Property Management Services in Bethel Island
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Thank you for your interest in Select 1 Realty, Property Management. Our goal is to create and maintain the financial success of your property(ies) while freeing you from the day-to-day management tasks.
We offer complete and comprehensive management, marketing and maintenance services, which allow our clients to live and work around the world with confidence in Select 1 Realty's Property Management's expertise.
As you consider who should manage your investment, here are some of the services we offer:
- Advertising your property on numerous websites
- Showing 7 days a week by appointment
- Provide consultation to improve rental value of property and establish rental rate
- Extensive marketing of vacant units
- Coordinating work to prepare unit for new tenants
- Screening and selection of qualified tenants
- Preparing and executing up-to-date Rental Agreements
- Rent and Security Deposit collection
- 90 Day Guarantee of tenants
- No Management Fee is charged during vacancy
- NO Cost Evictions, Attorney supervised
- Monthly reports of all financial activity at your property, available online
- Direct deposit of all monies to your bank
- Coordinate all necessary maintenance with our Premier Vendors
- Annual inspections to protect your investment
- End of Year Financial Statements that makes tax filing easy
- Move-In and Move-Out Reports
- 24/7 Emergency Service
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Bethel Island Area Information
The first post office opened in 1898, and named for its first postmaster Franklin Cloud Bethell. The second "L" was dropped by a rather pious postal commissioner that reportedly felt it would be ungodly to allow the new location to be called "Bet Hell", and took liberties to change it to "Bethel", meaning "House of God" in Hebrew. The post office closed in 1902. A Post Office re-opened on Bethel Island in 1947.
Though it was common for the era to name the post office after the post master, and for the communities to assume the name of the post office, there are some references to the area as "Bethell" referring to the Sand Mound Ranch farm established by a coalition led by Franklin's older brother, Major Warren King Bethell, Nicholas Harris (Sheriff of San Jose) and James C. Smith. Prior "owners" of these lands were considered "land speculators" and only performed the minimum amount of improvements to reclaim the land in order to secure land patents. This may not be a fair assessment of all, since some did make an honest attempt to reclaim the lands only to be forced out by changes in governmental policy and financial constraints.