Property Management Services in Claremont, CA
Mesa Properties Inc. provides or manages all the services that individual investors need to purchase, rehabilitate and manage investment property in Claremont, CA. Our focus is on Residential Property Management, Commercial Property Management and Multi-Unit Property Management.
Before Mesa Properties was a property management company, their founder, Steve Shwetz, began purchasing and fixing up foreclosed residential real estate and either selling them or renting them out. When he failed to find a good property management company to assist in his new investment endeavors, he decided to use his experience as a 10 year owner of an international service franchise and start his own property management company. Steve and his team of licensed property managers & real estate agents are focused on being the best property management company in Claremont, California.
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The History of Claremont
Claremont is located in the eastern San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles County. According to the City of Claremont website, the Serrano Native Americans were the first known inhabitants of the Claremont area. In 1771, Mission San Gabriel Arcángel was founded during the beginning of the California’s Spanish period. Claremont was incorporated into Los Angeles County in 1907. Until World War II, citrus was the main produce of this area. After World War II, many citrus growers sold their land to housing developers. Remnants of early Spanish architecture and rich citrus groves still thrive in this college town today. Presently, Claremont is best known as the home of the Claremont Colleges. For the last 32 years, Claremont has won the National Arbor Day Association’s Tree City USA award.
Claremont's Famous Landmarks
The City of Claremont is perhaps best known as the home of The Claremont Colleges. The undergraduate colleges include Pomona College, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, and Pitzer College. The Claremont Colleges also have two graduate institutions—Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute. These highly selective colleges tend to have small class sizes with only about 7,700 total students among all the Claremont Colleges.
John R. Rodman Arboretum was created in 1984 to save indigenous vegetation from land development. Presently, the ten-acre arboretum holds sixteen gardens. While this garden is located on the Pitzer College Campus, it is also open to the public.
Opened in 1931, Padua Hills Theatre was originally a theater that featured Mexican-theme musicals. Although the theater closed in 1974, the main dining room and grounds have been renovated and are currently an event venue.
The Folk Music Center Museum has a large assortment of rare and antique musical instruments from cultures around the world. The museum also offers music lessons to students of all ages and experience levels.
Special Events in Claremont
In the summer, Memorial park hosts free Summer Movies in the Park on Tuesdays throughout July and the first week of August. This is a great opportunity to spend an evening with family and friends sitting on picnic blankets and lawn chairs watching a movie. The City of Claremont’s Spring Celebration in April provides a variety of entertainment, crafts, contests, and an egg hunt. In December, Claremont celebrates its annual Holiday Promenade and Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Claremont Village. In addition to the tree lighting and live entertainment, children can also visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Shopping in Claremont
Claremont has a wide range of shopping options. The most popular shopping destination is the Claremont Village, a collection of street-front stores that range from boutiques to popular dining options. The Claremont Village also holds The Claremont Farmers and Artisans Market every Sunday morning. This weekly Farmer’s and Artisan market provides organic produce and specialty crafts to the Claremont community. Claremont also has a variety of specialty stores. One example is Cheese Cave, a store that sells cheeses from around the world. As the first Fair Trade Town in Southern California, Claremont prides itself on its fair trade and eco-friendly shopping options. For instance, everything sold in the store The Bath Workshop is fair-trade sourced. Items include locally made hair products, soaps, and lotions. Another store, Heirloom, is a retailer and workshop where customers can create and buy items made from recycled materials.
Why We Love Doing Business in Claremont
Similar to the city of Claremont, Mesa Properties Inc. values the environment and education. We enjoy finding tenants who will fit well in your property and in the Claremont community. In Claremont, we aim to maintain harmony among tenants, property owners, and investors alike.
What Makes Us Different?
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