Certainly, when you’re looking for a San Jose property management company, you should be seeking out more than five things. However, this is a good starting point from which to begin your search. Finding the right residential management partner can seem overwhelming. If you know where to begin, however, you’ll find that you immediately gravitate towards those companies that are most aligned with your specific needs and your investment goals.
In the process of choosing a San Jose property management company, a good landlord will conduct a bit of research and ask a few questions. You’ll want to make sure you’re working with a company that has an outstanding reputation for customer service and exceptional...
The California rental market is unpredictable, and while it may be a hot seller’s market today, there’s no telling what things will look like in a month or a few months, when interest rates have begun climbing. If you’re having trouble selling your San Jose/Silicon Valley home, you might want to consider renting it out. This is much better than leaving it vacant on the market, dropping your price, or dealing with the multiple frustrations of not being able to sell it as quickly as you were hoping.
There are dozens of good reasons to rent out your San Jose property, and you’ve probably already thought about those. You’ll earn consistent rental income, hold onto an asset that’s only going to increase in value, and leverage the equity and income in your property when you need it.
Andrea G. Caldwell grew up in Northern Nevada in a farm family with a penchant for real estate. Andrea’s parents and grandparents owned rental homes and Andrea purchased her first investment when she was twenty years old.
After matriculating from the local schools of Fallon, she received her degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Business from the University of Nevada Reno. Andrea met the proverbial fork in the road in 1977 when she began her real estate career after teaching for a short time. She attained her broker’s license shortly thereafter and with a partner founded a real estate company servicing the surrounds of her local community. Nine years later after selling the firm, she crossed the state line and started her long- term career in residential property management in California.
Andrea joined a successful Century 21 sales office, where she quickly expanded their management portfolio and began to seek opportunities in networking with other property managers. As a result of that search, she and five other fellow managers founded the local chapter of the National Association of Residential Property Managers.
She eventually served as local chapter president and then rose to a national level, attaining the national presidency in 2004. Andrea holds two professional designations and continues to serve her industry through NARPM, by acting as the Education Chairperson for the local chapter and the state-wide Ambassador to the all the chapters in California. Andrea remained in the Century 21 network for thirty-three years until happily joining Aborn Properties in 2019.
Licensed in 2009, the first three years of my career in Real Estate I was working for Alain Pinel exclusively in home sales. In 2012, I had the privilege of joining Aborn Properties where I help manage a portfolio of 250 single family homes throughout Santa Clara County. Over the years I have expanded my Real Estate knowledge from home sales to home renovations, property disclosures, 1031 tax exchanges, evictions, and I am continuing education in Real Estate law. In 2017, my Real Estate experience and knowledge allowed me to qualify for my Real Estate Brokers license, making me the youngest associate Broker in Aborn Property history. Averaging 20 Real Estate transactions a year, I have the experience and expertise to make your Real Estate transaction as smooth and profitable as possible.
Joi began working with Aborn Property Management summers during High School and College, earning her Real Estate License at the age of 19. After completing her Bachelor’s Degree from Pepperdine University in 1994, she began her career at Aborn Properties. While continuing to work full time, she pursued graduate school at San Jose State University, earning an MBA in 2010.
She enjoys diverse responsibilities at Aborn Property Management including showing and leasing properties, overseeing maintenance and accounting oversight. She’s appreciative of the good relationships she has with her co-workers and clients.
Joi is very involved with the Santa Clara County Chapter of NARPM, serving on the Board since 1998 as Secretary, Vice-President and President in different years. She has been awarded NARPM’s highest individual designation, Master Property Manager (MPM), requiring extensive management experience, education and professional references.
She has also volunteered for Guide Dogs for the Blind, raising puppies for several years. The puppies were well loved at the office, as they came in as part of their training. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Medically Fragile Children’s Foundation of Northern California.
When not at work, Joi loves to travel and has been to Europe, New Zealand, Sweden, Costa Rica and Belize, as well as all over the US.
Gary has been a licensed Real Estate Agent since 1972. He started Aborn Property Management as a division of his multi-year Centurion-winning Century 21 office in the Bicentennial year of 1976. He sold the large Real Estate operation in 1991 to concentrate on the needs of our investor clients, with full service Property Management and Sale/Purchase transactions.
Gary has served as a long-time Board member of the Santa Clara County Chapter of the National Association of Property Managers (NARPM) and was the Chapter President in 1997. He has served NARPM at the National Level on the Education and Professional Standards Committees. In his role as a Realtor he has been chair of the Education Committee for the San Jose Real Estate Board and served as a long time State Director of the California Association of Realtors.
In his free time, Gary loves photography and, second to spending time with family, his favorite pastime.