Davisville Management Company Captures 2019 Reader’s Choice Award

The company has been voted Best Property Management Company in Yolo County, reports davisapartmentsforrent.com.

Davis, CA - April 7, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

(Davis, CA)--The results are in and

">Davisville Management Company captured the top spot for Best Property Management Company in Yolo County in 2019. Davisville Management Company has three apartment communities in North Davis about a mile from the UC Davis campus -- Aggie Square, Almondwood, and Fountain Circle. These communities offer 15 different floor plans – including one-bedroom, single-floor, and four-bedroom townhouses – all designed for comfortable student living. All three apartment communities are geared toward and cater to UCD students with locations near shopping and UC Davis Unitrans bus routes.

“We are so humbled and thankful to have been named the top choice for Best Property Management Company in Yolo County this year,” said Mark McNece, a member of the family that owns and operates Davisville Management Company. “We started this company in an effort to serve students and our community well. Offering clubhouses, computer labs, fitness rooms, and more, we’ve worked hard to achieve that goal and create an atmosphere that is conducive for college students who need to study, socialize, and relax. Our team is thrilled that others have been able to recognize that.”

The 2019 Reader’s Choice awards are brought to you by the Davis Enterprise. Each year, the Davis Enterprise polls the community in search of “the best” in Yolo County. Categories range from automotive, to restaurants, to services, to home repair; over 120 categories in all for 2019.

McNece went on to say, “We truly appreciate all of the students who call our properties home. Knowing how much competition is out there in Davis for apartment rentals and how many choices students have when deciding on off-campus housing, we consider this first place vote a tremendous honor. This is a significant award for Davisville Management Company, and we want students to know that we’ll never rest on our laurels. Year after year, we’ll continue to find ways to serve them better and create communities they love and can thrive in.”

You can see for yourself why Davisville Management Company was selected as the Best Property Management Company in Yolo County by visiting their website at (https://www.davisapartmentsforrent.com/.

About Davisville Management Company:

Davisville Management Company is owned and operated by the second generation of the McNece family. The primary focus of the company is to provide the best possible living experience to our residents of Aggie Square Apartments, Fountain Circle Townhomes and Almondwood Apartments.

Contact Info:
Name: Greg McNece
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Organization: Davisville Management Company
Address: 2525 2nd St, Davis, CA 95618
Phone: 5307585800
Website: https://www.davisapartmentsforrent.com/davisville-management-company-captures-2019-readers-choice-award/

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