San Diego Property Management 92108 – Mission Valley

Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) is the San Diego property management company of choice for residential properties, rental homes, condos, townhomes and apartments for rent in Mission Valley or Fashion Valley (92108). FBS fills more residential vacancies, collects more rent and supervises more property maintenance in 92108 than other San Diego property management companies.
Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) established its complete property management and advisory services in 1972 and has been operating rental properties throughout San Diego for independent rental owners in an exemplary manner that recognizes renters as their preferred customers as well.

The San Diego Better Business Bureau recognizes Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS) as an accredited local business and has awarded FBS an A+ rating. Read a BBB reliability report on Fjellestad. Whether you are an independent rental owner needing property management in San Diego, CA 92108 or a renter looking for the best rental housing alternatives within 92108: Mission Valley, Fashion Valley there is one property manager that stands out – Fjellestad, Barrett & Short (FBS).

The ZIP code 92108 is intersected by I-8 and is generally known as Mission Valley; a natural valley accompanying the San Diego River as it flows to the coast from high points to the east. The valley’s historic center piece is the Mission San Diego de Alcala (a National Historic Landmark) founded in 1769. The mission and the surrounding area were named for the Catholic Saint Didacus (a Spaniard more commonly known as San Diego). Until the 1950s Mission Valley was dotted with dairy farms, alfalfa fields and truck farms. For several decades the river bed provided the natural resources for the concrete and asphalt materials used to build and maintain San Diego freeways, surface streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, building foundations and slabs.

Most of Mission Valley is classified as a 100 year flood plain and some of us remember the complications caused by earlier flooding. Drainage has been improved as the centrality of 92108 could only be ignored for so long. Today these densely populated neighborhoods include several regional shopping malls, smaller shopping strips and plazas, stand alone “box stores”, office building complexes (including the offices of this newspaper), hotel circle, auto malls, a golf course and Qualcomm Stadium (71,000 seating). It should be noted that there are also immediate access points to beautiful natural sanctuaries, hiking, fishing and bike trails.

Main thoroughfares within 92108 are extremely busy and include: Fashion Valley Road, Mission Center Road, Qualcomm Way, Rancho Mission Drive, Fairmont Avenue (Extension) north and south; Friars Road, San Diego Mission Road, Rio San Diego Drive, Camino De La Reina/Camino Del Rio North, and Camino Del Rio South running east and west. Visitors and commuters have multiple accesses to major freeways that crisscross the valley. Local and regional public transportation is readily provided including trolley stations for the Green Line serving Old Town and points eastward including SDSU which make these neighborhoods convenient to students with or without autos.

The current population of the ZIP code 92108 is over 16,000 (60% renters). This population is evenly divided between male and female, mostly in their 20s and 30s (median age 32), college educated, single (68%), white – collar workers with incomes under $75,000. There are approximately 7300 houses, townhomes and condos (about 40% renters) with an additional 4500 renter-occupied apartments.

Rental options in 92108 include housing alternatives from small apartments (600 square feet) to spacious 3 Bd, ultra-luxury homes with all the modern appointments.