Our Full Service Property Management is all-inclusive. This service is the solution for
owners who want a professional licensed property manager to handle
the day-to-day management and responsibilities that a rental property
requires. We handle everything associated with the rental of your
property. As your property manager we represent you, the owner, throughout
the rental process and lease period. Our goal is to provide you with
first class service and peace of mind.
Reasons to Use a Property Manager
A Professional Property Manager has knowledge and expertise in real estate, is licensed
in their state, knowing laws that an owner may not and therefore is skilled in managing
tenant issues on behalf of the owner.
While it may be tempting to forgo paying commissions and manage your rental property
yourself, retaining the services of a Professional PropertyManager may help you save
time and money in the long run. While you may have to pay a percentage of gross
monthly rent to a Professional Property Manager, this fee of ten pays for itself in terms of
the increased profits that many landlords and investors experience when hiring one.
Professional Property Management companies have resources and avast of experience in
the real estate field, and know how to maximize rental rates while
keeping costs and tenant turnover to a minimum.
Professional Property Managers are constantly analyzing the markets to make sure that
you are not under pricing your rentals, ensuring maximum profit.
A large benefit to having a Professional Property Manager is the freedom of not having to
be on call 24/7 as a result of tending to problems that will occasionally come up with
tenants and contractors. Since the property management company handles such matters
as collecting rents, resolving tenant disputes, negotiating with contractors and vendors
and responding to maintenance issues, the landlord no longer has to deal with the
endless phone calls, requests, complaints, etc. involved with managing a property.
Property managers also protect landlords and investors from liability and lawsuits.
Knowledge of the Marketplace
Professional Property Managers are trained professionals that are familiar with
comparable properties and what they are renting for, and know what the market demand
is as well.
Familiar with Relevant Law
Professional Property Managers stay on top of developments that affect your rental
property. The amount of paperwork and all the issues that must be addressed can be
overwhelming. A Property Manager can help you through it all.
Reaching More Tenants
You may not be reaching many qualified tenants if your home is not properly marketed.
The experience of a Professional Property Manager in marketing and lease negotiations
enables us to find tenants faster and reduce your loss of income from vacancies. When a
house is for Rent "By Owner", tenants usually expect a lower price and less scrutiny of
their financial history. If you do not properly screen new tenants, you increase your risk
of ending up in court trying to recoup past-due rent and other damages.
Less Wasted Time
Trying to show your home to potential tenants can be an inconvenience, and often many
of the callers don't actually show up for their appointment.Potential tenants often expect
a fast response. If they have to wait to see the house on your schedule, they may lose
interest before they ever see it.
A Local Presence
Once your home is rented, your Professional Property Manger will keep an eye on your
property while you are away, to ensure that the tenants are takin gcare of it. Having
someone local means that many problems found can be corrected faster.
Professional Property Managers handle both routine repairs and emergencies. They know
how to avoid unnecessary repairs and reduce your maintenance expenses, plus, property
managers have a working relationship with contractors, so they know the best contractor
for each type of job. The bottom line is that you save money.
Faster Response and More Complete Information
By using computers to track things such as repairs, rent collection, correspondence and
upcoming events such as property reviews and lease renewals, property managers can provide a faster response to you and your tenants, and keep you better informed.
For more information or if you are ready to meet with a BusinessDeveloper please contact us at Legends Realty.
Property Owners - Please complete the following form for a Free Rental Analysis of your
home. Our office will forward to you all the necessary documents
for your review, will prepare a rental range and one of our Business
Developers will contact you for an appointment to view your property.
We specialize in the areas of Seminole, Orange and West Volusia
counties of Central Florida.
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The community is named for a large lake in the northern part.
Lake Nona Medical City is considered a biomedical research and educational hub since it includes the University of Central Florida College of Nursing and the University of Central Florida College of Dental Medicine, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, the Orlando Veterans Administration Medical Center, Nemours Children’s Hospital, and a University of Florida Academic and Research Center. In the Lake Nona area, the population has grown from merely 1,500 in 2000 to over 50,000 people in 2015. In just the past 5 years alone, the population increased from roughly 27,000 people, nearly doubling. Some statistics show that by the 2020 census, the Lake Nona area population could be as high as 75,000, while others put the figure more or less around 100,000 strong, with the latter statistic becoming more practical due to the fact that there are nearly 20,000 homes under construction or planned in the Lake Nona area. Most of the newcomers here are very affluent and in the upper middle class, settling for the proximity to Orlando's emerging Medical City in Lake Nona. During the Puerto Rican crisis of 2015, over 15,000 Puerto Ricans called Orlando their new home while about 20% of those settled in the Lake Nona area. Source From Wikipedia
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