Professional Property
Management in
Santa Clara County
Phone: (408) 554-1818
Toll Free: (800) 393-1818
Fax: (408) 246-8941

1270 South Winchester Blvd., Suite 127
San Jose, CA 95128

info@calwestern.com

cupertino Property Management

We Can Help Manage Your cupertino Rental

cupertino Property Management

Cal-Western Property Management is a different type of company. We are a full service property management firm.

Our specialty is the leasing, care and maintenance of residential rental property in Silicon Valley.

Our experience ensures that vacancies are filled quickly with qualified tenants at the highest market rent possible.

What we do as your cupertino property manager:

  • Personal attention to detail
  • Thorough screening of prospective tenants
  • Rent collection / monthly disbursements
  • Financial reports monthly
  • Supervision of on-site personnel
  • Access to established suppliers and/or contractors
  • Property analysis and inspection
  • Hiring and training of personnel
  • Consultations
  • 24-hour service
  • Lease preparation / rent increases
  • Records maintenance
  • Implementation of local, state and federal regulations

We Take Pride in Offering the Following Services:

  • No start-up, rental or turnover fees
  • Fees are solely based on rents collected
  • Complete screening of prospective tenants through credit reports, rental history, references and employment verification; eviction of problem tenants
  • Extensive advertising of your property at discounted rates through our company website, newspapers and advertising websites
  • A Property Manager on call 24 hours a day, everyday
  • Computer generated monthly and annual statements with a General Ledger and Cash Flow Statement
  • A full-time maintenance staff for repairs and general maintenance

Payment, at the property owner's option, of any and all of the following:

  • Insurance
  • Property taxes
  • Utilities
  • Mortgage
  • Any other fees and/or expenses

Inquire About Our Services
(408) 554-1818



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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it typically take for you to find a qualified tenant to rent out the property?
This depends on a few factors. Competitive market price, availability/competition, condition of the property and quality of the amenities. The key is to make sure the property is priced accurately for the market and that the property is marketed through all the appropriate channels.

Are there fees for contacting maintenance staff/third-party maintenance vendors to perform repairs?
No, you would only pay the vendor for their work. Major projects may have a fee involved which would be agreed upon in advance.

How available is the property management staff to respond to tenant needs?
Our office is open Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm. In the event of an after hours or weekend emergency, we have an experienced Property Manager on call available to assist the tenants at all times.




cupertino Area Information

cupertino Property Managers

Cupertino in the 19th century was a small rural village at the crossroads of Stevens Creek Road and Saratoga-Mountain View Road (also known locally as Highway 9; later Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road, and then renamed to De Anza Boulevard within Cupertino city limits). Back then, it was known as the West Side and was part of Fremont Township. The primary economic activity was fruit agriculture. Almost all of the land within Cupertino's present-day boundaries was covered by prune, plum, apricot, and cherry orchards. A winery on Montebello Ridge overlooking the Cupertino valley region was also operating by the late 19th century.

Soon railroads, electric railways, and dirt roads traversed the West Side farmlands. Monta Vista, Cupertino's first housing tract, was developed in the mid-20th century as a result of the electric railway's construction.

After World War II, a population and suburban housing boom dramatically shifted the demographics and economy of the Santa Clara Valley, as the "Valley of Heart's Delight" was beginning to transform into "Silicon Valley". In 1954, a rancher, Norman Nathanson, the Cupertino-Monta Vista Improvement Association, and the Fact Finding Committee, began a drive for incorporation. On September 27, 1955, voters approved the incorporation of the city of Cupertino. Cupertino officially became Santa Clara County's 13th city on October 10, 1955. The first city council consisted of Ralph Lindenmayer, Werner Wilson, John Saich, R. Ivan Meyerholz and Norman Nathanson. Lindenmayer was selected as the first mayor of Cupertino a week after the September 27 election.

Areas We Serve

Cal-Western Property Management

Phone: (408) 554-1818
Toll Free: (800) 393-1818
Fax: (408) 246-8941

1270 South Winchester Blvd., Suite 127
San Jose, CA 95128
info@calwestern.com

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