South King County Property Management

Let Us Manage Your South King County Rental Property

Serving Kitsap, Mason, Pierce, Snohomish, and South King County

South King County Property Management

We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and condos in the Puget Sound and surrounding area, representing properties throughout Kitsap, Mason, Pierce County, and South King County.

Benefits of using Paramount Property Management Group

  • No hassle management
  • Personalized service ­ We answer phones.
  • Progressive, cutting edge tech ­ We make it easy.
  • Industry leading marketing tools.
  • Full Reporting ­ We keep you informed with monthly automated owner reports.
  • Online owner portal access.
  • Mid-­tenancy walkthroughs. ­ We resolve issues before they become problems.
  • In­house construction division. ­ We protect your investment.
  • 24/7 maintenance request handling; including emergency requests
  • Prompt response to tenant requests
  • Full­time management ­and maintenance
  • Reduced vacancy rates
  • Reduced time on market

What we do as your South King County property manager:

  • Fill vacancies quickly
  • Advertise your rental
  • Handle tenant inquiries
  • Personalized tenant screening 
  • Background and credit investigations
  • Tenant guidance and checklists
  • Pre-move ­in property evaluations 
  • Mid-tenancy property evaluations
  • Online application processing using Appfolio
  • Lease signing and template options
  • Full service repair, within 48 hours
  • Rent collection and easy to understand reporting
  • Accounting and electronic payment transfers
  • Coordinate evictions

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South King County Area Information

South King County Property Managers

The county was formed out of territory within Thurston County on December 22, 1852, by the Oregon Territory legislature, and was named after Alabama resident William R. King, who had just been elected Vice President of the United States under President Franklin Pierce. Seattle was made the county seat on January 11, 1853.

King County originally extended to the Olympic Peninsula. According to historian Bill Speidel, when peninsular prohibitionists threatened to shut down Seattle's saloons, Doc Maynard engineered a peninsular independence movement; King County lost what is now Kitsap County, but preserved its entertainment industry. Source From Wikipedia

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