Allied Gardens is a residential community found within the 92120 zip code. The area is about 6.7 square miles with a population of roughly 28,000, of which 35% are renters according to rental property management surveys. Allied Garden’s is full of beautiful homes & apartments as well as many small businesses and delicious eateries like Mona’s Italian Restaurant, Brothers Family Restaurant, Himalayan Curry & Grill, and Troy’s Greek restaurant just to list a few. Visitors and residents will find organic health foods at Windmill Farms and all of your everyday items at Vons. No matter which Allied Gardens property you live in, your shopping needs are just a brief drive away. Rest assured education has been a focal point of the community providing some of San Diego’s best school districts. Enjoy spending your free time in one of the many beautiful parks that are utilized and supported by the community or take a swim at the recreation center on a sunny day. Lifestyle in Allied Gardens is sure to surpass your expectations.
At Sunset Property Management & Realty we provide property management for apartments and houses and we strongly believe it is important that the properties we manage are safe, clean, energy and resource-conscious and offer a high level of curb appeal. This lends to your Allied Garden property livability rating for the area of 77%. The cost of living in Allied Gardens San Diego is nearly 20 points below the average for the county which draws many rental property tenants and home buyers alike.
Related to other topics in the San Diego rental property management industry, one question that is often posed by Allied Gardens property management clients is what is included in the monthly management fee?
Just a few of the things that you will get with Allied Gardens house property management are:
As a property management company servicing the area of Allied Gardens, we think that residents are fortunate to have Keiser Permanente Hospital and clinics in the neighborhood. Property management for houses was not always a necessity in this area, originally Allied Gardens was primarily owned by Louis L. Kelton and Walter Bollenbacher and was mostly vacant land. By 1955 they owned more than 1,000 acres that they bought from the Waring estate. They were in the general contracting business and the land was named after their business Allied Contractors. At this time in history, San Diego rental property management companies were centered closer to the ocean, since what is now Allied Gardens was largely undeveloped.