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Sacramento Property Managers (108)
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Ziprent Property Management- Here at Ziprent we've developed technology to ease the management process. Our full-service property management is a flat fee of $100/mo (paid when we collect rent). Our tenant placement service ... 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
openworldproperties.com- Managing multifamily apartment buildings, Commerical and Community Associations in Alameda County, San Francisco County, and Contra Costa County. Our specialty is multifamily and community associ... View full company profile
Northpoint Asset Management (Property Management)- An Inc. 5000 Business! Single Family Homes & Condos & Apartments professional PROPERTY MANAGEMENT company with office locations throughout the United States; providing quality services for over a... View full company profile
Sacramento, CA 95864
Pierman Property Management- Independent, family owned and operated, Property Management company and Real Estate Brokerage. Specializing in the management of single family homes and residential sales. View full company profile
Citrus Heights, CA 95611
Vista Group Realty & Property Management- A Full Service Real Estate Company Specializing in Residential & Commercial Property Management, Sales & Leasing in the Greater Sacramento area. We are a small firm comitted to prompt proffession... View full company profile
Laverty Chacon Commercial Real Estate- LCCRE is a commercial real estate management firm providing commercial real estate acquisition, operations, leasing and disposition services to property owners and tenants in the greater Sacramen... View full company profile
RealManage - HOA Management and Condo Management- Exceptional community management solutions provided at competitive prices with the best people, best practices and best cloud-based and mobile app technology from one of the largest and fastest g... View full company profile
Sacramento Management Companies
If you are a landlord or board member of an association, you've learned the centrality of staying on top of the day-to-day tasks for the long-term health and prosperity of your investment or association. To make sure these responsibilities are properly carried out many Sacramento owners and COA boards seek out a full-time property manager for assistance. At ManageMyProperty.com, we can aid your research and help you make an wise determination about who to work with.
The aim of this website is to give landlords the information and tools necessary to decide wisely about partnering with a property management professional. To help with your search, here are some things to ask when discussing your needs with a property management firm. Supposing you want to know what most management agreements cover, you might look over our overview of property management contracts. Hopefully the resources on this site prove to be helpful!
Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$390,500||$514,000||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||18.3%||16.8%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||22.7%||20.5%||19.2%|
Sacramento Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Sacramento stood at 7%, relatively low compared to the rest of the country. There are about 846,181 housing units, averaging $390,500 in value, 37% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Sacramento is 0.3%, slightly higher than the California average. For 23% of Sacramento tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||25.8||26.8||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.76||3.02||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.56||2.79||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$61,087||$60,498||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$29,278||$29,180||$27,466|
Sacramento Demographic Info
Sacramento has a population of 2,082,670, comprised of 760,698 households, with on average 3 members per household. Out of approximately 1,062,245 people in the civilian workforce, 985,170 (93%) were employed in 2008. 87% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 30% holding a 4 year college degree.
Sacramento Community Info
Its location on two main river ways, as well as its proximity to the Eldora National Forest, affords the residents of Sacramento, California a number of recreational activities, including sailing, fishing, kayaking, rafting, and hiking. Because the city’s climate is fairly temperate, with hot summers and wet but mild winters, citizens can enjoy their outdoor environment all year. In recent years, a movement, led by Mayor Kevin Johnson, as well as the city’s previous mayors, has been made to increase Sacramento’s dedication to improving its parks, forests, and bike lanes. The population of Sacramento continues to grow, and is currently home to more than 470,000 residents in the city proper.
Sacramento is an extremely diverse and integrated city, with Blacks and African Americans, Native Hawaiians, Hispanics, Asians, and American Indians counting for more than one third of the city. Residents enjoy a comfortable quality of life; the median household income is roughly $37,000 annually. While the largest areas of employment in Sacramento remain to be government and transportation, the city also has an economy fueled by technology-related companies. Currently more than 77% of Sacramento’s residents hold a high school diploma, and more than 15% hold a bachelor’s degree.
Partly because of its distinction as the state capital, Sacramento has developed many attractions for tourists visiting the city, including the Capital Museum. Old Sacramento, Sacramento Zoo, and Eagle Theatre are just a few of the family attractions offered by the city. Sacramento supports more than 30 theatres, museums, and galleries, as well as the Sacramento Ballet and the Sacramento Opera. Art walks take place on the second Saturday of each month.
Public transportation throughout the city is made possible through the bus system and light rail service. Interstate 80, Highway 99, Interstate 5, and Highway 50 intersect with Sacramento, making the city accessible to nearby San Francisco (90 miles from Sacramento) and Lake Tahoe (100 miles from Sacramento). Most air travel occurs through the Sacramento International Airport.
Sacramento residents have access to several major league and college level sporting events; the citizens are notoriously avid tennis supporters. The city is home to the NBA Sacramento Kings and the WNBA Sacramento Monarchs. Sacramento also hosts numerous annual festivals. Festivals include the Pacific Rim Festival, Gold Rush Days, Festival de la Familia, and the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee. Sacramento is the home of the California State Fair & the California International Marathon, which draws thousands of runners annually.