San Diego Property Management 92110 – Old Town, Bay Park
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 Point Loma (92106); Ocean Beach, Sunset Cliffs (92107); or Old Town (92110). FBS fills more residential vacancies, collects more rent and supervises more property maintenance in 92106, 92107 and 92110 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 92106, 92107 or 92110 a renter looking for the best rental housing alternatives within 92106 (Point Loma, Loma Heights, Loma Portal, Fleetridge, La Playa, Shelter Island, Liberty Station); 92107 (Ocean Beach, Sunset Cliffs); or 92110 (Midway, Sports Arena, Bay Park, Old Town, Presidio Park): there is one property manager that stands out – Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS).
These ZIP codes are located at the west end of I-8 and probably epitomize the enduring image of San Diego more than any other: there are its military installations (NTC and MCRD) that have processed thousands of sailors and marines over the years becoming their first introduction to and lasting impression of San Diego. There is our town’s Mexican heritage that is personified in The Presidio Mission and Old Town; historic landmarks that still attract millions of visitors every year. Point Loma is a long peninsula that wraps around the entrance to San Diego’s bay and harbor. This unique sentinel of land has provided a protective gateway (Old Point Loma Lighthouse) and unparalleled vistas (Cabrillo National Monument) for San Diego explorers for hundreds of years.
92106 is generally the bay facing side of Point Loma and includes the neighborhoods of Loma Heights, Loma Portal, (Roseville) Fleetridge, La Playa, Shelter Island and Liberty Station (at the NTC site) which is adjacent to MCRD 92140. Most of these neighborhoods are accessed from Rosecrans Street (State Hwy 209) that winds up to Catalina Blvd and continues to the end of the peninsula. The current population of 92106 is 18,500 (34% renters).
92107 is generally the ocean facing side of the peninsula and usually referred to as Ocean Beach and Sunset Cliffs. Though adjacent to 92106 the vibe is quite different with a more laid back, beach town attitude that is noticeable to most visitors and attractive to many that choose 92107 as their home. Unique features include: Robb field that facilitates soccer, baseball, tennis and a popular dog park; OB Pier which is the longest commercial pier on the west coast; a weekly Farmers Market; annual Chile cook-off, street fair and Christmas parade; there is also Dog Beach which must be experienced to be fully appreciated. The current population of 92107 is 29,000 (63% renters).
92110 is at the west end of I-8 and its neighborhoods are distributed on both sides of the interstate: to the north (Bay Park and neighborhoods near USD) and to the south (Old Town, Presidio Park, the neighborhoods near Midway and the Sports Arena). The benefits to these ZIP code neighborhoods include more accessibility to major local retail, other beach areas, Mission Valley and the rest of the city. The current population of 92110 is 22,600 (56% renters).
Rental options in 92106, 92107 and 92110 include diverse housing alternatives: small apartments, beach cottages, duplexes, spacious individual homes, condo and townhomes, mid-size to very large apartment communities.