What Makes Us Unique.

 RAM Property Management

The McDonald family has built many homes and relationships in San Benito County and the desire to have those same people manage these houses wasn’t far behind.  This is how RAM Property Management began.

Larry and Marilyn McDonald came to Hollister in 1962, bringing Larry’s father Raymond to Hollister soon after.  Raymond McDonald served as the 1973 president of the San Benito County Board of Realtors, built homes and practiced real estate for many years.  Their work ethic and quality of homes built have always been respected in the community.  Building homes from Las Brisas Estates, Ridgemark, Quail Hollow, Hillcrest, Sunnyslope and many more neighborhoods they had made a well-established name for themselves in San Benito County. 

Roger McDonald the founder of RAM Property Management and McDonald Investments, Inc. began working at age 14 in the family business alongside his father, Larry.  Roger has worked professionally in almost every aspect of construction throughout his life and now with over 45 years in the industry is continuing the quality, integrity and desire to contribute to his community that his family’s heritage established. 

Jared McDonald is now stepping into his father’s shoes and runs RAM Property Management alongside his father, Roger, who oversees maintenance.    Jared has been working in property management for over 5 years, has his BA in Real Estate Studies and has been the active Broker for the company for 3 years.  Like his father, Jared desires to continue in bringing growth to his community and implement technology to the upcoming generations of home owners through the managing of investment properties. Bringing the family business current in every aspect of organization, technology and expertise Jared has been able to reach a larger number of qualified applicants,  has allowed us to obtain a 1-week turnover with higher quality tenants, and keeps owners abreast of the changing rental market.   Alongside his father and with our designated staff to handle repair requests, tenants are now responded to within 48hrs for any maintenance issues.

We recognize our role and responsibility to our community as property managers.  We want to continue in investing in the value of  your property, the quality of life in our community, and the people of San Benito County.