Good Life Property Management has become experts in Chula Vista property management over the last 7 years. As a result, we know how to effectively market and manage your Chula Vista home. We find that days on market are average when compared to other areas and vacancy is about average as well. Chula Vista property management can be challenging, but doesn’t have to be with Good Life.
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About Chula Vista
Chula Vista is a large city that occupies South San Diego county. On its west edge, you’ll find the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Rescue. On its east edge, you’ll hit Lower Otay Lake and Otay Open Space Preserve. It’s the second-largest city in the San Diego area and has roughly 250,000 inhabitants. It’s also one of the fastest growing cities, with the population having increased over 11% in the last ten years.
There are plenty of things to do in Chula Vista for the whole family. In the summer, visit Aquatica waterpark. In addition to fun water slides and attractions, you can get up close with dolphins and penguins! Just down the street from the waterpark is North Island Credit Union Amphitheater, formerly known as Mattress Firm Amphitheater. Large-scale acts typically play here, such as Lana Del Rey and Blink-182. Chula Vista is also home to the Elite Athlete Training Center, where athletes train for both the Olympics and Para-Olympics. Occasionally, adult and youth sports competitions will be held here.
In the summer, Chula Vista hosts its annual Lemon Festival. Multiple streets are shut down to make way for beer gardens, lemon-themed contests, and plenty of vendors offering food, drink, and crafts. Harborfest also takes place in the summer. Enjoy live music and check out the tastes of Chula Vista.
Chula Vista Neighborhoods Ranked by Price
The map above shows the variation in home price across Chula Vista neighborhoods. The lighter yellow areas are the cheapest and as they get darker, prices increase. Generally, North, Northeast, and East Chula Vista are the more upscale neighborhoods. Downtown Chula Vista and other areas to the west skew cheaper and would be considered B and C class zones.
Chula Vista Neighborhoods Ranked by Crime
The darker blue sections are the areas with the most crime. As you venture further away from the downtown area, the amount of crime decreases. This data is in line with the home pricing; as the home prices and rental rates increase, the crime decreases.
Future of Chula Vista
Beginning in 2019, the City of Chula Vista began work on the Bayfront Project. This project includes an RV Park (complete with a pool, spa, gym, and more), a recreational park and bike path, and eventually a hotel. The RV park is expected to be completed in summer 2020 while the hotel will begin construction around the same time.
You can expect the RV park to encourage more tourism to the area. The park will also have park model stalls, which can provide temporary housing for recreational and seasonal use. Sweetwater and Harbor Parks will likely attract more renters to the area.
How we market your Chula Vista property
When our property management company markets your Chula Vista property, we use the most popular online platforms. In other words, we create listings on websites such as Zillow, Trulia, Hot pads, and more to allow potential renters to easily find your property. We showcase extensive information about your property, including images, amenities, price, and more.
How we help you find the perfect rent price
Our property management company assists you in determining the best rental price for your property by conducting a thorough market analysis. This includes investigating comparable properties in the area, examining current rental market conditions, and taking into account factors such as your property’s location, size, and condition. Based on this analysis, we will recommend a competitive rental price that will assist you in attracting the right tenants for your property.
Furthermore, our property management company will monitor the rental market and adjust the price as needed to ensure that your property remains competitive and generates the desired rental income.
The Good Tenant Screening
At our property management company, we understand the importance of finding the right tenant. That’s why we’ve orchestrated the Good Tenant Screening. This thorough and comprehensive process ensures that we find tenants who are reliable, responsible, and will take care of your property as if it were their own. Our screening process includes credit checks, background checks, previous landlord references, and more. Trust us to take the stress out of finding a tenant and give you peace of mind knowing that your property is in good hands.
We direct deposit rent to your bank account
We use online rent payment portals, automated reminders, and late payment penalties to make sure that rent is paid on time. We also have a dedicated team who will follow up with tenants who are late on their rent to ensure that payments are received as soon as possible. With us as your property management company, you can rest easy knowing that rent collection is in good hands and that you’ll always be paid on time.
We’ve got your property maintenance covered
There are so many benefits to a well-maintained property; they rent faster, keep tenants happy, and have low turnover. That’s why we’re invested in quality maintenance and inspections of your property. Over the years, we’ve built great relationships with the best vendors in San Diego, so we can make sure your property receives affordable and quality care.
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Pros of Investing in Chula Vista
Chula Vista has a large, reliable renter pool. The combined growing population and available single family homes make for tenants that like to stay where they are, at least for a few years. There’s also a naval base nearby, resulting in many military families seeking housing.
When properties are priced right, tenants tend to stay for long periods of time. There is a large variety of homes ranging from A class area to C class areas, making it a great city for first time investors who aren’t sure what type of property they want.
Cons of Investing in Chula Vista
There’s a lot of construction going on throughout the city. This is something to be aware of when choosing a property to buy. You might find a great deal in a good neighborhood and then discover the ongoing construction nearby is driving away renters.
Because there are more available units in Chula Vista, the market is at risk of over saturation. This can make it more difficult to rent your home due to increased competition.
What to Avoid in Chula Vista Neighborhoods
When choosing where to buy your investment property, you should be on the lookout for a few things. These things can be a red flag for the kind of area you want to avoid.
- Trash in the front or backyard
- Vandalism nearby (graffiti, damaged property, etc.)
- Multiple vacant homes close by
- Poor street light; street feels unsafe
- Backs up or is close to a major highway or freeway
- Foundation issues
Chula Vista Property Tour
Chula Vista Home Prices
South Chula Vista (91911)
North Chula Vista (91910)
Eastlake Chula Vista (91913)
Northeast Chula Vista (91914)
Southeast Chula Vista (91915)
Rental Rates in Chula Vista
The average rent for a single family home.
The average rent for a condo.
The average rent for a one bedroom apartment/condo.
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