San Diego Property Management Firm Proves Popular For Smart Residential Investors

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - San Diego, California based Melroy Property Management has announced that they are helping more smart residential investors take advantage of current market conditions. San Diego is one of the fastest growing cities in America for smart residential investors and despite the housing market being projected to slow down in 2020, San Diego remains one of the hottest areas to invest in, with rents predicted to rise by 8.4% and properties forecast to rise by 4.7%.

Many clients rely on the firm’s expertise in residential property management as Melroy provides a comprehensive service package that takes care of all their needs. They are well placed to deal with the evolving legislation which may throw other firms, including the introduction of the first ever rent control laws in the county.

Vida Melroy, President of Melroy Property Management, says, “We know the local market intimately. We’ve weathered the ups and downs of the economy since 1969 and have the specialist knowledge our demanding investors need at their fingertips. As some other more expensive locations across America slow down, we expect to see even more interest among those looking to make a smart investment in San Diego. We believe we are the best firm to help anyone who wants to invest as an individual or company, or join a group of our investors.”

As a leader in the real estate investment industry, the firm has kept abreast of all the economic fluctuations which affect their investors, who in turn have come to rely on the firm’s insights (which are often ahead of other pundits). Any investor, regardless of size, can rely upon Melroy to guide them through the investment process and keep them apprised of current market conditions. Through their brokerage division, the firm handles sales and acquisitions of income and commercial properties, 1031 tax-deferred exchanges, and real estate development for their clients.

Melroy continues, “We have built our business on delivering the best property management services available, and we continue to take advantage of new tools to help provide superior services to our investors, our tenants, and the industry at large.”

The firm was recently featured on Street Insider, one of the leading next generation online financial news analysis services, in an article which highlighted their investment service portfolio. The article states that Melroy Property Management helps clients in establishing limited liability companies and partnerships that can prove to be successful vehicles for those who desire to generate substantial returns on their capital with minimal investment and limited liability. It also touched on their residential property management services (for both tenants and owners). Tenants who sign up through the firm’s website are able to view and pay their rent online, view and pay their bills from anywhere, and enjoy a number of other useful functions.

One of their property owners, identified as Christina, says in her online review that, “Melroy Property Management has been managing my property for over two years. They have always been attentive to issues with my property and gone out of their way to get good tenants.”

The firm has been picked by the prestigious online site, who reviewed all 233 property management companies in the San Diego area. After performing numerous evaluations on the basis of costs, customer ratings, reliability, and experience, Melroy Properties was selected as one of their “Our Picks,” which is awarded to the top 36 firms for the Best Property Management Company San Diego 2019. As part of their selection criteria, four key areas were evaluated against each property management company. These criteria included the company’s reputation, their credibility, their experience, and their professionalism.

Melroy has made a name for themselves helping renters find the best homes to meet their needs. At the same time, they go above and beyond for property owners by focusing on tenant retention, reducing vacancies as well as ensuring that their rental property investments continue to be positive financial assets. The firm also handles leasing, maintenance and renovations, accounting, and portfolio management for their clients.

Those who wish to make the most of San Diego’s current and future property market opportunities may learn more about the firm via their website here: Additionally, they may reach out to Vida Melroy of Melroy Property Management for further details, or connect with the firm through their social media channels to stay up to date with their latest news and announcements.


For more information about Melroy Property Management, contact the company here:

Melroy Property Management
Vida Melroy
(858) 780-5111
4241 Jutland Drive Suite 201
San Diego, CA 92117

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