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Newport Beach, CA Property Management
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Overview of our Services
While we’re very cost conscious we’re also very value driven. After all your property is a one of your biggest investments and so our owners look at their rental property the same way they would at a serious surgery. While you want a competitive rate, just an important you want the right and best surgeon. The cost to have a top-rated property company with all the quality services that will keep your resident accountable and monitor the condition of your property is less than a cup of coffee a day.
Full-Service Newport Beach Property Management
- Make your property rent ready within budget to get top rent
- Market your property and Residents must pass our 9-point screening system
- Prepare the lease and legal documents
- Collect the rent and security deposit
- Maintenance repairs with fix pricing and no mark up to Management One
- Inspect exterior monthly with a photo you can view on your phone
- Annual inspections of the interior and exterior
- Evict the resident if necessary and Management One Pays for it
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Areas We Serve
Locally Owned and Grown
We're the Logical Choice for Property Management in California's Riverside & Orange Counties, Corona, and the Inland Empire
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Newport Beach, CA, Area Information
Newport Beach is a coastal city in Orange County, California. Newport Beach is known for its large, boat filled harbor and is home to the famous Balboa Peninsula. The Peninsula features two piers, Newport Beach Pier and Balboa Pier, plus the Balboa Fun Zone, an old-school amusement park with a Ferris wheel and ocean views. Newport is home to Hoag Memorial Hospital employing nearly 4,000 employees.
Newport Beach was founded by James Irvine, his brother Robert Irvine, and James McFadden during the 1800’s. At the time an acre of land could be purchased for a $1.00. Can you imagine how much that acre would be worth today?! During the early 1900s dredging of the Newport Bay estuary created several artificial islands, which are now covered with private homes. Islands include Newport Island, Balboa Island, Little Balboa Island, Collins Island, Bay Island, Harbor Island, Lido Isle and Linda Isle. There are many things to do in Newport Beach from shopping at Fashion Island, to the Orange County Museum of Art, and dining to your hearts content.