Property Management in Bountiful Utah

The Bountiful Utah Tabernacle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

West Property Management is proud to provide services for all real property in the Bountiful, Utah area. Bountiful is a charming suburban community in Davis County with a population of around 44,000 people. The Wasatch Mountain Range lies on the east and the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island on the west. Located just ten minutes north of Salt Lake City, Bountiful is known for its beautiful homes and gardens, as well as its top-notch schools. CNN Money Magazine rated Bountiful as one of America’s 100 best cities in 2009. Bountiful offers a small-town feel with nationally low crime rates, low property taxes, affordable utilities, and spectacular views.

The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) provides bus services throughout the city, and the FrontRunner train offers services from Provo to Ogden, as well as to and from the airport. Nearby train stations are located in Woods Cross, Farmington, Clearfield, and Layton. Higher education is available at the Bountiful campus of the University of Utah, with the main campus only a short drive away in Salt Lake City. Weber State University is in nearby Ogden, with a closer campus in Layton.  Also within an hour’s drive are Brigham Young University in Provo and Utah State University in Logan.

Bountiful offers year-round access to outdoor recreation. Nearby off-roading, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, climbing, bouldering, camping, hunting, and fishing are available. Numerous trails abound in North Canyon Park and Mueller Park Canyon. Bountiful Ridge Golf Course, rated four stars by Golf Digest, boasts an 18-hole mountain golf course with amazing views. The South Davis Recreation Center provides programs and amenities such as aquatics, fitness classes, exercise equipment, an ice rink, and sports. The city also maintains 16 tennis courts and 18 outdoor parks. Northern Utah is well-known for its spectacular skiing and snowboarding, and with Bountiful’s proximity to the interstate, ski resorts are just a short drive away. Also nearby are Lagoon Amusement ParkCherry Hill Water Park, and Antelope Island State Park.

Plentiful shops, an art gallery, and a Farmers Market are just a few of the attractions on Bountiful’s Main Street. Other cultural facilities include the Bountiful/Davis Art Center and the Bountiful Historical Museum. The City provides community activities such as Concerts in the Park, a Main Street Parade, a fireworks show, an International Dance Festival, Handcart Days, and Summerfest.

At West Property Management, we can maximize your marketing efforts in the Bountiful area. Did you know that owners experience an average loss of $250 each week their properties are vacant? To reduce vacancy rates and keep advertising costs low, we have developed a premium marketing plan for our owners. We will post a video tour of the entire property online and advertise your property on over 15 high-traffic rental websites. We also offer referral bonuses for current tenants who assist with marketing the property, as well as increased exposure to out-of-state prospective tenants. Potential tenants can view videos and submit applications before the current tenant moves out, which means less vacancy time between tenants. With increased exposure, your property will rent faster. If you are looking for an excellent property management company who knows the area and will work hard for you, please give us a call.

Homes for rent in Bountiful


Property Management in Centerville Utah

City Hall, Centerville, Utah

West Property Management proudly provides services for all real property in the family-oriented community of Centerville, Utah. With a population of about 15,000 people and situated between the Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake, Centerville offers a small-town atmosphere and a moderate cost of living. Centerville’s schools are part of the outstanding Davis School District, and the Centerville Police Department boasts an excellent safety record. Centerville is a member of UTOPIA (Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency), which offers lightning-fast internet speeds through fiber optic lines. Centerville is home to the Davis Center for the Performing Arts, as well as the Thomas Whitaker Home Museum, which enables people to explore and enjoy the rich heritage of the city. You will find recreation such as organized sports, family hikes, beautiful parks, and over 30 miles of trails that wind through the foothills and along the Great Salt Lake. The city sponsors a plethora of community events, including an Easter Egg Hunt, Movies in the Park, Children’s Parade, Annual Freedom Run, Fourth of July Celebration, Pumpkin Walk, Festival of Lights, Christmas Coloring Contest, and a special “Haunting” at the Whitaker Museum. In addition to the abundant recreational and cultural opportunities available within Centerville itself, more can be found nearby. Lagoon Amusement Park is six miles away, and offers dozens of roller coasters and other rides, a water park, camping, and much more. Salt Lake City is only a 15-minute drive south and Ogden a 25-minute drive north. Eight major ski resorts are within a 45-minute drive and the Salt Lake International Airport is only 15 minutes away. West Property Management knows the Centerville area and would love the opportunity to show you what our services can do for you. One of the benefits of using our company is our nonbinding contract. Either party may cancel the contract, with or without cause, with 30 days’ notice. We want you to use our services because they work and are valuable, not because you are bound to a contract. We require prompt and exceptional service from our management team, and we encourage you to contact us with any questions or concerns you might have. If, for some reason, you are not satisfied with our service, you are free to cancel the contract with no penalties or fees. In addition to providing nonbinding contracts, we also guarantee rent payments. Tenants we place in your property will pay their rent every month or you pay nothing for our management services that month. Furthermore, if a tenant we place breaks his or her lease, we will re-rent your home to new tenants for free. Give us a call and see what we can do for you. Centerville Homes for Rent


