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Established 2013

Service Area

Serving Auburn, Colfax, Lincoln, Weimar, Newcastle, Loomis, Rocklin, Granite Bay, and other areas in Placer County.

Welcome to Courthouse Property Management.  We are a local property management company situated in Auburn, California, that manages residential and commercial property in the Placer County area. Here at Courthouse Property Management, we strive to serve our clients in new, creative, and cost-effective ways, that serves the needs of property owners. Our goal is to take the hassle and frustration out of the management of residential and commercial property.


The owner of Courthouse Property Management, Ed Koons, has been an attorney and real estate broker in Auburn for the past 35 years. He brings his reputation, commitment, and dedication to homeowners and tenants of Courthouse Property Management, and when necessary, his legal expertise. His knowledge and background bring security and confidence to those we serve. 

Our Property Manager, Paula Thorsnes, brings her 30 years of experience as a licensed real estate agent and member of the Placer County Board of Realtors. She has solid organizational skills, extensive knowledge of the area, along with hands-on property management skills, having worked for Landmark Communities, a 365-unit complex owned by the Waldorf-Astoria conglomerate in Los Angeles. Her goal is to keep you informed as to all aspects regarding your property, as well as the tenants who occupy those properties. Keep a look out for her showing properties in Auburn or at our other property locations.

We look forward to serving you, and appreciate your business.


"Courthouse is responsive to both tenants and owners, and is very professional and courteous in dealing with both parties"

"Courthouse found us tenants in record time!"

"Communications between [Paula] and I are swift and efficient...I appreciate her attentiveness...I receive my rent checks consistently in a timely manner.

Sandra Livinghouse

Susan Pinsker, David Smith

Gary Young

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