We understand that you are looking for a home, not just a place to live. Contact us today to find out about available properties and how to get moved in.
About Smart Pad Property Management
Smart Pad Property Management services the entire Puget Sound. Our primary focus is the management of residential properties, for property owners who are looking to maximize their return on investment with a low cost, yet high service management company. Whether you’re a seasoned investor who owns 50 homes, or a first time home owner considering making your primary residence a rental unit, we are here to guide you through the process. Smart Pad is a proud Combat Veteran Owned Business.
Areas We Service
Pierce County – King County – Thurston County – Kitsap County
What our clients are saying!
My wife and I had an awesome experience working with Kris at Smart Pad Management. We needed a house as soon as possible and she was flexible and super easy to work with. She definitely went the extra mile andI highly recommend her to anyone. Whatever your housing needs, they... read moreMichael A.1/17/2018
This is my first experience working with a property management company that not only turned the house around for a new tenant but will be doing on-going property management work on a monthly basis ...and so far I am very pleased with Smart Pad! Gavin and Kris are super... read moreKeith M.8/07/2017
I had lived in the same house for 50 years of my life when I decided to make a change and put my house up for rent. Not knowing the best way to go about it and not wanting the pressure of managing all involved in that, my son found... read moreCarolyn K.7/28/2018
My boyfriend and I had been searching for houses to rent and came across a listing through smart pad property management that looked to fit us perfectly. We got in contact with the company for the listing, and this is where we met Kris! Right from the start Kris was... read moreaudreycook211/18/2018
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