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Cypress Property Management

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Since 1983 over 3,000 owners have trusted our staff and company to represent them and their property. Management One Beachside is a very progressive management company and one that stays on the cutting edge in the property management industry. This will get you the owner top rent, rent your property quickly and holding residents accountable for rent payments and your property.

Overview of our Services

While we’re very cost conscious we’re also very value driven. After all your property is a one of your biggest investments and so our owners look at their rental property the same way they would at a serious surgery. While you want a competitive rate, just an important you want the right and best surgeon. The cost to have a top-rated property company with all the quality services that will keep your resident accountable and monitor the condition of your property is less than a cup of coffee a day.

Full Service Property Management

  • Make your property rent ready within budget to get top rent
  • Market your property and Residents must pass our 9-point screening system
  • Prepare the lease and legal documents
  • Collect the rent and security deposit
  • Maintenance repairs with fix pricing and no mark up to Management One Beachside
  • Inspect exterior monthly with a photo you can view on your phone
  • Annual inspections of the interior and exterior
  • Evict the resident if necessary and Management One Beachside Pays for it

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Cypress Area Information

Cypress Property Managers

Cypress is a city in northern Orange County, California. Cypress was originally nicknamed “waterville” due to the preponderance of artesian wells in the area. In 1956 it was incorporated at Dairy City by local dairy farmers as a means of staving off developers. After World War II, the land became to valuable for farming and ranching and slowly, the dairies sold out to housing developers during the 1960’s, by 1970 all dairies were sold. The City was renamed from Dairy City to Cypress, after the Cypress trees that were once built around the elementary school to protect it from the Santa Ana winds.

Annually the city hosts the Cypress Community Festival, currently the largest single-day birthday celebration for a city, on the 4th Saturday in July at Oak Knoll Park. A few notable natives called Cypress home including John Stamos and Tiger Woods.