Contrary to modern business, we prefer a more traditional approach. We believe meeting the “old-fashioned way” via in person or over the phone is the best way to understand each other's goals, expectations, and how we prefer to start our business relationship off on the right foot!

We specialize in single family homes, multifamily units, and larger complexes. Whether you are looking for full-time service or need help in specific areas, we can do it all!

We pride ourselves on being able to keep our costs of management down for our clients.  One of our cost reductions is being able to not charge for advertising. Through our syndicate partners and social media, we have the ability to maximize exposure of your property to many local and national prospects that are in the market for a new home or apartment to rent. 

Full Service Management

Leave all the stress and worry behind with our most popular service that includes, but is not limited to:

Getting the property ready to rent, thorough screening of prospective tenants, leasing, collection of rent and security deposits, scheduling maintenance, routine utility/HOA payments, (if client prefers) providing monthly and yearly detailed income reports, property inspections (if client prefers), move out inspections, repairs and cleaning, and processing legal actions for evictions, and collections if necessary.

From beginning to end, we are there for it all!

Partial Service Management

Let us handle all the small projects you don’t have time for with our short term services such as:   

Processing tenant applications, tenant placement, short term management, lease violations, property analysis, property inspections, move-in/move-out walkthroughs, cleanup/junk removal upon vacancy,  maintenance issues, routine repairs, vendor recommendations, basic tenant problem solving, serving tenants with violations, or considering eviction proceedings.

Big or small, we can help!

Free Rental Analysis


Property Management

When to Hire a Property Manager

How do property owners attract new potential tenants? Some might contact a realtor, but the realtor is only one person, and that means that their

Read More »

Managing Multiple Properties

New property managers can easily feel overwhelmed when they start juggling a portfolio of properties. It becomes even more of a challenge when the properties are

Read More »
© 2005-2024 CProperty Management Boise, ID. All Rights Reserved