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Orange County
Property Management

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We're bringing our proven track record of successful property management to Orange County.

A decade ago, we set out on a mission to make owning rental property easy. Our success with over 1000 San Diego property owners proves it’s possible. Now, we’re bringing our expertise to Orange County.

Welcome to a different kind of property management company. One that believes that life should be enjoyed, not spent sweating the small stuff (or even the big stuff).

At Good Life Property Management, we make owning rental property easy so you can focus on the experiences, passions, and relationships that truly matter. Whether that’s travel, family time, or building your next venture, we give you the freedom to live the Good Life.

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How We're Different.

See why 1000's of Property Owners & Realtors Trust us:

We make owning rental property easy

Renting your property shouldn’t be a hassle. It should give you a greater abundance of time, money, and energy. We’ve developed a team of A-Players who have made this a reality for over 1,000 property owners.
We can do the same for you.

Why own rental property in Orange County?

Strong and Stable Market

High Quality of Life

Financial Benefits

If you don’t want the hands-on work of being a landlord, consider hiring a reputable Orange County property management company, like Good Life. We’ve spent the last decade making rental property ownership easy for over 1000+ property owners. We’re ready to do the same for you. 

Owning rental property in Orange County is Profitable and Smart

Orange County is a great place for real estate investments. High demand, good weather and a booming economy, combined with limited new construction, results in high rental prices and low vacancies. While the high cost of entry is high, the potential for passive income, tax benefits, and long-term value growth make Orange County rental properties a great investment opportunity. 

According to Census.gov, Orange County’s renter population is 43.5%. In comparison, the national average is 34.2%. With such a large renter population, you can expect a high demand for rental properties. In fact, a report by RentCafe found that Orange County has an occupancy rate of 95.7% and, on average, vacant properties have 13 competing renters at any given time. With only 0.23% of new housing construction, there are not enough homes to satisfy renters. On average, vacant properties are filled within only 40 days in Orange County.

Orange County has many desirable neighborhoods. For those looking for the perfect beach home, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, and Newport Beach offer the perfect luxury living. On the more casual end, Huntington Beach embodies the classic California surf culture. For those looking to be close to education, Irvine and Fullerton are both homes of California Universities (UC Irvine and Fullerton, respectively). Other great suburban neighborhoods include Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, San Clemente, Tustin, and Westminster.

Rent prices in Orange County tend to be some of the highest in the nation. One bedrooms tend to rent for $2,200. Two bedrooms will be closed to $3,000-$4,000. You’ll see prices rise near the coast and universities. Owning rental property can be a lot easier when using a rental management company. If you’re in search of a reliable Orange County property management company, schedule a call with us

Orange County Property Management Blogs

At Good Life Property Management, we believe that owning rental property should be a seamless and rewarding experience. 

Choosing the right company can be a game-changer for real estate investors and property owners. 

In 2024, the rental market in Orange County saw significant legislative changes aimed at protecting tenants and ensuring fairness in rental agreements.