The following is a general estimate for the typical utility bills in the City of Fresno. Four services go into a homeowner’s monthly utility bill: Water ($24.49 for one-inch meter and 1,800 cubic feet of water); sewer ($25.75); trash ($25.37); and community sanitation (neighborhood cleanup, street-sweeping, etc., $6.23). This produces a typical monthly bill of $81.84. As an investment property owner (landlord) these are traditionally costs that are paid for by the tenant. Please contact Neighborhood Property Management if you should have additional questions about these utility rates or other fees that would impact you or your prospective renters. Neighborhood Property Management is primarily a residential property management company serving the Fresno and Clovis areas in Central California and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559-417-8565.
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