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Cannon Beach Property Management

Community Property Management

We Can Manage Your Rental Property

We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive porfolio of single family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments in the Clatsop County area. We have a variety of long-term properties to suit every need. Whether you are looking for a place of your own or are wanting to rent yours out, we’d love to talk with you!

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The Benefits Of Using Community Property Management

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

Low time on market

Industry specific local knowledge

What We Do As Your Clatsop County Property Manager:

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Fill vacancies

Advertise your rental

Handle tenant inquiries

Background and credit investigations

Application processing

Lease signing

Full service repair

Rent collection


Handle tenant excuses


Cannon Beach Area Information

Welcome to Cannon Beach

Which was originally named “Ecola” in 1806 by Captain William Clark when the Lewis & Clark expedition visited the area.  They discovered a whale washed up on the beach and “Ecola” was the Native American term for “whale” and so the area was named. Then, in 1846 a cannon belonging to a shipwrecked U.S. Navy schooner called, “The Shark” washed up onto the beach.  It was at that time folks started referring to the area as Cannon Beach and then in 1922, the name was officially changed from Ecola to Cannon Beach.

Cannon Beach is home to many attractions that make it such a wonderful coastal retreat and resort area to come visit.  However it is probably most recognized for Haystack Rock, a natural rock formation rising 235 feet up from the beach and whose picturesque beauty can be found in print across the globe as one of the most photographed natural wonders on the Oregon Coast.

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The town of just under 2,000 attracts an estimated 750,000 visitors annually who come to experience firsthand its natural beauty, history, art galleries, live theatre, music, culture and restaurants featuring world class chefs.  The beautifully landscaped downtown area has a very upscale, eclectic mix of unique one-of-a kind shops, eye catching window displays, local eateries, street art and sculptures and meticulously maintained buildings.

Cannon Beach is also honored to maintain a reputation for being “one of the 100 best art towns in America” showcasing an extraordinary selection of art galleries featuring local and national artists.  Speaking of art – not only are they known for their galleries but for taking it out onto the beach as well! The annual Sand Castle Contest is celebrating its 48th year and continues to attract teams from all over the world to show off their talent in building incredible sculptures in the sand.  To experience what these individuals create in just 12 hours with nothing more than water, sand and some hand tools is incredible!

Next on the list and still bringing laughs, jeers and tears to the stage for over 35 years is the Coaster Theatre – known throughout the Northwest as one of the best.  The design of this theatre puts the audience so close you feel as though you were in the middle of each scene.  Be sure to check out the schedule for a current list of activities from live theatre, art shows, concerts and more.

Seems as though everyone knows someone who is a fan of the cult movie “The Goonies” filmed locally in the Astoria and Cannon Beach area.  Remember the race on the beach when Mama Fratelli had just helped bust one of her sons out of the jail? Or the secret hideout where Sloth was kept in the basement? While you’re here – take a trip down to Haystack Rock Beach and then over to Ecola State Park for the film locations of those scenes!  Heck, you might even find one of One Eyed Willy’s gold doubloons in the sand!

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