Menlo Park Property Management
We offer performance guarantees no other Menlo Park property manager does.
Other property management companies can’t fathom offering performance guarantees like SVPMG does. Our superior commitment to maximizing return on investment while minimizing owner’s risk unambiguously demonstrates why SVPMG is an industry trusted and transparent property management company. If we don’t meet or exceed our performance guarantees you don’t pay that month’s management fees. It’s that simple.
Our Menlo Park property management clients receive performance guarantees and tremendous value
- Guaranteed satisfaction or opt-out provisions
- Guaranteed top-level service or we don’t charge management fees
- Guaranteed response time to inquiries second to none
- Guaranteed payments or we don’t get paid
We aren’t just property managers paying your bills
You will be hard pressed to find a more diversified and experienced staff. SVPMG boasts a full-time real estate attorney, a full-time real estate broker, and a licensed marketing staff to bring our clients more value than our competitors! And through that unique unrivaled experience and qualifications we outperform other Menlo Park property management companies.
- We are the shepherd of your property.
- We enforce and protect your property rights.
- We maximize your investment while minimizing risks.
And we guarantee it – like no other property management company in the Menlo Park area.
Questions? In need of a property manager?
Contact SVPMG to discuss investment property strategies, or to enlist our help in managing your property in Menlo Park or any surrounding area community.
Our UNIQUE set of skills work in your favor. See how. Or call 408-559-5649 for more info
About Menlo Park
Menlo Park is a highly desirable affluent city at the eastern portion of San Mateo County, in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. It is bordered by the water’s edge of San Francisco Bay on the north and east; East Palo Alto, Palo Alto, and Stanford to the south; Atherton, North Fair Oaks, and Redwood City to the west. Menlo Park is one of the most educated cities in the state of California and the United States, with nearly 70% of its residents having earned an advanced degree. Menlo Park was ranked in the top 15 US cities in CNN’s “Best Places for the Rich and Single” to live.
Menlo Park is not very large as it has a total area of 17.4 square miles; 9.8 square miles land and 7.6 square miles water. The main street packed with commercial businesses in downtown Menlo Park is Santa Cruz Avenue, with the Menlo Center situated at its intersection with El Camino Real. The Menlo Park Civic Center’s perimeter includes Ravenswood Avenue, Alma Street, Laurel Street and Burgess Drive. The city council offices, library, police station and Burgess Park which has various recreational facilities all are in this area of the city.
Dennis J. Oliver and his brother-in-law D. C. McGlynn, purchased a 1,700-acre tract of land on the former Rancho de las Pulgas (Ranch of the Fleas) in the early 1800s. In the 1850s they erected a gate with a wooden arch bearing the inscription “Menlo Park” at the entrance to their property along El Camino Real. In 1863, the San Francisco and San Jose Rail Road named a nearby station “Menlo Park” because of this sign. This station building still stands on the platform of the current Caltrain station – site of current Chamber of Commerce. The town of Menlo Park grew up around this station, becoming a popular home for San Francisco businessmen among others. A U.S. post office arrived in 1870, and the city was finally incorporated in 1874.
In 2010, there were approximately 12,500 households in Menlo Park, out of which 4,200 (34 %) had children under the age of 18 at home.
Menlo Park Neighborhoods
Allied Arts & Downtown
West Menlo (University Heights)
Sharon Heights & Stanford Hills
North Fair Oaks
The central portions of Menlo Park are served by the Menlo Park City School District. The Belle Haven neighborhood and VA hospital are served by the Ravenswood School District. The Sharon Heights and Stanford Hills neighborhoods served by the Las Lomitas Elementary School District.
For high school, Menlo Park residents attend Menlo-Atherton High School.
Menlo Park’s economy centers around the venture capital & equity companies on Sand Hill Road, with a sprinkling of other professional service companies.
Top Employers in Menlo Park
SRI International 1,421
TE Connectivity 747
Rosewood – Sand Hill 458
Abbot Vascular 300
Pacific Biosciences 300
Menlo Park Local Websites
City Police Department
Police City Fire Department
Chamber of Commerce