the 1st cross street onto Civic Center Dr. Turn onto CA-78 East, then take exit 17C for Centre City Pkwy S. Merge onto Centre City Parkway, then use the 2nd from the left lane to turn left onto W 2nd Ave. Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto S Escondido Blvd. Our property management office will be located on the right at 451 S Escondido Blvd.
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