We Serve the Greater Sacramento Area

Keyrenter Sacramento has proven to be successful time and time again, which is why we are eager to expand in order to offer our services wherever we can.

We know our strategy works, and we hope each one of our customers can experience that strategy firsthand.

By realizing that each person and property has unique needs, Keyrenter is able to find the right tenants, perform proper maintenance, and much more so you can reap the benefits you deserve.

We currently provide our services to select areas in the Sacramento area but may expand to others down the road.

Cities We Serve



Although the first developer of the community sold property in the area during the early 1900s, the population increased significantly in size after 1950. Most structures here today date from the post-1960s era, with numerous properties reflecting stylish modern design features. Median household income in 2013 stood at $53,858. Average home prices in Carmichael as of July, 2016 stand at $351,800. Houses generally range in price between $200,000 and $400,000. Current rentals vary widely based upon the size of the unit, but typically houses command significantly higher rents than apartments and they usually rent at prices above $1,000 monthly.

Located in Sacramento County on the outskirts of Sacramento beside the American River Parkway and just to the west of Rancho Cordova, the comfortable suburb of Carmichael, California covers almost fourteen square miles. This primarily residential community provide a home for some 61,000 people. The community enjoys a low rate of unemployment. Most homeowners obtain appreciating property values here. Over 90% of adults residing in this suburban enclave possess a high school diploma and nearly 36% hold college or other advanced graduate degrees.

Located just a brief commute away from the historic capital city of California, the community provides a convenient locale for many households seeking a suburban place to live with a solid infrastructure situated close to employment, shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities. Residents enjoy easy access to miles of hike and bike trails along the American River. Several local parks offer exercise and picnic facilities. Carmichael Park provides a venue for local baseball and tennis matches. With Sacramento close at hand, residents easily access the numerous cultural attractions and landmarks within the city.

Citrus Heights

The city has a median household income of $54,236. Its median home value is $269,100, with prices rising more than 10 percent over the past year and projected to rise an additional five percent in the coming months. The average rental home in the area costs about $1,478 per month, which in line with national averages but lower than the average monthly rental cost in Sacramento County as a whole ($1,679).

Located in Sacramento County and part of the Sacramento metropolitan area, Citrus Heights has a population of approximately 87,056 people according to the 2015 United States Census. This places it among the top 100 largest cities in the state of California. The population of Citrus Heights is more than 80 percent Caucasian, with the remaining percentage a mix of African American, Native American, and Asian. Approximately 16 percent of all of the city’s residents identify as Hispanic (of any race).

While the first settlers arrived in the area in the 1850s just after California became a state, the city was not officially incorporated until 1997. Had residents not voted in favor of incorporation, the area would have been annexed as part of the city of Sacramento.

Citrus Heights has a busy retail and service economy anchored by the Sunrise Mall, which is newly remodeled and boasts more than 100 stores. The Mall is surrounded by the Sunrise Marketplace, which features big box retailers such as Best Buy and Target. In addition, it is located just ten miles from downtown Sacramento.

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Fair Oaks

Fair Oaks has many characteristics of a quintessential all-American town. Its proximity to Sacramento, San Francisco and other major California cities make it an even more desirable place to live. The median home price is $352,600. A property for rent averages around $1,128 per month.

Fair Oaks is often regarded as being one of the best communities in Sacramento County. Located in Northern California, the community has a total population of just over 30,000 according to a 2010 U.S. Census report. The crime rate here is considerably lower than in other parts of the country, making it the perfect place to raise a family.Another great aspect of living in this community is the favorable climate that can be enjoyed throughout much of the year. Rainfall totals are usually less than 25 inches per year. The hottest summer temperatures can climb to 95 degrees. Low temperatures in the winter rarely dip below the freezing mark, and snowfall almost never occurs.

