One of the rental properties available from Seiber Properties

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Seiber Properties is NOT a property management company. However, the owners personally manage over 13 residential and 2 commercial properties throughout Davis.

Leasing for residential properties starts in February, with 2-3 bedroom apartments and townhomes (including handicap-accessible units) in West, Central and East Davis. Rates are generally in the $1025-$1995 range.

Leasing for commercial properties is year-round with rates starting at $400. Offices vary in location and exposure, but range in size from 100 square feet to 2000 square feet.

Additional information and rental applications are available on the website.

To learn more about rental housing in Davis, check out our Housing Guide as well as our Apartments pages.


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2009-07-04 13:21:56   I advise highly against this place. The apartment itself isn't so bad, but the management is terrible. If you're comfortable with a little terrorist popping into your house 24/7 to yell at you about her paper work mix-ups feel free. But I warn you, be prepared, document everything before you move. Often the apartment isn't finished being cleaned, and Rita might have selective memories about the details. I would classify this as a slum lord situation. Say good bye to your deposit as soon as ou give it. Don't let her take advantage of you. I repeat, document everything!! —Domlertylique

2009-07-05 11:49:54   Rita is not as bad as the poster above says. She does pop by a lot, but she's just trying to keep her properties up to date. In the end we got our whole deposit back. She even gave us a little extra because we moved out a bit earlier. —brighteyes

2010-02-02 22:25:34   Domlertyligue, I hardly ever deduct from the deposit except when door, windows, lighting were broken due to disorderly behavior. You are welcome to come see me to discuss your charges. —RitaSeiber

2010-07-15 00:37:23   Lived here before. She is pretty bad. Always kept popping in and telling me the place was horrible. It was pretty damn clean. Even my friends said they dont know why she was hassling me. Tried to make me pay for cleaning the carpets and fixing half the stuff in the apartment that was already broken when we got in. Didn't even get half my deposit back —David.Tran

2010-07-15 00:40:14   Oh yeah, she does have a selective memory. Went in to discuss rent before we moved in and then she tried to charge us 100 more when we went to sign the documents. Told her we discussed lowering the rent and she said she had no remembrance of that conversation. Finally she caved because we were not going to sign and she lowered it. —David.Tran

2018-10-03 11:20:42   Rita is an awful landlord. We got the place in pretty poor condition a year ago. It hadn't been professionally cleaned. There was a computer monitor left in the apartment and a bed frame, light fixture and blinds left in the backyard. We went over these things with her to make sure we wouldn't be charged for this when we moved out. When we got the place the air conditioning didn't work. We went back and forth for a full month before she finally sent someone out to fix it. She would set up a time for her or her handyman to come by the place without giving us 24 hours notice. She didn't cash our October or November rent check until the following month and then accused us of not paying rent that month. Overall very unorganized. We cleaned the place thoroughly before moving out. During the walk through she said the only thing left to be done by the cleaners was wash the windows and window sills but we were still charged $500 for a total of 20 hours of cleaning. And, of course, she ended up charging us for the bed frame that was left in the backyard and a sink that was not there when we moved out (where would we have gotten a spare sink in the first place?). After trying to contact her for the last two weeks to dispute the charge taken out of our deposit we've gotten no response. I strongly advise that you keep a record of all of your correspondence with her and take lots of pictures of the place when you move in and out so you can take her to small claims court if she tries to screw you over in the way she has so many other tenants. Here are some resources to help you out with the process in case it does come up: Office of Tenant Resources ( Fair Housing guidelines on what can and cannot be deducted from security deposits GSA free legal advice has been very, very helpful: Good luck! —eazepeda