Property Management in Clearfield Utah

Clearfield City Municipal and Justice Center, Clearfield, Utah

West Property Management proudly services the Clearfield, Utah area. Clearfield is located in Davis County, 28 miles north of Salt Lake City. With a population of about 30,000 people, the city is committed to smart and controlled growth. Clearfield is a central business location, with close to 100 national and international businesses. This allows for perpetual job opportunities. Clearfield’s proximity to Interstate 15 provides easy access to several golf courses, world-class ski resorts, sports, cultural activities, and outdoor recreation such as hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, and so much more. Clearfield also has a station for the Frontrunner, a commuter rail train that connects Utah, Salt Lake, Davis, and Weber counties. The City of Clearfield maintains thirteen beautiful parks, ranging from half an acre to over 20 acres. You will also find walking and jogging trails, as well as two fishing ponds. Clearfield Aquatic Center is an amazing, family-friendly facility where you can swim, slide, float in the “lazy river,” workout on exercise equipment, take a fitness class, lift weights, or play basketball or volleyball.  Fisher Skate Park is a well-maintained facility that welcomes both skateboards and bikes. With 14,000 square feet, there are areas to accommodate all skill levels. The city also offers an abundance of opportunities for kids and adults to be involved in the arts. A community band and choir both welcome musicians of all ages and levels to rehearse and put on performances throughout the year. A Community Theater provides a place for budding thespians of all ages to audition and perform. The Community Arts Center offers a variety of classes and activities for the whole family, including an annual Storytelling Festival and a Children’s Choir. Residents look forward to the city’s annual 4th of July Celebration, with a Freedom Run, parade, festival, concert, and fireworks. Clearfield is part of the renowned Davis School District and has five elementary schools, a junior high school, and a high school. Higher education is available in Clearfield at the University of Phoenix and Weber State University’s Continuing Education building. Other campuses within an hour’s drive are Weber State University in Ogden, University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and Utah State University in Logan. Hill Air Force Base, one of Utah’s major employers, is located along Clearfield’s eastern border. Along the southwestern side, the old Clearfield Naval Supply Depot has become the Freeport Center, and is a major manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution hub. The Clearfield Job Corps Center, established in 1966, provides training to unemployed and untrained youth from sixteen to 21 years of age. Legend Hills, Clearfield’s premier commercial center, is the largest office development in North Davis County. West Property Management knows the Clearfield area and would love to offer you our services. We will help you find just the right rental price by running comparisons for properties in your area. This information will help us establish an initial price. We will then track showings, inquiry calls, and applications, and make any necessary adjustments. The market is an important factor to take into consideration when determining a price. Many people want to list their property too high, but this typically causes it to take longer to rent. Oftentimes, the money you lose during vacancy is more substantial than what you would have received with a higher rent. We would love to help you determine the best and most marketable price for your property, and we will work hard to rent it quickly and help you have a profitable experience. Clearfield Homes for Rent


