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Property Management

Managing property in Fullerton can be tough and time consuming. That’s where Good Life Property Management comes in. We’re dedicated to taking the hassle out of managing your residential rental properties in Fullerton, California. From finding the perfect tenants to handling rent collection and maintenance, we’ve got you covered. At Good Life Property Management, we make owning rental property easy.

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No Eviction Guarantee

If we have to evict a tenant we placed, for non-payment of rent, we will pay for the eviction up to $3,000 (which usually covers all court costs and attorney’s fees)! We will also find a new tenant for free.

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Good Pet Guarantee

At no additional cost to the owner, we will reimburse damages caused to the home above wear and tear up to $3,000 total for pet damage. Fullerton property management has never been so easy. 

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Money Back Guarantee

We stand by our word. If for any reason you are not happy with our service, neither are we. We’ll refund you up to one year of paid monthly management fees if you aren’t happy in the first year of service. We’re committed to 100% client satisfaction!

Our Fullerton Property Management Services

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About Fullerton

Located in Northern Orange County, Fullerton is a suburb 22 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. Fullerton offers a peaceful suburb feel with easy access to the metropolitan area so that you can live away from the bustle, but commute to work in the city. Fullerton is known as a dynamic community and a hub for education and innovation, as it is home to California State University, Fullerton, one of the largest universities in the state. CSU Fullerton contributes to the town’s youthful energy and has a great influence on its cultural landscape.

Downtown Fullerton is the city’s heart, blending historic charm with modern conveniences like a bustling dining scene, bars, and unique shopping experiences. For drinks and a bite, head to The Blue Door Bar, The Continental Room, The High Horse Saloon, and Zama Lounge. On the south side of Fullerton’s downtown, you can find the Santa Fe District and the iconic Santa Fe Depot, where you can hop on a train for an adventure to LA, Anaheim, Riverside, Long Beach, San Diego, and more!

Fullerton is also an outdoor haven. One of the most popular outdoor activities in Fullerton is hiking and mountain biking along its 11-mile trail, the Fullerton Loop. This trail takes you through urban areas, parks, and natural reserves with scenic landscapes to help you disconnect from the fast pace of work or school. The Arboretum and Botanical Garden at CSU Fullerton is also a popular destination for people of all ages looking to learn more about plant conservation, bird watch, and spend some quality time in nature. With 53 city parks, residents and visitors have many options to choose from, like Hillcrest Park, Laguna Lake Park, or Craig Regional Park.

Why owning rental property in Fullerton is a good investment

Many sectors, such as education and research, healthcare, and manufacturing drive Fullerton’s economy. CSU Fullerton and healthcare facilities in the area attract professionals and families seeking employment opportunities, often creating a demand for rental properties. Every year, there is an influx of students, faculty, and staff drawn to Fullerton, helping maintain a robus rental market. 

How much does Fullerton property management cost?

Every Fullerton property manager has their own unique fee structure, which can vary significantly from other Fullerton property management companies. At Good Life Property Management, we offer house, condo, and/or 2-4 units property management for an 8% monthly management fee. Alternatively, we provide multi-family (5-15 units) property management for a 6% monthly management fee. In addition to monthly management fees, we charge a $595 leasing fee, a $150 annual inspection fee, and a $195 lease renewal fee. To learn more about our Fullerton property management services and pricing, please visit our Services and Pricing

What to look for in an Fullerton Property Manager

When interviewing Fullerton property management companies, you want to make sure they offer holistic property management services. For residential properties, we recommend the following services:

  • Helping you get the property ready for renting
  • Property marketing and advertising  
  • Showing the property to prospective tenants 
  • Screening and selecting qualified tenants 
  • Leasing signing and lease management 
  • Tenant support and 24-hour emergency maintenance services 
  • Rent collection and direct deposits services
  • General maintenance and annual inspections 
  • Periodic walkthroughs 
  • Lease modifications (i.e. adding a pet to the lease) 
  • Reports, photos and financial statements 
  • Legal notices to move tenants out 

For more information on what to look for in an Fullerton property manager, check out our Proven Process.


