San Diego Property Management 91909 – Chula Vista and South Bay Communities
Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) is the San Diego property management company of choice for residential properties, rental homes, condos, townhomes and apartments for rent in Chula Vista and South Bay Communities (91909, 91910, 91911, 91912, 91913, 91914, 91915, 91921, and 92154). FBS fills more residential vacancies, collects more rent and supervises more property maintenance in 91909, 91910, 91911, 91912, 91913, 91914, 91915, 91921, and 92154 than other San Diego property management companies.
Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) established its complete property management and advisory services in 1972 and has been operating rental properties throughout San Diego for independent rental owners in an exemplary manner that recognizes renters as their preferred customers as well.
The San Diego Better Business Bureau recognizes Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) as an accredited local business and has awarded FBS an A+ rating. Read a BBB reliability report on Fjellestad. Whether you are an independent rental owner needing property management in San Diego, CA 91909, 91910, 91911, 91912, 91913, 91914, 91915, 91921, and 92154, a renter looking for the best rental housing alternatives within Chula Vista, Bonita, Otay Ranch, Lomas Verdes, Rancho Del Rey, Eastlake, Otay Mesa and other South Bay Communities; there is one property manager that stands out – Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS).
These ZIP codes encompass the municipality of Chula Vista, the second largest city in San Diego county and 14th in the state. In addition there are the surrounding communities of Bonita, Otay Ranch, Lomas Verdes, Rancho Del Rey, Eastlake and Otay Mesa.
Chula Vista has a rich Spanish heritage going back to local land grants beginning in 1795. This influence is still evident in local households where the current median age is 33 years and Spanish is spoken in nearly half of these homes. The name is roughly translated “beautiful view” and the town was created during the land boom of the 1880s. The completion of the Sweetwater Dam (1888) brought needed water to farms and residents. Agricultural business was further assisted by a railroad built to connect San Diego, National City, Chula Vista and Otay. Chula Vista was formally incorporated in 1911.
During WWII and after, this area experienced industrial (Rohr relocated here just before Pearl Harbor and employed over 9000 at its peak) and residential population growth that continues in this century at a fast pace with thousands of new homes being built in these South Bay communities. The South Bay Expressway, which is a toll-road extension of SR-125 that has or will connect I-805 and I-905 with SR-54 and creating easy access to San Diego East County; I-8 and SR-94. Much effort has also gone into providing public transit throughout the South County, with San Diego to the north, and Tijuana to the south. All of this connectivity is vital to a population well over 300,000; 228,000 in Chula Vista (42% renters) and 82,000 in the San Diego Zip code of 92154 (35% renters).
Fame came to the area when Park View Little League won the 2009 Little League World Series. In addition, 4000 elite athletes each year receive the coaching, support and facilities of the U.S. Olympic Training Center that is located on a 150-acre complex adjacent to Lower Otay Lake.
Rental options abound in the City of Chula Vista and South Bay Communities including: older rental properties, mid-size and large apartment communities (affordable – luxury), and an increasing number of individual condos and single homes to rent.