Wayne Metz has over 35 years experience in the real estate industry; and has been active in property management since 1981. He opened Select 1 Realty Property Management in 1990 and is committed to providing quality service and the highest standard of performance to all property owners and tenants alike. He strives to attain the goals of each client by providing professional property management for their valuable real estate investments.
Wayne has achieved many awards throughout his career such as Realtor of the Year. He was a member of the CAR board of directors for 14 years, President of the Delta Association of Realtors in both 1990 and 1995, and he served as president of Cal-NARPM (Nation Association of Residential Property Managers) in 2005.
Having a well-established background makes him one of the industries veteran professionals.
I have been in the Property Management business since 1990. I have served on the board of our local Chapter of NARPM, (National Association of Residential Property Managers) for the last 7 years and have been a member since about 1999. I live locally and love the work.
Office: (925) 706-9000 x107
Cell: (925) 584-2346
ALL NON EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE REQUEST SHOULD BE DONE VIA EMAIL or USING THE REQUEST FORM ON THE WEBSITE. Requests must be in writing to be processed!
Return to [email protected]
OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Thursday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Fridays 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Call 925-706-9000 and ask to speak with the maintenance department at ext. #103.
AFTER HOURS: Call 925-706-9000 and leave a message at ext. #103 and someone will return your call.
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY: Call 888-708-0528 and the manager on duty will be paged. Please speak clearly and leave your name, phone number, property address and nature of emergency and someone will call you back.
DETERMINE IF IT IS AN EMERGENCY OR A NON-EMERGENCY.
PLEASE CALL 911 IF FIRE, DANGER, OR SMELL OF GAS (P G & E WILL ALSO HANDLE SMELL OF GAS)
EMERGENCY – Fire, flood, uncontrollable water, sewer back up, electrical problem endangering life. If no heat, Select 1 Realty recognizes this is a priority item and will make every effort to get the heat repaired as soon as possible.
NON-EMERGENCY – Air conditioning, non-working dishwasher, sprinklers, refrigerator and any minor repairs will be handled during normal business hours.
The following are problems you need to always check and handle before calling:
-The oven does not work,
Check the time bake to be sure that settings on the unit are what’s not preventing the oven to turn on. An oven set on time bake will not heat.
-Air conditioner does not work,
Check all circuit breakers, often during hot weather or if a circuit breaker overloads, it will flip off the circuit breaker to A/C.
AT ALL TIMES, WHEN STORING PESTICIDES, BE CAREFUL OF THE SAFTEY OF CHILDREN AND ANIMALS.
RODENT CONTROL – For ordinary mice, there are several common controls, which can be bought at the grocery or garden supply stores such as Deacon. If the problem persists, call Select 1 Realty.
TENANTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FOLLOWING:
A. Replacement of light bulbs.
B. Replacement of smoke alarm battery. Normally the smoke alarm will emit a beeping sound when needing a new battery.
C. Test smoke alarm every thirty days and report to Select 1 Realty if it is not working. THIS IS FOR YOUR SAFETY.
D. Keep the dwelling clean, inside and out, free of grease, mildew & cobwebs.
E. Normal insect & rodent control. Rodent control does not include rats.
F. Proper disposal of toxic waste such as oil, antifreeze, batteries, solvents.
G. Maintain exterior landscaping by mowing, trimming, weeding, fertilizing and watering. If there are sprinklers, be sure to monitor the level of water.
H. If there is a pool, it is necessary to maintain the water level.
I. Pick up all pet droppings on the property. Keep pets, if applicable from causing damage.
J. In kitchen, keep all food cleaned up, hood vent cleaned & oven cleaned regularly. If oven is a continuous clean DO NOT USE AN OVEN CLEANER. This will only ruin the continuous clean oven. Follow the instructions for self-cleaning. On regular oven use and oven cleaner.
K. Keep bathroom properly ventilated to prevent mildew. Use exhaust fan while on showering & leave on for a reasonable time afterward.
L. Christmas lights are to be displayed only during the holiday season.
M. Keep yards and side yards free of debris and unsightly junk and weeds. If sprinkler system does not cover entire yare area, tenant will be responsible for water the remainder by hand. Management has the right to hire a monthly gardening service at the tenants expense if the yard is not maintained to the standard and satisfaction of management, with a 30-day notice to tenant. Tenant understands that all exterior yard areas are subject to a monthly inspection without prior notice.
N. Pools: It is the tenant’s responsibility to maintain the pool, unless a monthly pool service has been provided and is stated in the lease. Maintenance of the pool includes, but is not limited to, keeping the correct chemical balance, water level, and vacuuming and cleaning pool weekly. Keeping pool or pool equipment in proper working order. Management has the right to hire a pool service at the tenants expense if the pool is not maintained to the standard and satisfaction of management with a 30-day notice given to the tenant. O. INVASION OF ANTS, SPIDERS, FLEAS, ETC.
Indoors – Fleas, ants, spiders, and etc. insect foggers are the most reliable. They can be purchased at any store, follow the instructions on the package. Leave property for several hours or longer if instructions suggest.