Property Management in Clinton Utah

Former Clinton City Hall

Clinton, located in Davis County, has a population of about 20,800. It is a great community with a mixture of residential, farming, and commercial areas. Residents are able to enjoy all the benefits of a quiet town, with the conveniences of larger cities. Clinton is home to beautiful parks, which provide plenty of opportunities for picnics, sports, fishing, jogging, walking, cycling, and more. There is even a skateboarding park and a BMX bike course. As a service to its residents, the city holds monthly Community Enhancement Classes at the Clinton Recreation Building. They teach a wide variety of classes on everything from tax preparation and crock-pot cooking to auto maintenance and landscaping. In addition to adult and youth sports, the recreation department offers a fishing club, kids in the park crafts and activities, summer dance lessons, a sports-readiness program for 4-year-olds, and lessons in golf, tennis, swimming, and tumbling. Senior citizens can enjoy a monthly luncheon, and the entire community benefits from the Clinton Farmers’ Market, where residents come together and enjoy locally-grown fruits and vegetables, bakery items, and small business products and crafts. The city also hosts an annual Easter Egg Hunt and takes part in National Trails Day. Clinton Heritage Days are held each summer and include festivities such as a fish derby, carnival, entertainment, car show, golf tournament, movie in the park, 5K fun run, breakfast, concert in the park, and fireworks. Clinton is only nine miles southwest of Ogden, and nine miles northwest of Layton, which means the entertainment and shopping options are abundant.  Nearby attractions include the Roy Aquatic CenterClearfield Aquatic CenterLayton Hills MallBoondocks Fun Center, and Antelope Island State Park.  For those who wish to pursue higher education, Weber State University’s West Center Campus is only five minutes away in Roy, and the main campus is 15 minutes away in Ogden. Skiing and snowboarding are available at nearby Nordic ValleySnowbasin, and Powder Mountain ski resorts. At West Property Management, we know what it takes to market homes in the Clinton area. We would love to help protect your investment and increase your income. As experienced homeowners, we have designed our management system with you in mind. When you use our services, you will not only benefit from our knowledge and experience, but you will also save money. There are no set-up fees, leasing fees, or hidden fees. In addition, we offer a non-binding contract, with no money due until your property is rented. We also provide online account access and professional customer service.  We are able to get most properties into our marketing system within 24 hours of a signed management agreement. We would love to work with you and show you what our services can do for you. We are an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau. Clinton Homes for Rent


Property Management in Davis County Utah

Davis County Courthouse

West Property Management provides services for all real property in Davis County, a beautiful, fast-growing bedroom community nestled between the Wasatch Mountain Range on the east and the Great Salt Lake on the west. Davis County covers a total of 634 square miles, and the most populated cities are Layton, Bountiful, Kaysville, and Clearfield. Farmington is the county seat, and Hill Air Force Base and Davis School District are the largest employers. The Freeport Center in Clearfield is Utah’s largest distribution center. The renowned Davis School District offers 59 elementary schools, 16 junior highs, 8 high schools, and 3 alternative schools. Higher education is available at Weber State University’s Davis Campus in Layton and Davis Applied Technology College in Kaysville. Davis County was founded in 1852 and named for Daniel C. Davis, a captain in the Mormon Battalion. The original population was only around 1,500, and during the first 50 years growth was slow.  After the Utah Central Railroad (now Union Pacific) was created in 1870, population growth picked up a bit, and when Hill Air Force Base was established in 1940, the population boomed. As of 2012, it was around 315,800. Interstate 15 runs north and south down the center of Davis County, and the FrontRunner commuter rail runs from Ogden to Provo, with Davis County stations in Woods Cross, Farmington, Layton, and Clearfield. Because east-west transportation is restricted by the narrow urban corridor and many people commute to Salt Lake, the county built Legacy Parkway to ease congestion in the area. Construction began in 2001, but due to lawsuits filed by environmentalists, it was halted. After reaching a settlement, construction began again in 2006, and Legacy Parkway finally opened in 2008. In response to the environmentalists’ concerns, the county built an extensive trail system and implemented wetland protection measures and landscaping. They also lowered the speed limit and banned semi-trucks. Some of the best shopping in Northern Utah is found at Farmington’s Station Park, which offers an eclectic array of stores and restaurants, as well as movies, an ice rink, and a state-of-the-art choreographed water fountain. The Layton Hills Mall and Bountiful Main Street also offer premier shopping. Fans of performing arts love the CenterPoint Legacy Theatre in Centerville, and museums and art galleries include Hill Aerospace MuseumLayton Heritage Museum, LeConte Stewart Art Gallery in Kaysville, S & S Railroad Park and Museum in Farmington, and the South Weber Model Railroad Club. Davis County is full of family-friendly recreation. From touring Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolate Factory in North Salt Lake to hiking or biking on any of the 200 miles of Davis County trails, there is always something fun to do. The area is home to 11 regionally-ranked golf courses and three popular amusement parks: Boondocks Fun CenterCherry Hill Resort, and Lagoon. Other outdoor adventures can be found at Antelope Island State ParkFarmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area, and the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve. At West Property Management, we are familiar with and love Davis County. If you are unfamiliar with property management, please explore our website and download our Owner Information Packet. This packet explains how our management fee works, guides you in getting your property ready to rent, and answers frequently asked questions. We make money when your property makes money; therefore, we are motivated to do everything in our power to help you make the most of your investment. We are also an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau.


