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Crossover Properties, Inc- Reliable and trustworthy property management company throughout Los Angeles and Ventura County. We help Landlords with all their property management needs and give them the piece of mind that th... View full company profile
Clipper Property Management- A unique Property Management company located in Thousand Oaks. We assist in designing a property package that is tailored to our client's specific needs. Our client's enjoy the peace of mind know... View full company profile
Modern Real Estate Shop- We lease your home FAST & take care of EVERYTHING! NO COST to start-up! SIGN UP IN JUST MINUTES. SAN BERNARDINO | RIVERSIDE | LOS ANGELES | ORANGE COUNTY *** Long Term + Short Term property m... View full company profile
Belwood Properties, LLC- "That feeling you get when you hire the right property management company". We deliver high performance property management by working harder and smarter than anyone else. Family owned and operat... View full company profile
LRS Realty and Management- LRS - Trusted Experts in Property Management Since 1988 View full company profile
Hawk Management- A boutique property management firm in Los Angeles, CA. Our goal is to provide personal service to all our clients and to make their investments as profitable as they can be. View full company profile
CLM Property Management- CLM Property Management Seismic Retrofitting experts When you select CLM to manage your property, you are selecting an experienced real estate team and partner, fully licensed by the California ... View full company profile
Oxnard Management Companies
As a landlord or association board member, you've learned the centrality of being organized and following best practices for the future soundness and of your asset or community. To free up their own time many Oxnard landowners and association boards turn to a full-time property manager for help. Our directory can aid your research and help you make an informed decision about who to hire.
Provided you would like guidance on what clauses typically appear in management contracts, you might want to read our article on what to look for property management agreements. To help with the interview process, here is a list of important questions to ask about when discussing your needs with a property management company. The aim of this website is to give landowners the knowledge and tools you need to decide wisely about working with a property management professional. We hope the resources on this site prove to be helpful!
Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$621,300||$514,000||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||18%||16.8%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||22.8%||20.5%||19.2%|
Oxnard Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Oxnard stood at 3%, relatively low compared to the rest of the country. There are about 272,216 housing units, averaging $621,300 in value, 33% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Oxnard is 0.2%, slightly higher than the California average. For 23% of Oxnard tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||26.4||26.8||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||3.08||3.02||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.97||2.79||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$76,269||$60,498||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$32,555||$29,180||$27,466|
Oxnard Demographic Info
Oxnard has a population of 793,814, comprised of 257,198 households, with on average 3 members per household. Out of approximately 407,067 people in the civilian workforce, 383,771 (94%) were employed in 2008. 82% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 30% holding a 4 year college degree.
Oxnard Community Info
Located along the western edge of the Oxnard Plain, Oxnard is the largest city in Ventura County. Oxnard was found in 1903, and it is home to two large U.S. Navy bases, Port Hueneme and NAS Point Mugu. Port Hueneme is the busiest commercial port between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Oxnard is also a major transportation hub for southern California. Within the city of Oxnard, you will find Amtrak stations, Union Pacific Railroad depots, Greyhound terminals, and Metrolink, along with Oxnard Airport, which is the city's regional airport.
Based on the 2000 census, Oxnard has a population of 170,358 people, but as of 2006 according to the California Department of Finance, the city's population is sitting right at 200,000. Using the numbers from the 2000 population count, the racial makeup of the city is predominately Hispanic. In fact Hispanics make up 66.22% of the population, Whites account for 42.08% of the population, 3.78% of the population is African American, 1.26% is Native American, .41% is Pacific Islander, 7.39% is Asian, and 40.36% of the population comes from other races not listed.
At the time the census was taken, there were also 43,576 households and 34,947 families located within the city. For households the median income was $48,603, but for families the median income was $49,150. 11.4% of the families who are currently living in Oxnard are living below the poverty line, 15.1% of the entire city's population is considered to be living below the poverty line. Of the people living below the poverty line, 18.4% of them are under the age of 18, while 8.8% are over the age of 65.
The economy in Oxnard relies heavily on international trade, but Oxnard also relies on agriculture, defense, manufacturing, and tourism to keep the people in the city of Oxnard employed. Port Hueneme is not only the busiest commercial port; it is also a key port for trade with the Pacific Rim economies. Some of the biggest named companies using Port Hueneme are Del Monte Foods, BMW, Land Rover, Chiquita, and Jaguar. Energy, mainly in the form of petroleum is another big contributor to the city of Oxnard's economy, mainly because of the two large and active oil fields that are located in city.
One of the biggest attractions about the city of Oxnard is the 20 miles of scenic coastline, which paves the way for the many beaches that are in the area. At the beach, you can take part in almost any water sport you can imagine, including surfing. The only downfall to surfing along this part of the coast is that the best surf is found inside of Point Mugu, which means only people with access to the base can take advantage of the best surf in the area.