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Campbell Property Management

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Here at Cal West Property Management we understand that today's property owner faces the continuous challenge of meeting new requirements and responsibilities in managing their valuable investment.

In a survey of investment property owners we discovered that our clients have very specific needs. We focus on seven essential areas for our clients.

Quick Turnover of Vacant Properties

  • Property presentation
  • Current on market conditions
  • Comprehensive database enabling us to show all the features of your home

Tenant Screening

  • Reliable tenants wanted
  • Thorough credit checks
  • Proper verification of employment and income
  • Landlord references check going back 5 years
  • Comprehensive lease agreements

Quick Response To Maintenance Requests

  • Quality vendors/contractors
  • Competitive pricing
  • Dedicated maintenance team
  • Pro-active protection through the ongoing maintenance of the home

Accurate Accounting

  • Thorough and accurate monthly statements
  • Simplified tax preparation
  • Statements can be mailed, emailed, or uploaded to owner portal

Property Assessments

  • 6 month survey for every new tenant
  • Annual assessments performed on each unit with easy to read reports

Industry-Specific Local Knowledge

  • Current on local Laws
  • Constantly educating

Benefits of Using Cal West

  • No hassle management
  • Automated owner statements
  • Online owner portal access
  • Industry leading marketing tools
  • 24/7 maintenance request handling
  • Prompt response to tenant requests

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Campbell Area Information

Campbell Property Management

Campbell was founded by Benjamin Campbell, after whom the city was named. He came to California in 1846 with his father, William Campbell. William started a sawmill in Saratoga and surveyed the cities of San Jose and Santa Clara. In 1851, Benjamin bought 160 acres (0.65 km2) in southern Santa Clara Valley and cultivated hay and grain on it. This area later became Campbell's historical downtown core.

About a third of Campbell was a part of the 1839 Alta California Rancho Rinconada de Los Gatos land grant. The Northern extent of the granted land was along present-day Rincon Avenue and across the North end of John D. Morgan Park in central Campbell. Source From Wikipedia