Property Management in Farmington Utah

The City Hall of Farmington, Utah

West Property Management proudly provides services for all real property in the Farmington, Utah area. Located in Davis County, Farmington has made it into Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” index twice! In 2011, it ranked number 12, and in 2013, it ranked 14. This beautiful city of almost 21,000 people serves as the seat of Davis County, and is 16 miles north of Salt Lake City. It lies against the base of the Wasatch Mountains, midway between Salt Lake City and Ogden. Known for its tree-lined main streets and charming houses, Farmington provides a safe and quiet, old-town atmosphere that is anything but boring. Station Park, a new premier shopping center, features upscale retail stores, restaurants, entertainment, a park, a children’s play area, and an outdoor ice-skating rink. Station Park also offers a state-of-the-art, color-oriented and choreographed world-class show fountain, one of only two in the United States. Farmington is home to Lagoon, the largest amusement park in Utah, with dozens of rides and other attractions, as well as the Lagoon-A-Beach water park. The Bountiful/Davis Art center offers free exhibits, classes, workshops, a family art night, and a Summerfest.  Farmington Swimming Pool on Main Street is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day and offers fun for the whole family. Some of the community special events are a Miss Farmington Scholarship Pageant, Farmington’s Got Talent, Easter Egg Hunt, National Trails Day, a Halloween Event, Holiday Concert, Letters to Santa, Christmas with Santa, and a Storytelling Festival. Festival Days during July is held at various parks and venues with a variety of activities including a kids bike parade, movie night, tennis tournament, family bike race, basketball tournament, storytelling event, charity motorcycle ride, a half-marathon and other races, breakfast in the park, a parade, entertainment, and fireworks. Streams from the canyons above Farmington flow through the city on their way to the Great Salt Lake.  Farmington Canyon offers abundant opportunities for hiking, biking, jogging, snowmobiling, fishing, camping, horseback riding, and other activities. The Davis County Fairgrounds, in West Farmington, have horse racing and rodeo facilities. Farmington maintains several beautiful parks, including a fishing pond and Skater Park, as well as over 115 miles of hiking and biking trails. At West Property Management, we are familiar with and love the Farmington area. We would love to offer you our services. We not only provide affordable and competitive rates, but convenience as well. We take care of collecting rent each month from your tenant, and in turn provide you with a detailed statement of all payments and expenses for your property. We deposit all money into a trust account, and after deducting our management fee and any authorized expenses, we make the remainder available to you through direct deposit. We post your statements and process payments each month. In addition to being available through your web portal, we will email you your statement. You can access custom reports and previous statements at any time online. Please give us a call and let us show you what we can do for you. Farmington Homes for Rent


