The signs have changed on Lynne Cauley Property Management in Gardnerville.
Photo by Kurt Hildebrand.
Longtime Carson Valley property manager Lynne Cauley has merged her office with Chase International Property Management, according to the company.
Chase also announced the merger with Emerald Realty of Stateline owned by Nicki Campbell.
“We are honored to welcome Lynne Cauley and Nicki Campbell to the Chase family and look forward to continuing their legacies in the property management business,” said Chase International President and Corporate Broker Sue Lowe.
According to Chase, the acquisitions have resulted in the company doubling in size to more than 1,000 doors in Sparks and Gardnerville.
“With the dramatic and historic growth of the region, we recognize the voluminous demand for a more personal approach and support for property management overall,” said Property Management Broker Josh Villalobos.
Lynn Cauley Property Management has served its clientele throughout the Carson Valley area for more than 40 years.
Cauley and her staff have been awarded and noted for providing the “kindest, friendliest service in the business.”
Emerald Realty was established over 40 years ago in the South Lake Tahoe area.
“The Campbell family, who ran the incredibly successful business, set the benchmark for superior service and integrity,” said Villalobos.
All combined, Chase International Property Management will represent clientele who desire management services for apartments, single-family dwellings and commercial space throughout Northern Nevada and California.
The agency’s list of services includes maintenance and inspections, hiring and supervising independent contractors, collection services, and accounting. In addition, they will continue to offer their advanced technology and progressive marketing techniques to support their sales and marketing efforts.