Mosaica 601 Homeowners Association Selects FirstService Residential in California

Posted on Friday October 04, 2013

San Francisco, CA, October 4, 2013 —FirstService Residential, California’s and the nation’s leading property management company, today announces being selected to provide property management services for the Mosaica 601 Homeowners Association in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District.  The company assumed management responsibilities on August 1, 2013.
 
"There are a number of reasons why we selected FirstService Residential for management services including the company’s reputation, scalability, attention to details and strong expertise of the property management landscape in San Francisco," states Peter Emery, Board President for Mosaica. 
 
Mosaica 601 Board Member Alisa Dichter also added, "Professionalism, integrity and honesty also played a large role in the board's decision to choose FirstService Residential for property management services.”
 
Mosaica 601 offers 34 affordable condominium homes ranging in size from 1,013 to 1,409 sq.ft. for families, artists and entrepreneurs. The community is in close proximity to local restaurants, open parks and easy access to public transportation and the San Francisco International Airport. Community amenities include electronic access system, reserved parking with remote controlled garage and an elevator.
 
About FirstService Residential
FirstService Residential, previously known in California as Merit Property Management, is a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation, a global leader in the rapidly growing real estate services sector, one of the largest markets in the world. As the largest residential property manager in North America, FirstService Residential oversees more than 6,000 properties and 1.5 million residential units across 19 U.S. states and three provinces in Canada. The company has more than 12,000 employees driving local market expertise and managing in excess of $6 billion in budgets. For more information, visit www.fsresidential.com.



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