Property Management Around Hill Air Force Base

388th Fighter Wing F-16 Fighting Falcons

Hill Air Force Base, located in Davis County just south of Ogden, is a major United States Air Force Materiel Command base, populated with over 23,500 military, civilians, retirees, and families. The Wasatch Mountains are to the east of Hill AFB and the Great Salt Lake is to the west. The military-friendly cities of Roy, Sunset, Clearfield, and Layton surround Hill and provide additional shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. Salt Lake City is just a 30-minute drive south. Utah is world renowned for its amazing snow in the winter and outdoor recreation the rest of the year, so opportunities for fun and adventure always abound. Hill AFB is one of the largest employers in Utah and home of the 75th Air Base Wing, which provides support for many organizations, including the Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC). The OO-ALC provides worldwide logistics management and engineering for the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile, as well as the F-16 Fighting Falcon, the F-22 Raptor, the C-130 Hercules, the A-10 Thunderbolt II, and the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Hill AFB is home to the 388th Fighter Wing and the 419th Fighter Wing (Air Force Reserve). Hill Aerospace Museum, situated on approximately 30 acres, remains a popular tourist site, enjoying around 180,000 visitors every year. Founded in 1981, the museum exhibits over 90 military aircraft, missiles, and aerospace vehicles, in addition to various munitions, ground equipment, uniforms, and historical artifacts. Other facilities at Hill AFB include bowling, a fitness center, a recreation center, officer and enlisted clubs, restaurants, and a child development center. Hill AFB’s helping agencies offer numerous community resources. In order to streamline and centralize the continually evolving information, Hill’s leadership created the website “Hill’s Helping Hands” (H3), which provides access to calendars and an abundance of community resources. Some of the programs offered are health care services, civilian employee services, legal services, chaplain services, airman and family resources, child care and youth services, base housing, spouse programs, recreation, and fitness. Hill AFB is a diverse community, dedicated to improving lives and maintaining the defense of our country. At West Property Management, we are familiar with “Team Hill” and work hard to provide quality property management. One valuable tool we offer is an owner-approved maintenance account. The amount of money you keep in the account, as well as the frequency with which we contact you about repair issues, is flexible, depending on your preferences. Some owners like to be contacted about every maintenance issue, while others prefer to be contacted only for major items. If a necessary repair is under the amount in your maintenance account, we can take care of the issue and provide details on your statement. If a repair is more than this amount, we will contact you to discuss options and obtain approval. Because of the volume of our business, we are able to negotiate competitive prices. Our vendors are trained to save you money and will look for warranties when possible. West Property Management’s goal is to save you money and increase your bottom line. Hill Air Force Base Homes for Rent


Property Management in Kaysville Utah

Municipal Center in Kaysville, Utah

Kaysville, known as “Utah’s Hometown,” is an active community full of traditions, family values, and a unique sense of belonging, with great access to an abundance of recreation and shopping. According to the 2010 census, the population of Kaysville is 27,300. In 1868, Kaysville was the first city to be incorporated in Davis County. Kaysville has numerous well-maintained parks, including the Angel Street Soccer Complex, Barnes Park, Heritage Park with a walking path and Splash Pad, and many more. You will find playgrounds, boweries, sand volleyball courts, softball and soccer fields, barbecue grills, a horseshoe pit, an exercise course, nature trails, and more. Utah State’s University Botanical Center is located in Kaysville. It offers educational opportunities for children and adults. It is home to an arboretum that houses 300 trees and shrubs, gardens, and home landscapes. The center also features an urban fishery, walking and biking trails, wetland areas, a volunteer-tended garden, a seasonal farmer’s market, as well as classes and workshops. Some of the community-sponsored events in Kaysville are a Daddy-Daughter Dance, Easter Egg Hunt, Arbor Day Celebration, Memorial Day Veterans Program, Movies in the Park, National Trails Day, Kaysville/Fruit Heights Idol Contest, and a July 4th Celebration complete with breakfast, 5K/10K runs, a parade on Main Street, a family festival, and fireworks. There is also a July 24th Breakfast, Miss Kaysville/Fruit Heights Pageant, American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Volkswagen Club Show, Monster Mash and Dash Festival, Armed Forces Day Celebration, Tree Lighting and Electric Parade, and a Family New Year’s Eve Celebration. The Autumn Glow Senior Center offers multi-generational classes including water exercise, oil painting, T’ai Chi, bingo, watercolor, ceramics, lapidary, doodle art, square dancing, arts and crafts, Chi Quong, Bridge, and pinochle. The Kaysville Yard and Garden Committee sponsors a community garden, located between the Autumn Glow Senior Center and the public library. Not only does this garden bring a sense of unity to the city, but it provides residents with healthy exercise and wholesome produce. They also hold an annual Yard and Garden Tour in September. The City of Kaysville offers youth and adult sports, and youth summer programs such as art, bowling, golf, Boy Scout Merit Badge classes, sewing, science, swimming, tennis, track and field, and more. Some attractions located in Kaysville are Cherry Hill Resort, with campgrounds, swimming pools, water slides, miniature golf, and picnic areas. Boondocks Family Fun Center offers bowling, laser tag, arcade, rollerball miniature bowling, batting cages, miniature golf, go-karts, bumper boats, and more. ,Lagoon Amusement Park, in nearby Farmington has campgrounds, amusement rides, a water park, and a pioneer village. Kaysville has almost a thousand local businesses, including the much-loved, family owned and operated, Kaysville Theatre, the only discount theater in Davis County. Plenty of other recreational opportunities, including hiking, biking, camping, golfing, and skiing, are just a short drive away. Kaysville’s central location provides easy access to Salt Lake City, which is only 25 minutes south, and Ogden, which is 18 minutes north. At West Property Management, we are familiar with the Kaysville area, and would love to show you what our services can do for you. We make it easy for you to get started. Once we have talked with you about your property and determined if our system will work for you, we will send you a management agreement. We are able to input most properties into our marketing system within 24 hours of receiving a signed agreement. You will need to either fill out a property data sheet, or your property manager can complete the form for you during a property tour or over the phone. We will then advise you on any issues that might limit the potential rental of your property. If you are changing management companies, we will coordinate all the specifics for you, including notifying the tenants and gathering all the necessary information. We will then collect the keys, current tenant paperwork, and contact information from you, and begin showing your property. We will also take care of getting the utilities set up. Let us show you how easy-to-use and profitable our services will be for you. We are an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau. Kaysville Homes for Rent


