San Diego Property Management 92055 – Near Pendleton
Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) is the San Diego north county property management company of choice for residential properties, rental homes, condos, townhomes and apartments for rent in Oceanside. FBS fills more residential vacancies, collects more rent and supervises more property maintenance in 92054, 92056, 92057and 92058 than other San Diego north county 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. In the early 1990s, due to a growing emphasis on north county rental homes, condos, townhomes and apartments for rent a central office for the company was established in the heart of Rancho Bernardo that is operated by local staff that specializes on FBS properties north of SR-52 and that have invested their careers at Fjellestad to be leaders in this area of San Diego property management.
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 Oceanside, CA 92054, 92056, 92057 and 92058 or a renter looking for the best rental housing alternatives within Oceanside or other San Diego north county cities there is one property manager that stands out – Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS).
These ZIP codes feature the expanding north county neighborhoods of the city of Oceanside that enjoys a 3.5 mile stretch of popular beaches along 6 miles of coastline. Oceanside started being noticed with European explorers visiting its natural harbor in 1769. San Diego’s third largest city was incorporated in 1888 with the downtown being developed shortly afterward and South Oceanside following in the 1920s and 1930s. Since the establishment of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (currently its own ZIP code; 92055) in 1942, Oceanside became home to U.S. armed forces personnel, and the wartime industry of WWII and the 1950s had an ammunition manufacturing facility in the city. After 1970 with a population of 45,000, the main focus of Oceanside was suburban development and a choice for newcomers to move in then relatively affordable housing with Vista to the east and Carlsbad to the south. Today, this city supports a growing population of 179,700 (42% renters) adjacent to the busiest military base in the U.S.
These ZIP codes have become the home base for commuters with an average 27 minutes to work in 3 directions: east via SR-78 which gives access to I-15, north and south via I-5 (45 miles to the international border and 60 miles to Disneyland; 48 miles to John Wayne Airport and 38 miles to San Diego International). Local and regional public transportation is provided by the North County Transit, the Metrolink, the Coaster and the Sprinter (modern rail link to Escondido). All of these methods of public transportation can accommodate bicycles which allows individuals so inclined to utilize the Coastal Rail Trail (44 mile regional pathway) and the more established 7 mile San Luis Rey Recreational Trail. Convenient business conference and meeting facilities along with an array of local recreational options (sports fishing, boating, whale watching, surfing, golf courses, boutique shopping and restaurants to name a few) have added additional value to regional visitors.
Rental options in Oceanside include many housing alternatives from affordable to ultra-luxury. There are large to mid-size apartment communities; small rental properties; individual condos within established condominium communities as well as a growing selection of single homes for rent sprinkled throughout these neighborhoods.