Not your typical
Property Management Co.
When it comes to San Diego property management, we go further. Period.
Welcome to a different kind of property management company. One that believes that life should be enjoyed, not spent sweating the small stuff (or even the big stuff) when it comes to your rental property. At Good Life Property Management, we make owning rental property easy. We care about you, your property, and your tenant. And we do it all, so you can Live the Good Life.
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Why own property in San Diego?
Huge Renter Population
San Diego has often been referred to as “America’s finest city.’ We agree wholeheartedly. The bustling city of San Diego is home to 1.4 million people. Roughly 45% of that are renters! San Diego’s desirable location–two hours from LA, 18 miles from the US-Mexico border, and perfect weather make it a popular place to live.
San Diego is home to some of the best beaches in the state. In North County, you’ll find cute beach towns like Carlsbad and Encinitas. These are walkable areas with nice beaches to enjoy on a summer day. Further south, you’ll hit La Jolla Shores, Pacific Beach, and Mission Beach. Mission Beach is a hot spot for tourists and is home to Belmont Park.
Lots of Property
Owning a rental property in San Diego is Profitable, Stable, and Smart
San Diego is a hot city for renters. San Diego’s average percentage of renters is 45%. The National average is 34.2%. With almost half the population choosing to rent instead of buy, there is typically a wide selection of properties for rent. In areas like downtown San Diego and UTC, you’ll find a larger number of apartments and condos. Areas like Mira Mesa, North Park, and Poway will have more single-family homes.
Since San Diego is a desirable location, many areas rent fairly quickly. This is especially the case for any properties near the beach, i.e. Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, Carlsbad, etc.
These beach areas also tend to be the most expensive. Beach views and proximity can easily tack on a few hundred dollars to the rent price. Other pricey spots include Downtown San Diego and South Park. If you’re on the hunt for more affordable units, check out Chula Vista, La Mesa, and inland North County like Vista, San Marcos, and Escondido.
Rent prices in San Diego tend to be some of the highest in the nation. All of those desirable factors make it an expensive place to live. One bedrooms tend to rent for $1,700. Two bedrooms will be closed to $2,200-$2,500. You’ll see prices rise in areas like Del Mar, Downtown, La Jolla, and areas close to universities.