Property Management in Layton Utah

Layton City Center

Located in Davis County, 25 miles north of Salt Lake City, the city of Layton, is home to excellent cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. Layton is situated alongside Interstate 15, with Frontrunner Commuter Rail Service to Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Provo. Salt Lake International Airport is only 25 minutes away. The Wasatch Mountains provide breathtaking views to the east, while the Great Salt Lake offers beautiful sunsets to the west. Layton was founded in 1850 as an outgrowth of the Kaysville Settlement. The first settlers established farms along the banks of what became known as Kays Creek, and the first public building, a log schoolhouse, was built in 1860. In 1886, Kays Creek became known as Layton, after Christopher Layton, a prominent businessman and Mormon bishop who owned property along Kays Creek. The area was included in the boundaries when Kaysville was incorporated in 1868, but because many Layton residents objected to paying taxes from which they did not benefit, there was a strong movement to separate. The case ultimately went to the Utah Supreme Court, which sided with Layton residents in 1902 and legally deemed Layton a farming community, officially separate from Kaysville. As an interesting side note, Christopher Layton’s home was actually in Kaysville’s boundaries. Layton became incorporated in 1920, and by 1940, the population was about 600. Hill Air Force Base was built next to Layton in 1940, and when World War II broke out, Layton’s population boomed. By 1950, it was 3,456. Layton has continued to grow over the years and is now the most heavily populated city in Davis County, with a population of 70,000. Part of the renowned Davis School District, Layton is home to thirteen elementary schools, four junior highs, and three high schools. Higher education is also within easy reach. The Davis Campus of Weber State University is located in Layton, as is Stevens-Henager CollegeEagle Gate College, and Broadview University. Layton also offers excellent healthcare facilities, such as Intermountain Health Care and the Davis Hospital and Medical Center. Layton is home to the Davis Conference Center, the Layton Hills Mall, and “Restaurant Row,” a one-mile stretch of national chain restaurants. Layton Commons, a 47-acre park located in the center of the city, is a popular community gathering place with picnic pavilions, baseball fields, a playground, walking trail, the Heritage Museum, Ed Kenley Amphitheater, and Layton City Surf ‘n Swim. The Davis Arts Council sponsors affordable and diverse programs, such as free Saturday night Concerts at the amphitheater during the summer, free Wednesday night movies, and Arts in the Park youth program. Surf ‘N Swim, “Utah’s Year-Round Ocean,” offers swimming, water aerobics, a youth swim team, Boy Scout merit badges, racquetball, wallyball, sand volleyball, lifeguard classes, swimming lessons, and more. The Heritage Museum of Layton, built in 1972 by a group of concerned citizens, houses thousands of artifacts, photographs, documents, and books. One of Layton’s most celebrated events is Liberty Days, held every Fourth of July. The day kicks off with a Breakfast at Layton Commons, and then continues with a 5K run/walk, parade, vendor booths, entertainment, and fireworks. Layton residents also enjoy showing their support for the military with the annual Sounds of Freedom, a celebration that includes a classic car show, motorcycle rally, live music, flyby, vendor booths, games, and more.  Layton Commons is also the location for the annual Taste of the Town, hosted by the Davis Chamber of Commerce and featuring a sampling of some of Davis County’s local restaurants. Each October, Layton residents enjoy a Halloween Bash with carnival games, cake walk, costume contest, music, and food. Other fun community events include Flapjack Friday and Bingo Night, an Easter Egg Dive at Surf ‘N Swim, family golf night at Swan Lakes Golf Course, and an annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony and Lights Display. Layton City maintains an informative Facebook page dedicated to keeping residents up-to-date on activities and events. Year-round outdoor recreation is always within reach. Golfers will find plenty of venues, including the award-winning Valley View Golf Course. Several nearby resorts offer excellent snowboarding and skiing, including Snowbasin, just 20 minutes away and site of the 2002 Olympic Winter games. The adjacent mountain trails provide excellent hiking and mountain biking, and Weber Canyon is only twelve minutes away. Neighboring amusement parks include Boondocks Fun CenterCherry Hill Resort & Waterpark, and Lagoon Amusement Park. West Property Management knows and loves the Layton area and would love to show you why you should hire a property manager. We can help protect your investment and increase your income. We are experienced homeowners and have designed our system with you, the owner, in mind. When you work with our team, you benefit from our knowledge and experience. We have no set-up, leasing, or hidden fees, and we offer a non-binding contract. No money is due until your property is rented. In addition, you will have online account access and professional customer service. We are accredited with the Better Business Bureau. Layton Homes for Rent


