Dixon Property Management
Let us manage your Dixon rental property
We offer a full range of Dixon property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and condos in the Dixon area.
You will find more information about our management services below.
Benefits of using Century 21 Prestige
- No hassle management
- Automated owner statements
- Online Owner Portal Access
- Industry leading marketing tools
- 24/7 maintenance request handling
- Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
- Low vacancy rate
- Industry specific local knowledge
What we do as your Dixon property manager:
- Fill vacancies
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Background and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service repair
- Rent collection
- Coordinate Evictions
More about our services
Upon receiving a new property we do a full evaluation to include written documentations and photos.
After the move out of each tenant another evalution is completed on the property, to make note of wear and tear and to correct any damages.
Our current marketing includes: xpresshomerentals.com, AHRN (Automated Housing Referral Network), and other local rental searches like Bookoo and Craigslist.
We require all applicants to complete a credit report and background check.
Security Deposits are due prior to move in.
We also require an additional pet fee / deposit at the owner’s discretion.
Dixon Area Information
Dixon, Missouri was born a railroad town - a boom town, in fact, because of a fortunate meeting of time, place, and need. Dixon's fortune at first depended largely on the Frisco Railroad, which continues today as the BNSF Railroad. Although a number of nearby settlements older than Dixon had survived the Civil War period, the first large settlement near the town itself was a camp consisting of about 100 workers who were "working on the railroad" in 1867-1868. This camp was located on what is widely remembered now as the Bennett Jones property just west of Dixon, approaching the intersection with Highway 133 and C Highway.
Later, the workers moved into town. In 1869, Dixon was surveyed and laid out on both sides of the tracks by Frisco surveyor, Milton Santee, who originally came from Dixon, Illinois, He suggested naming the new Missouri city after an Indian trader who had donated the land which became Dixon, Illinois. John Dixon was an interpreter for local Indians and counsel to U.S. Army officers assigned to the southern Illinois area. The Winnebago Indians call Dixon "Nada-ch u-ra-sak" due to his long flowing white hair. Source From Wikipedia