Are you interested in a property management company in the Winter Park area? The Realty Medics will be happy to assist you.
Winter Park is one of the most prized locations in the Greater Orlando area. It’s home to some of the most unique and delicious restaurants, many local hotspots like Park Ave and Mead Gardens, one of nation’s most progressive schools, Full Sail University, and lots of other activities for just about any resident.
Winter Park — What we offer
If you’re transitioning to the Winter Park real estate market, The Realty Medics are more than happy to speak with your about your property and provide honest, helpful feedback on your goals. We offer a wide variety of management services tailored to your individual needs as an investor, homeowner, or landlord.
Our portfolio of properties is extensive, and includes townhouses, condos, apartments, and single family homes. We pride ourselves on providing options for anyone in the Winter Park and Central Florida area, and with over 800 properties currently managed, we’d love to be your choice for an established, reliable property management company.
The Benefits of Using The Realty Medics
In addition to our expertise within the Winter Park area, we can also provide:
- A low 8% management fee
- Maintenance/Repair estimates (free) and service available before renting
- A dedicated account manager for each owner and property
- An Online Owner portal access and direct deposits
- Industry leading marketing tools on 100’s of websites and use of the MLS
- 24/7 in house emergency maintenance request handling
- Full inspection performed with accompanying report Inspection Report Example
- Fast unit turns with our in-house maintenance staff
- 2 Licensed Florida Home Inspectors on staff
We also boast very a very low vacancy rate, and our average vacancy period is less than 26 days. This is one of the fastest turn around rates in Orlando — it’s no wonder more than 75% of our tenants renew after the first year!
You can learn more about us and our property management experience here, or read our in-depth guide on Winter Park below.
Overview of Winter Park
Winter Park is a city in Orange County with a population of around 30,000 residents, according to the 2010 United States Census. It’s just north of downtown Orlando, but actually part of the much larger Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Metropolitan area, which holds one of the largest populations in Central Florida, at over 2 million residents.
Downtown Winter Park is home to some of the finest restaurants in the area, and has a great mix of local favorites and established brand dining. While Orlando isn’t known for being a “walkable city”, many residents are very close to their jobs or favorite restaurants, which means walking is part of the culture. Some of the most beautiful and pristine parks in Orlando are located in the Winter Park area, which truly makes this location one of most prized and beloved in the area.
The winters are mild, and the summers are hot and sunny. No matter what time of year, you’ll often see the residents out walking with their families and pets, and the local community does a great job decorating during the holidays. The people here are very active with their culture, and local events, from wine tastings to free outdoor films, happen every weekend.
In-depth on Winter Park
Winter Park enjoys a very high standard of education in its public and private school systems. This is most evident in the two major universities located here — Full Sail University and Rollins College. Full Sail is home to some of the most progressive majors and courses in the country, and graduates often work for major technology and entertainment companies in design, development, filmmaking, and sound engineering fields. Rollins College offers some of the most distinguished academic majors in Florida, and graduates are treated to world-class faculty at a campus located right in the heart of Winter Park.
Winter Park’s culture is often described as artistic or trendy, with many small technology firms establishing themselves right near Park Ave, one of the most popular areas in the community. However, the residents here also enjoy nature and open spaces, so you’ll find plenty of parks and recreational activities right near the downtown Winter Park area.
Like Windermere, Winter Park has a reputation as the “upper class” part of Orlando, but the average income for households is only slightly higher than average, at just over $48,000. Of course, income for family households is much higher, at over $70,000 average, and the community has an average amount of residents over 65. The amount of young residents is a little higher than normal, but that’s due to the excellent college system in place, which greatly boosts the education and economy levels of the Winter Park area.
Fun fact: The world’s largest collection of Tiffany glass can be found in Winter Park, at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art.
Sitting just a few minutes north of downtown Orlando, Winter Park is one of the most traveled communities, with college students and workers driving through the area on a daily basis. Thankfully, this also means that local residents have quick access to many major highways and roads that run through the Greater Orlando area, and travel times are relatively quick. A trip to Disney is often just a 20–30 minute car ride from downtown Winter Park.
To combat traffic congestion, many roads have speed bumps or are made from brick, which drastically reduces the average speed of most roads. While some may see this as a problem, many residents enjoy the slower-moving traffic, since it encourages commuters to take alternate routes around the area.
Great property management company, always on top of everything and always easy to get in touch with, will recommend it to all my friends.