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About Zia Properties

We specialize in full service property management services to fit your needs as a landlord and/or home owner. We tailor our services to ensure that you have the highest level of service for your property. Whether you own a single family home, townhouse, condo, or apartment complex, we have a dedicated team of professionals to help you with your management needs. 

We know the area and are experts in our field. Our main goal is to maximize the return on your investment.

Our dedicated group of property experts can answer any of your management questions.

The Latest News

Moving On Up: Should You Buy Or Sell First?
March 3, 2021
It's exciting to be able to move into a new home. But there are some tricky details to navigate when you already own a home and you're ready to buy a new one. Should you buy or sell first? Don't worry. There are viable solutions.
Buy A Home This Year To Build Wealth
March 2, 2021
It is important for everyone to diversify their investments. When people hear this term, they usually think about diversifying their investments across stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. In addition, it is also a prudent idea to leave the traditional financial markets and look for other sources of wealth as well. This includes real estate. Without a doubt, this has been a challenging year. At the same time, those who are looking to build wealth should consider purchasing a house this year. There are several reasons why.
What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – March 1, 2021
March 1, 2021
Last week's economic reports included readings from Case-Shiller on home prices, the Federal Housing Finance Agency also reported on home prices and the Commerce Department released data on sales of new homes and pending home sales. The University of Michigan released its Consumer Sentiment Index, and weekly readings on mortgage rates and jobless claims were released.