San Diego Property Management
Larry Breitfelder - Navas entered the real estate industry during the late 1980’s providing full service property management with a focus on the Chula Vista market. His diverse account load included single family residences, apartment buildings, commercial facilities and Homeowner Associations.
Larry’s mission has always been to maximize long term profits for his clients. To this end, Larry has refined his ability to recognize tenant and vendors who are trustworthy, and work with them for the benefit of his clients.
On this basis, it is little wonder that in all his years of management, Larry has almost never had to evict a tenant that he rented to.
Larry earned his BA from the University of San Diego and went on to post Graduate studies at Claremont Graduate School. Over time he became a professionally trained mediator.
A leader in both business and community affairs, Larry served as a “loaned executive” for the Orange County United Way and went on to serve on Chamber of Commerce Economic Development and Public Policy committees. For a number of years Larry was an elected director for a local Water Utility with oversight responsibility for an operating budget in the vicinity of $100 million per year.
Larry is currently focused on the perfection of Golden State Property Management and his Presidency of the Chula Vista Taxpayers Association.
Mark Di Tommaso was born and raised in San Diego, CA. Being a San Diego native, he has lived in the communities of Nestor, Scripps Ranch, and Mission Bay Park. Throughout Mark’s entire life, he has only spent three months living away from America’s Finest City. His theory is this: When you live in a place as nice as San Diego…why live anywhere else? After graduating with honors from La Jolla High School, he pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience at the University of California, San Diego. Being a people person, and not wanting to work in a laboratory, Mark went on to get a teaching credential from San Diego State University. He taught middle school health, science, and French for 6 years.
Although teaching was Mark’s passion, in 2006 he realized that he would need to change careers if he was going to be able to support a family in San Diego. This wasn’t going to happen on a teacher’s salary. Mark decided that he wanted to continue working with, and helping, the public. In 2007, he obtained his real estate broker’s license and began his training in real estate. Of course, this happened to be the beginning of the biggest economic downturn this country has seen since the Great Depression. In order to thrive in real estate, Mark mastered the science of short sales, and successfully closed many real estate transactions for families who were in financial distress.
Southern California Real Estate and Investments, Inc., doing business as SoCal eRealty, was born in 2008. SoCal eRealty is a green brokerage, working to reduce the carbon footprint left by it’s 15 team members. We strive to use electronic signatures on all documents, and only print when necessary.
In his spare time, Mark enjoys surfing, computers, reading, and spending time with his fiancée, Abbie. Mark and Abbie will be married February 8, 2014, in Fallbrook, CA.
As the real estate market changes for the better and short sales begin to disappear, Mark’s desire to help people out of bad situations burns ever stronger. He has recently teamed up with Green Flash Public Relations to help him launch a yearly campaign to help San Diego families in need through significant charitable donations.
Mark is the co-founder of Golden State Property Management, and serves as Broker of Record for the company.
Golden State Property Management
1901 First Avenue, Suite 217L, San Diego, CA 92101
CA BRE License #01838607
Mark Di Tommaso, Broker of Record
619.500.3374 • firstname.lastname@example.org