Looking for Property Management Services? Our sister company, CoSine Property Management, has been providing professional, full-service property management to San Diego investors and homeowners for over 10 years. Our flat-rate management fee of only 6% means more cash flow in your pocket.
From single unit condos all the way up to multi-family apartment buildings, we provide insights into the identification of potential investments properties, incisive negotiation strategies, legal compliance, and a smooth transaction from start to finish. By focusing on quality investments that can demand higher rents, attract more dependable tenants, and take advantage of appreciation, our investors are much more likely to see the returns they are hoping for.
Our sister company, CoSine Property Management, is an expert in acquisition, renovation, financing, and property management. We know the San Diego market, so we know which neighborhoods to be in and which ones to stay away from. CoSine Property Management provides management solutions to ensure our properties operate smoothly, increase in desirability and enhance investment value.
We wait for the right deals and right properties. Simply put, better properties and better management equal better returns. The formula is simple, but the work is hard and the time commitment is significant. That’s why we’re here. We know that you want someone to handle all aspects of your real estate investments.
In today’s competitive and rapidly changing real estate market it is more important than ever to have competent representation to successfully market and aggressively negotiate on your behalf.
Listing and selling a tenant occupied investment property can be fraught with pitfalls. We have seen many deals through from the mistakes less experienced real estate agents can make. These mistakes can end up costing you big bucks, and even open you up to serious legal liabilities and lawsuits. We are experienced at listing and selling tenant occupied properties, and know the pitfalls and how to avoid them. Working with a professional who knows the appropriate questions to ask and what to negotiate can potentially save thousands of extra dollars.