Jersey Shore Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your Jersey Shore Rental Property
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and apartment in the Jersey Shore area.
The Benefits of using Fish Property Management
- The freedom from maintenance, leasing and bookkeeping
- Automated owner statements
- Online Owner Portal Access
- Industry leading marketing tools
- 24/7 Maintenance request handling
- Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
- Extensive local rental market knowledge
- Lower cost maintenance through vendor negotiation and experience
- Legal compliance with Federal, State and Local housing regulations
- Professional prepared accounting statements
What we do as your Jersey Shore property manager:
- Fill vacancies
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Background and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service maintenance
- Move in, Move out and Preventive Maintenance Inspections
- Rent collection
- Control costs
Inquire About Our Services
Our management service is an all-encompassing service package that allows the investor to sit back, relax and let us handle everything. We provide marketing and leasing, accounting, collections, inspections, maintenance, security deposit administration and more to make a real estate asset operate successfully. We distribute the proceeds to our clients monthly with accounting reports and communicate pertinent issues and concerns to keep them in the loop on what is happening with their investment.
- It is hard to choose Jennifer's top three attributes as she has so many of them. We had an excellent experience with Jennifer professionally and personally as she acted as our Property Manager for two years. Jennifer is knowledgeable and seasoned in the property management field, using her skills and experience to manage our property. She worked well with us and our tenants - always professional, personable, reliable and detailed. She went above our expectations to ensure that everything was taken care of in a timely manner. Our rental home remained occupied for the duration that Jennifer was responsible for it and she always responded to the tenants and our concerns promptly. I am happy to recommend Jennifer. -Leanna F. View All »
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is it you do exactly for investors?A: Our management service is an all-encompassing service package that allows the investor to sit back, relax and let us handle everything. We provide marketing and leasing, accounting, collections, inspections, maintenance, security deposit administration and more to make a real estate asset operate successfully. We distribute the proceeds to our clients monthly and communicate pertinent issues and concerns to keep them in the loop on what is happening with their investment.
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Jersey Shore Area Information
Jersey Shore is a borough in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is on the West Branch Susquehanna River, 15 miles (24 km) west by south of Williamsport. It is part of the Williamsport, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. In the past, Jersey Shore held farms, railroad shops, cigar factories, a foundry, and a large silk mill. In 1900, 3,070 people lived there; in 1910, 5,381; and in 1940, 5,432. The population was 4,482 at the 2000 census.
Jersey Shore was incorporated as a borough on March 15, 1826. The history of Jersey Shore begins about 50 years before it was incorporated and on the opposite bank of the West Branch Susquehanna River in what is now Nippenose Township. Colonel John Henry Antes arrived in 1772 and established a homestead along the banks of Antes Creek. Antes also built a gristmill and his fortified home, Fort Antes, provided a safe haven for the early settlers against raids conducted by Loyalist and Indian forces during the American Revolution. Settlers who had sought refuge at Fort Antes and had returned to the right bank of the West Branch to milk their cows were among the first killed when Fort Antes was attacked just prior to the Big Runaway. These pioneers on the north side of the river were counted among the Fair Play Men, a group of squatters who lived outside the jurisdiction of the colonial and revolutionary governments of Pennsylvania. Many of the settlers did not return to the area until after Sullivan's Expedition had forced the Lenape and other Indians allied with the British further west.
Jersey Shore was originally named Waynesburg by the two brothers, Reuben and Jeremiah Manning, who laid out the town circa 1785. Around the time that this was happening, a settlement arose on the eastern side of the West Branch Susquehanna River (Nippenose Township), opposite Waynesburg. A rivalry developed between the two settlements, and those on the eastern shore began referring to the settlement on the western shore as the "Jersey Shore," because the Manning family had relocated from New Jersey. The nickname became so fixed that in 1826 the original name of Waynesburg was officially abandoned and changed to Jersey Shore.
Jersey Shore's location on the West Branch Susquehanna River, just downstream from the mouth of Pine Creek made it an ideal location for traders and other businessmen who outfitted the pioneers who settled the western most portions of the West Branch Susquehanna River Valley and the Pine Creek valley. Thomas Martin was a farmer who sold his produce to the people of Jersey Shore and to the men and women who were just passing through. Mr. Martin was noted for his strong beliefs regarding the prices that he set. For example, if he believed that his potatoes were worth 35 cents a bushel, he would sell them for 35 cents a bushel, no more no less. If his competitors would sell potatoes for 50 cents a bushel, Martin would not raise his price and if others lowered the price to 25 cents per bushel, he would not lower his price. This firmness and fairness allowed Thomas Martin to rise to a position of prominence in Jersey Shore and Lycoming County. His reputation for fairness and honesty was passed onto his son Lewis Martin who went on to serve as a Lycoming County prothonotary and as a deputy U.S. Marshal.
The Jersey Shore Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Areas We Service
- Jersey Shore
- Cogan Station
- South Williamsport
- Lock Haven
- Mill Hall
- Pennsylvania College of Technology
- Lock Haven University