We at Prime Management Group, Inc. (PRIME) are proud of the reputation we’ve been able to build over the years through not only a deeper and more intimate level customer service, but through the inarguable results we’ve been able to achieve for our clients. Our primary goal is one of empowerment – we want to help your investment excel beyond your wildest dreams by not only giving you a faster access to your funds, but also through an ability to fill vacant units much faster than the competition.
We are a full service property management firm specializing in single family and multi-family properties throughout the Los Angeles and Orange Counties. We pay close attention to detail in the everyday operation of the rental properties. We work to provide the best and most complete management services available to our property owners. We work closely with the owner to align our expertise in the industry and the owner’s objectives to produce stellar returns on your assets. Happy tenants tend to live in our units for a long time.
We offer the following services:
- Complete analysis of the rental market in the immediate area
- Full service maintenance and repair personnel available
- Licensed and insured vendors are also available
- 24/7 hotline for emergency repairs
- Payroll services for on-site resident managers
- Full tenant screening and leasing
- Frequent property inspections and reporting
- Full accounting and financial reporting
- Direct deposit of monthly rent
Our goal is to have 100% occupancy rate in every property. We accomplish this by our aggressive marketing efforts and our strict rental policies. We also strive to increase operating efficiencies through our cost reduction programs, which reduce the operating expenses.
We have a convenient Owner Portal that you can use to keep track of your assets on an ongoing basis, making sure that you don’t even have so much as a question about where you stand or what type of work is being done to help get you the biggest prize of all; the level of success you not only want but deserve.
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30 Day Rental Guarantee
If we are unable to lease your home in 30 days or less we will give you ONE month management free! This means we will WAIVE your first month management fee.
Our leasing guarantee states that if a tenant does not fulfill at least 10 months of a lease term, we will find you a new tenant for free.
For any pet that we approve, we guarantee our owners up to $1,000 in damage protection for any pet damage above and beyond what the security deposit covers.
The first Californians were Native Americans who lived in small villages known as rancherias and it is reasonable to assume that they found the area to be a profitable hunting ground. Native Americans of the area mainly ate grasses, herbs, roots, berries, nuts, or trapped small animals. As Cypress was a lush grassland fed by numerous artesian wells, one can easily envision roving bands of Gabrielinos, the dominant tribe in the area, foraging for the abundant food found in the region. The shelters of these early inhabitants of Cypress and of the area were made in a conical shape of poles covered by thatched grass or fibers. The first Californians were as scantily clad as contemporary dwellers of summertime Southern California. The women wore short shirts or petticoats of two pieces. The men usually went naked, although some did wear a breechcloth of bark or skin wrapped around the waist. In cooler weather, both sexes wore robes, usually made of rabbit skin, and they mainly went barefoot, although sandals sometimes were worn. The only mission in Orange County was at San Juan Capistrano and influenced the lives of only a small percentage of the natives in the area. The dominant Native American group in Cypress were the Gabrielinos. However, recent evidence indicates that other natives did make an intrusion, possibly out of a desire to share the abundant food the area possessed. In 1965, while excavating for the Cypress Library, (now the Boys and Girls Club), a 400-year old skeleton of a Chumash tribe member was uncovered. Similar findings were made at about the same time in Buena Park and in Long Beach. These Native Americans used plank canoes, waterproofed with brea (tar), to fish along the coast from Santa Barbara southward and among the Channel Islands. These discoveries have prompted experts to theorize that the Chumash may have frequented the old Los Coyotes drainage channel on inland hunting trips.
- Long Beach
- Baldwin Park
- La Puente
- Hacienda Heights
- La Habra Heights
- Rowland Heights
- Diamond Bar
- Chino Hills
- La Verne
- San Dimas
- West Covina
- Bell Cudahy
- Monterey Park
- South El Monte
- El Monte
- Temple City
- Sierra Madre
- San Marino
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- Buena Park
- La Palma
- Santa Fe Springs
- Bell Gardens
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