Property Management
in Dublin, CA

Top 4 Property Management Companies

Companies who earn the iPropertyManagement seal of approval have demonstrated a high standard of excellence for both owners and tenants in the field of property management.

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License #: 00647800

Amador Valley Property Management Co

#1 best rated of 4 Dublin, CA property management companies

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925-551-8700
6990 Village Pkwy #204, Dublin, CA 94568
Areas Served Dublin
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Since 1989
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Jordan Johnson Property Management

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925-362-8908
6906 Village Pkwy, Dublin, CA 94568
Areas Served Dublin, Tracy, CA
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PunePropertyManager

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408-663-4850
4482 Chancery Ln, Dublin, CA 94568
Areas Served Dublin
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one time fee equivalent to 1 month rent * A non-refundable advance fee of $100

License #: 01517753

Summit Properties Group

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925-560-1100
6694 Amador Plaza Rd, Dublin, CA 94568
Areas Served Dublin
1-10 employees BBB: A+
Since 2003
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Dublin vs Nearby Cities

Real estate prices are well above average on the coast of central California, and the housing market in Dublin offers some of the highest prices. San Francisco is less than 40 miles to the west and often features a median listing price above $1 million. Nearby Pleasanton and San Ramon offer similar prices. Dublin is just slightly more affordable with a median listing price around $900,000 much of the time. The median price per square foot in all four of these cities is often around $400 if not higher, and renters often face a median rent price well over $3,000 per month.

Residents in search of lower real estate prices can look to cities like Hayward and San Leandro. Both cities feature a median listing price around $600,000.

Dublin Property Managers

California property managers serve as legal representatives of the property owner. They are authorized to communicate with tenants in order to collect rental payments, ask questions and make decisions regarding requests for repair. Managers are often responsible for coordinating maintenance and repair activities while overseeing landscaping contractors.

Dublin Property Management Company Fees

Most property owners will pay their managers no more than 10 percent of all rent collected from the tenants. When a manager handles the marketing and screening for new tenants, they typically ask for a leasing fee as well. Operational expenses and other charges for added services may also apply.

California Landlord/Tenant Laws

  • If the electric or gas bill attached to a rental unit also covers service to other areas of the property, the landlord must disclose this information to each tenant renting that unit.
  • California landlords cannot legally charge more than twice the monthly rental rate for a security deposit.