How we market your property

We use the most popular online platforms to market your Fullerton rental property. Through paid syndications, we create listings on websites such as Zillow, Trulia, Hot pads, and 50+ more major rental sites so we can get your rental the most exposure and find the best-fit tenant. Our team will take high-quality professional pictures of your rental and create a high-definition 3D virtual tour. We also write extensive information about your rental, including, amenities, price, community features, and other important living information so we can attract good candidates. Finally, we offer 7 day showing access and support for prospective tenants. 

How we help you find the perfect rent price

Our Fullerton rental property specialists assist you in determining the best rental price for your property by conducting a thorough market analysis. This includes investigating comparable properties in the Fullerton area, examining current rental market conditions, seasonal fluctuations, and taking into account factors such as your property’s location, size, and condition. Based on this analysis, we will recommend a competitive rental price that will help you attract the right tenants for your property.

Furthermore, our Fullerton property management services include monitoring the rental market and adjusting the price for each new lease term. That way, we can ensure that your property remains competitive and generates a healthy rental income.

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Tenant Screening

The Good Tenant Screening

At our Fullerton property management company, we understand the importance of finding the right tenant. That’s why we’ve built our Good Tenant Screening process. This thorough and comprehensive process ensures that we find tenants who are reliable, responsible, and will take care of your property as if it were their own. Our screening process includes credit checks, background checks, previous landlord references, and more. We take the stress out of finding qualified tenants and give you peace of mind knowing that your property is in good hands. 

Rent Collection

We direct deposit rent to your bank account

We use online rent payment portals, automated reminders, and late payment penalties to make sure that rent is paid on time. We also have a dedicated team who will follow up with tenants who are late on their rent to ensure that payments are received as soon as possible. With us as your Fullerton property management company, you can rest easy knowing that rent collection is in good hands and that you’ll always be paid on time.


We’ve got your property maintenance covered

There are so many benefits to a well-maintained property; they rent faster, keep tenants happy, and have low turnover. That’s why we’re invested in quality maintenance and inspections of your property. Over the past 10 years, we’ve built great relationships with the best vendors in Orange County, so we can make sure your property receives affordable and quality care. We also offer 24-hour emergency maintenance services to ensure your tenants are always taken care of. Fullerton property management has never been so easy. 

Give us a call for a free consultation!

Our team is ready to help with your Fullerton property management needs. 

Adam Manly

Adam Manly

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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.

Home Prices

in Fullerton

Fullerton’s housing options range from historic charm to modern, contemporary homes. Some new developments have modern condos and give residents and investors a chance to find a property they love and that meets their specific needs. Several factors influence home prices in Fullerton, such as their proximity to educational institutions, historic districts, and downtown. Homes closer to these areas tend to have higher property values due to the demand among students, faculty, and staff.

Pros of Investing in Fullerton

The presence of CSU Fullerton and surrounding healthcare sectors creates a consistent demand for housing and a stable economy for investors. Fullerton is known for offering a well-rounded lifestyle as it consistently cares for its recreational spaces and parks. Because it is also so close to LA and other Orange County cities, Fullerton gives its residents a wide range of employment options, too!

Cons of Investing in Fullerton

Because Fullerton is a densely populated region, you might run into a lot of traffic and congested areas during peak hours. Most residents rely on single-car transportation, making some commutes and finding parking difficult. Additionally, the yearly influx of college students to the area and the demand for housing can strain the local market, drive rental prices up, and pose challenges for non-student residents to find affordable housing.

Home Prices in Fullerton

These are the year to date stats as of March 2024. For updated stats, visit Redfin’s Fullerton, CA Housing Market.

The median price of a single-family home in Fullerton – 92831, 92832, 92833, 92835


The median price of condos/townhomes in Fullerton – 92831, 92832, 92833, 92835

Rental Rates in Fullerton

These are the 2024 average rent prices in Fullerton. For monthly stats, visit Zumper.

The average rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Fullerton. 


The average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Fullerton. 


The average rent for one bedrooms in Fullerton. 

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