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We provide nationwide advertising on free and subscription-based sites to gain maximum exposure for your rental property. We utilize our referral base of Realtors, Current Residents, and pipeline of Prospective Residents.Get Started
We conduct an extensive 10-point screening on all residents and handle every aspect of getting your investment rented in the quickly.Get Started
We coordinate all maintenance and repairs for your rental property. We ensure all repairs are completed timely and meet our strict standards. We make no profit on repairs.Get Started
All properties receive an annual inspection. Depending on your management package, your home may also receive monthly exterior inspections.Get Started
We make sure you get paid on time, every time. Our accounting team handles all invoicing and payment processing. You receive your check quickly via ACH transfer.Get Started
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We offer a two-tiered pricing structure, Basic and Premium services. We can also customize a plan that best suits the needs for your rental property.Get Started
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Should there come a time that a tenant needs to be evicted, we will handle the eviction process. Depending on your level of service, we will even pay for the eviction up to $1200.Get Started
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Perris Area Information
Perris is a city in Riverside County, Southern California, United States, located 17.6 miles (28.3 km) south of Riverside, California, 80.9 miles (130.2 km) north of San Diego California, and 93.4 miles (150.3 km) north of the Mexican border. At the 2010 census, the city population was 68,386, up from 36,189 at the 2000 census. Perris is within the Inland Empire metropolitan area of Southern California.
The Perris Valley was actively settled in the 1880s, a boom period for Southern California. Prior to 1880, the land was used for pastures. The coming of the California Southern Railroad led to the founding of the city around the new depot. The California Southern was built through the future town site in 1882 to open a rail connection between the present day cities of Barstow and San Diego. Due to a land title dispute at Pinacate, most of its citizens moved two miles north on the railroad and established Perris in 1885. The city is named in honor of Fred T. Perris, chief engineer of the California Southern Railroad. The city of Perris was incorporated in 1911. It originally was part of San Diego County, but in 1892 was transferred to the newly established Riverside County.
Perris now incorporates Pinacate Station which is the home of the Orange Empire Railway Museum (a.k.a. "the trolley museum") - the largest operating museum of its kind on the West Coast of the United States.
The Farmer Boys restaurant chain, which has many locations throughout the Inland Empire, was started in Perris in 1981.
Perris is also known for the Rock Castle house set on a hill above town. Source From Wikipedia