Outdoors’ – Ants, fleas, grasshoppers, snails, slugs, etc. can be controlled by any repellent that can be purchased at any hardware store. Be sure to follow directions on the package.
TENANTS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FOLLOWING CHARGES:
A. If there is a service call and a breaker is tripped.
B. When an oven is on time bake and is not defective.
C. When sewer stoppage is caused by tenant placement of debris in the line such as toys, tools, rags, diapers, feminine products, extensive toilet paper, etc.
D. Failure to report necessary repairs.
E. Failure to meet a vendor at the assigned appointment.
F. Tenant caused damage.
G. Damage caused by tenant and or tenant pet or guest.
H. Repair reported which does not require service.
I. Battery for smoke detector or battery for remote door opener.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL TENANTS TO REPORT ALL REPAIRS OR PROBLEMS IN THE PROPERTY. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN MEAN TENANTS MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INCREASED MAINTENANCE DUE TO FAILURE TO REPORT PROBLEMS. ITEMS TO BE REPORTED ARE THE FOLLOWING:
A. All toilet & Faucet leaks.
B. Plumbing problems.
C. Electrical problems.
D. Inoperative smoke detectors.
E. Roof leaks.
F. Heating & Air Conditioning problems.
G. Broken window & doors.
H. Faulty appliances supplied in property.
I. Mal-functioning sprinklers.
J. Any other necessary repair or unsafe condition.
K. Major pest control items such as bees, cockroaches, rats, & termites.
L. Needed fence repair.
Marketing Director, Graphic Design
Misty brings 20 years industry experience in Layout and Graphic Design.
She has lived in Placer County most of her life and her work expertise comes from a background in architectural, commercial, residential and memorial signage and products that can be seen throughout the greater Sacramento area.
She has a love of concept and visual design and she brings those skills to businesses and companies in various industries, helping to market and promote their brands and realize their visions, including Select 1 Realty.
Office: (925) 706-9000
Dennis is a licensed Real Estate appraiser and has headed up our Annual Inspection Program since 2013.
Property Manager BRE# 01959178
In the fall of 2013 Kim left the corporate world where she had a
dedicated progressive career in branch and sales management, field
marketing, event planning and business consulting to pursue new
opportunities in Real Estate and Fitness. She became a licensed Realtor
and Property Manager as well as starting her own Fitness & Wellness
Company. Kim is also licensed in Property and Casualty Insurance and
has been a Certified Fitness coach for over 25 years.
Kim has been an athlete all her life starting as a completive ice skater in
her younger days to competing in Ironman triathlons later in life. In her
free time, she enjoys yoga, triathlon training, spending time with family
and backpacking with her husband.
Office: (925) 706-9000
1. We will process your application. Applications can be completed online or printed and returned to our office. PLEASE REVIEW QUALIFICATIONS TO RENT document.
2. You will be advised what price range you qualify for.
3. You will be advised first of upcoming availabilities and get first choice on listings you qualify for.
4. Application fee is $35.00 per applicant. An application is needed on each occupant over 18 who will be in the property.
5. In this program, if you are approved and you accept the property, the application fee will be applied to the Security Deposit.
6. Applications will be kept on file for approximately 3 months.
Broker/Owner, RMP, CRS, GRI
Bob has accumulated a vast amount of experience in his over 25 years as
a Real Estate Broker, and the well-deserved respect of his clients and
colleagues, having assisted over 1,000 investors and families with their
real estate investment needs. He has been synonymous with business
expertise, extraordinary service and the highest level of integrity in the
real estate community.
Bob and his team are independent thinkers, dedicated to providing first
class service; whether they are assisting a first-time investor who’s buying
their first investment property or coordinating a 1031 exchange for a
seasoned investor with a portfolio of investment properties. As one client
put it, “a hard-working professional team who talks straight, and is
dedicated to making the owner’s investment make money…..”
Office: (925) 706-9000
April is a Sacramento native and has lived and worked in the area all her life. April has studied in business and her knowledge in accounting and office administration provides Select 1 Realty with a motivated and insightful work environment, ready to serve our clients needs.
She also holds a degree in science and animal medicine and possesses a great love for animals.
Her cat, Omen, is an ever-present mascot around the office.
Office: (925) 706-9000
Michael A. Jenkins
Assistant Property Manager
Office: (925) 706-9000
Senior Property Manager/Real Estate Broker
Traci is a native Bay Area resident who is passionate about social justice and helping to ensure equal access to basic human needs such as housing for all. The mother of two adult children, she currently works as a Real Estate Broker.
Over the course of her 25 year career in real estate, property management and affordable housing development, she has worked for the Oakland Housing Authority, the City of Oakland and most recently in the position of the Director of Operations for The St. Anthony Foundation in San Francisco.
She has served on non-profit Boards that focused on job
re-entry and self-sufficiency for unhoused and marginalized people in our community.
She is excited to bring her real estate knowledge and passion to help others to her role as Senior Property Manager with Pure Property Management.
Office: (925) 706-9000