Mission Statement

At Majestic, we are dedicated to �Treating You like Royalty� by delivering world-class service to YOU, our client. Our objective is not only to help you buy, sell, refinance or rent a home, but also to build a strong, lasting, lifelong relationship with you. We want you to be so satisfied with our service that you feel compelled to refer your friends, family, neighbors and coworkers to us, not by obligation, but because you truly believe they will benefit greatly by working with us. You can expect that your referrals will receive the same level of commitment that we have pledged to you. With your help, we all can benefit � one client at a time.

Majestic Property Management

Treating you like Royalty by Delivering Higher Level Service!

  • Real Estate Property Management
  • Over 28 Years of Residential Experience
  • Specializing in Mid to High-End Single-Family Homes (1 unit)
  • Comprehensive Tenant Screening
  • Collect & Issue Rent Checks on a Timely Basis
  • Open 7 Days a Week, Evenings & Weekends by Appointment
  • 6 Month Inspections of Property (Interior & Exterior)
  • Timely Repairs at Reasonable Prices
  • Personally Show Your Property to Reduce Vacancy Time
  • Experienced with Landlord Tenant Issues
  • Remodeling & Upgrading
  • Competitive Rates


 Broker Associate Member of:

  • California Apartment Association
  • National Association of Realtors
  • California Association of Realtors


To determine how much monthly rent you can afford, the following formula may be used:

Monthly Rent = ( 0.4x Gross Monthly Income) minus Monthly Debts

Monthly debts include items such as car payments, card payments, installment loan payments, etc.

For example, suppose you make $4,000 per month, have a car payment of $250 and credit card bills of $100 per month. Using the formula, you would be able to pay $1,250 per month rent as follows:

Monthly Rent = (0.4x 4000) minus (250+100) = $1,250 per month

The table below shows typical results. Although your specific situation may differ, the table and monthly rent formula may be helpful to you for planning purposes.

Monthly Income Monthly Debts Monthly Rent
$4,000 $350 $1,250
$5,000 $400 $1,600
$6,000 $600 $1,800
$8000               $700 $2500
$10,000 $800 $3200
$15,000 $1000$5000