In addition to being an ideal place to call home, residents can find several ways to entertain themselves. Fair Oaks Village, which is considered the town center, boasts a wide variety of shops and restaurants. The local history center features old photographs and Native American relics on display and is a great place to go to learn more about the community’s history. A chicken festival held every year at the end of summer gives people the chance to get to know these classic farm critters a little better. The community also hosts an annual dog walk and car show.

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Folsom is a rapidly growing community. The population has increased by 45 percent since 2000, and more businesses open in the city each year. Almost 45 percent of the population has at least a bachelor’s degree, and more than 17 percent have a graduate degree. As of 2013, the median price of a home or condo in the city was about $389,300. The average cost of a detached home was $398,197, and the average cost of a townhouse or an attached unit was $223,862. The median cost of rent is $1,414.

Folsom is a city located in Sacramento County, California. As of 2013, the population was estimated to be about 73,000. Because the city is located in northern California, the weather is mostly favorable all year. On summer days, the temperature is usually around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and in winter, temperatures usually stay in the mid-40s. The vast majority of their spring and summer days are sunny.Many residents of the city take advantage of the beautiful nature sites in and around the area. The city has more than 30 miles of bike trails that pass through several forests. The Folsom Lake Recreation Area is great for boating, fishing, camping, and hiking. The city is also home to Lake Natoma.

One of the most popular attractions among both locals and visitors is the zoo, which houses a variety of animals, including a bear, squirrel monkeys, and several species of birds. Residents can also visit the Harris Center for the Arts to see theatre, dance, and music performances.




The average rental price for an apartment in the area is $1515, and homes generally sell for around $400,000. While there are a variety of properties, most homes are located within developments that were built in the past thirty years. Since the region sees warm weather in the summer months, with highs climbing into the nineties, many single-family homes have decent sized yards and in-ground pools. These features can help make an income property more attractive.

Roseville is a former railroad town that has grown into a major suburb in Placer County. Because the town is less than 20 miles east of Sacramento, the capital of California, its residents have easy access to all of the amenities that come with a major metropolitan center. Within the town boundaries are several shopping centers, including the Westfield Galleria, which is the second largest shopping mall in Northern California.If you travel east from town along Interstate 80, you can find yourself in the Sierra Nevada foothills, where hiking and biking are popular year-round activities. Just a bit further are world renown ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe region.

The intersection of the California Central Railroad and the Central Pacific Railroad was once simply known as the “Junction”. It soon became named Roseville, and as the home of some of the Southern Pacific Railroad facilities, it grew in population in the early 1900s. The area saw another big surge of growth in the past thirty years, and its now where 125,000 people live. In 2008, the city was named as one of the top 100 small cities in the country by CNN.

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According to the 2014 census, the median household income was $53,482. As of May 2016, the median home value is $339,900, and the median rent for a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is $1,659 monthly.

As the capital city of California, as well as the oldest incorporated city in the state, Sacramento is home to many historical landmarks, parks, and other attractions. It was a center of distribution during the Gold Rush, with terminals for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the pony express, and eventually the Transcontinental Railroad.
Home to over 470,000 people, it is the sixth largest city in the state, and the 35th largest city in the United States. A city with a strong Hispanic heritage, it has been named “America’s Most Diverse City” by TIME magazine. It is located at the meeting of the Sacramento River and the American River in the northern portion of California’s Central Valley.

There is never a shortage of things to do, no matter what your interests may be. There are museums, including the California State Railroad Museum, often called the Best Railroad Museum in North America, as well as the State Capitol, which is the city’s largest employer. Old Sacramento State Historic Park is full of restored Gold-Rush era historic buildings, museums, and cobbled streets. With the majority of days filled with sunny, Mediterranean weather, the city even holds activities for outdoor enthusiasts, including bicycling or hiking through their streets, trails, and parks, and white water rafting and boating on the rivers.

Neighborhoods We Serve

  • Carmichael
  • Citrus Heights
  • Fair Oaks
  • Folsom
  • Roseville
  • Sacramento

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