Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer County Sales & Property Management

Licensed in Real Estate for both Northern California and Northern Nevada, Cheryl Muzinich offers decades of home sales and property management. Helping her stay abreast of the ever-changing laws pertaining to housing, her active role in various professional organizations, with service on several boards, helps ensure you that she knows what she’s doing. For Tenants, she offers professional and responsive management to ensure their rental experience satisfaction.

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“Cheryl took over our rented home from a previous property manager and what an improvement! It’s obvious she loves her job. Communications were answered quickly and any issues were resolved immediately. We ended up staying in the home a lot longer than we planned, and being comfortable with the property management had a lot to do with it.“ — Review posted on Trulia.com

Cheryl is fantastic at what she does and I would recommend her to anyone!!!! She found tenants to 2 of my properties within the first week on the rental market. Her background checks are very detailed and she is very responsive when an issue arises. (Review on Trulia.com from Username: dustincorin)

Cheryl became our Property Manager two years ago. She is very personable, highly efficient, conscientious, trustworthy, follows through on everything, keeps us informed, promptly returns phone calls and/or e-mails and an all around great person. This is why we would highly recommend Cheryl if you are looking for someone to “watch over” your property. (Sandy B.)

Cheryl Muzinich has been our property manager for 6 years. She is very professional, dependable, and responds to all our needs. We are very pleased with all the help she has given us. (Review on Trulia.com by Username: kathykucala)

Cheryl is the best! She has done a fantastic job property managing my home in Lincoln California. She communicates well, it’s prompt and helpful in providing excellent service. (Review on Trulia.com by Username: MarkStock)

My wife and I suddenly found ourselves as landlords. We originally went with a company that was recommended to us but found that we were just a number to them. Cheryl was recommend from a friend in Kiwanis and we set up an appointment. From the onset we realized that we found a person that understood our needs and was very knowledgeable in the rental market. Cheryl has been our property manager for the last six years and we could not be happier with her. She takes care of everything including repairs and problems. Her screening procedures are very thorough and have saved us a lot of grief, My wife and I would absolutely recommend Cheryl for all your real estate and property manager needs. (Review on Trulia.com by Username: mdfmotherbear)

Three Signs You May Want A Property Manager

Property management – also known as real estate management or rental management – is best for owners of real estate who want professional help overseeing the financial, marketing, and maintenance of a property.

The property manager shoulders the responsibility of handling the day-to-day tasks of finding and screening qualified tenants, executing leasing or rental agreements, collecting rents, handling tenant complaints or legal issues such as evictions, building maintenance and repair, as well as a complete financial accounting and reporting to the property owner. Three signs that may lead you to seek professional guidance are:

  1. You have a general lack of experience or knowledge of all the aspects related to managing a property
  2. You’re concerned about the amount of time you have to invest in managing, marketing and maintaining the property
  3. You can’t personally oversee the property due to the distance between the rental property and your personal home

Property owners who place a premium on their time are the one’s who often see the greatest return on their investment in a property manager. The key is to choose a property manager who specializes in your specific type of property, and offers management services to fit your unique needs. Property managers typically specialize in specific property types and geographic areas. If you’re curious how else a property manager can help keep your house(s) rented, check out Ten Reasons to Hire a Property Manager.

Current Secretary for CalNARPM and Former President for the National Association of Residential Property Managers – Sacramento Chapter.

Our membership with the various associations below ensure we are not only educated, but possess knowledge of the latest changes to the industry including legal and documentation changes to ensure services to both our owners and tenants are of the highest standards.

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