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Scott Properties Group (SPG) is a proactive property management firm specializing in Residential and Commercial properties, including multi-family residential communities, retail, office, and industrial. We service the Los Angeles area and throughout Southern California.
Scott Properties Group believes that property management, is the understanding of lots of moving parts. The strengths and weaknesses of the property, the goals of Ownership, the needs of the tenants, the relationships of your vendors and the ethics in which you deal with your brokerage community.
We believe that we offer an unsurpassed knowledge, ethics and professionalism to achieve these goals.
Scott Properties Group truly understands property management from the owner's perspective, always keeping an eye on the bottom line. Specifically, Scott has ingrained in me the concept of value-add properties and helped me tremendously to build my portfolio.
Scott Properties currently manages seven of our apartment buildings and the team is a pleasure to work with. The team at Scott Properties are professional, prompt, and easy to work with . I highly recommend Scott Properties and will continue to work with him in the future.
I've lived in one of their apartments for three years and received a prompt response the one time there was a plumbing issue during the holiday. I have also always been able to get them on the phone any time I needed assistance. They also have onsite workers who do a great job managing the
‘ALWAYS THERE FOR US DAY AND NIGHT’ From our very first meeting, Scott Brody of Scott Properties was very receptive to our ideas and concerns up to and beyond the sale of the property which I was a member of the partnership. He met with us, described how his company would manage the property and
Scott Properties Group manages our commercial center with integrity and attention to detail. They are responsive, communicative, and engage an excellent back-up team.
via CAAnet.org The Los Angeles City Council has once again decided to leave its eviction moratorium and rent freeze in place, ignoring the city’s housing providers, as well as the.