We Can Help Manage Your Windsor Rental Property
Who is the most highly recommended property management company in Windsor? Sue Carrell & Associates. Since 2006, Realtor® Sue Carrell and her team have been the top property manager of rental properties in Windsor, taking the steps necessary to make certain everyone involved with their rental properties and property management services — owners and tenants alike — are delighted with their experience.
Sue Carrell is a widely respected property manager in the Windsor community. She has been active in the Windsor real estate market since 2003, after she completed her terms as a city council member for a neighboring city and as President for a Homeowners Association. Currently, Sue and her team are active members of NARPM, the National Association of Residential Property Managers, the premier association for property management companies that keeps members abreast of laws involving rental properties.
When you want a top notch property management company in Windsor, you can count on Sue Carrell & Associates to be the best property manager for your rental properties. If you own a rental property in Windsor, contact Sue Carrell & Associates today at (707) 282-9268.
If you would like to live in a Windsor rental property and rent from a property manager that operates with the highest of integrity, we invite you to contact our property management team at (707) 282-9268 to begin the application process.
The property management team of Sue Carrell & Associates looks forward to serving you, offering you the best rental property experience in Windsor.
Windsor Area Information
Windsor’s first white settlers arrived in 1851. In 1855, Hiram Lewis, a Pony Express rider, became the town’s first postmaster. He named the town Windsor because it reminded him of the grounds around Windsor Castle, a medieval castle from his home country of England. In 1855, a post office was established in Windsor. The following year, a business enterprise was built in eastern Windsor, which included a goods store, a shoe shop, a grocery and meat market, a saloon, a hotel, a boarding house, and two confectionery shops. A railroad was completed in the town in 1872.
On May 21, 1905, a fire destroyed the center of Windsor. Fanned by heavy winds, the fire destroyed several businesses, including a hotel and a barber shop. The damage was at an estimated $30,000 worth of property.
In 1915, the Old Redwood Highway through Windsor was paved. Up until then, all roads in the area had been dirt.Wikipedia
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