Property Management in Sunset Utah

Sunset City Offices

Sunset is a small residential city in Davis County with a population of over 5,000 people as of 2012. Sunset is south of Roy, west of Hill Air Force Base, north of Clearfield, and east of Clinton. Salt Lake City is only a 32-minute drive south, and Ogden is 11 minutes north. The beautiful Wasatch Mountains offer gorgeous views to the east, while the Great Salt Lake provides equally amazing sunsets to the west. Mormon pioneers originally used the area that is now Sunset and Clinton as a winter feeding ground. The first permanent settlement was built in the 1800s by James Hill and his family. It was called Summit until around 1896, when it became known as Clinton. Around 1916, a few residents were enjoying a sunset over the lake and spontaneously decided to name their area “Sunset.” This particular area eventually separated from Clinton into its own community, and was incorporated in 1935. The City of Sunset’s vision is a community where people feel important and respected, and neighborhoods are stable, safe, healthy, caring, and friendly. The city has a cooperative agreement with Clinton City Recreation to provide opportunities for sports, classes, and activities.  The North Davis Senior Center in Clearfield serves Sunset residents and offers weekday lunches, health screenings, and an assortment of classes and activities, such as lapidary, soap making, art, quilting, pinochle, and line dancing. The center is equipped with pool tables, video games, computers, exercise equipment, and a library. The community sponsors enjoyable annual events, including an Easter Egg Hunt in the spring and Sunset City Fun Days in July, a celebration that includes a carnival, parade, races, activities, entertainment, and fireworks. Another popular event is “Sunset Sam’s Winter Fest.” For twenty years, Sunset celebrated Groundhog Day with “Sam,” the guinea pig, who would predict either an early spring or a long winter. A grieving couple who had lost a child started the tradition in 1994, and the city eventually took over and turned it into a winter festival with an assortment of games and activities. Different guineas pigs have filled the role of “Sam” over the years, but after the latest Sam died in 2014, the city decided to eliminate the prediction part of the celebration. In an effort to keep history alive, however, the festival will continue to be called “Sunset Sam’s Winter Fest.” In addition to community events, Sunset residents have easy access to nearby recreation at Roy Aquatic Center and Hill Aerospace Museum, as well as great shopping at Layton Hills Mall. We are familiar with the Sunset area and would love to provide you with our professional services. West Property Management is very competitive when it comes to fees. Our pricing is affordable and owner-friendly. We make money when your property makes money; therefore, we are motivated to find good, long-term tenants. If a tenant moves out, you pay nothing for us to re-rent the property. We only get paid when the tenant renews. Turnover and vacancy can be very expensive for property owners, and while some management companies profit from these two unfortunate situations, we profit from long-term tenants who renew their leases. Again, we make money when your property makes money. Why hire someone who will profit from your loss? Sunset Homes for Rent