Ventura-BeachPresidio Real Estate Services is your resource for Ventura, California Property Management and Leasing. Presidio’s property management programs are customized to meet the needs of each individual property owner and range from full service property management to leasing only programs. If you are an investor Presidio will help you assemble a quality portfolio of properties and tenants.

If you are relocating to Ventura from another city, state or country, utilize the Presidio Tenant Advantage Program, this unique and innovative rental program for prospective tenants puts our extensive local knowledge and resources to work for you. Presidio’s team of experts will prepare an application package guaranteed to help you get the home of your choice.

Presidio’s staff are knowledgeable real estate professionals, but we’re also your neighbors. We want to help make the transition easier. If there’s anything we can do to help, just ask!

Ventura sums up all that one thinks of when dreaming of a Southern California lifestyle. The pleasure starts off with delightfully warm weather, kept comfortable by that the town rests on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The housing market runs the gambit from multi-million dollar beach homes, to sprawling estates and ranches, to suburban subdivisions and apartment complexes. Whatever your budget, style and aspirations, you’ll find ample opportunity for it all right there in Ventura, California.


Ventura is the county seat, home of the Ventura County Museum of History & Art and the site of the Ventura County Fair, as well as many other popular events that the city hosts throughout the year. The ocean comes to your door with the San Buenaventura State Beach, Ventura Harbor, Pier and the Channel Islands National Park (and land-based visitor’s center). Each of these provides residents and visitors alike with the wonderful and rare treats of the Pacific Ocean.

Within redevelopment portion of the downtown section, you’ll find that some features have been modernized, while the quaint atmosphere has been preserved. Residents and tourists alike enjoy visiting and browsing in the newly renovated Pacific View Mall or strolling down the new pedestrian-friendly street-scapes.


Ventura’s history goes all the way back to the building of Mission San Buenaventura, which is still in use, holding regular Roman Catholic services, and is also open to visitors who may want to get a glimpse of this important landmark.

Quick Facts:

Location: 63 miles (one hour) north of Los Angeles.

The Name: “Ventura” was chosen for the county when it separated from Santa Barbara County in 1873. It is presumed that the city also gained its shortened name at this time. Ventura was incorporated as a city on March 10th, 1886.

Zip Codes: 93001, 93002, 93003, 93004, 93005, 93006, 93007

Other Nearby Zip Codes: Casitas Springs: 93001, County Government Center: 93009, East Ventura: 93003 and 93006, La Conchita: 93001, Montalvo: 93003 and 93005, Mussel Shoals: 93001, Saticoy: 93004 and 93007

Governing Style: Charter; with city manager, council-mayor.

Average annual temperature: low of 50 and a high of 70 degrees.

Average annual rainfall: 15 inches

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