New Smyrna Beach, FL Property Management | The Realty Medics

New Smyrna Beach Property Management

Looking for a property management company for New Smyrna Beach, Florida? The Realty Medics will be happy to assist you.

New Smyrna Beach sits on a barrier island in the greater Daytona Beach metropolitan area. Renamed from Coronado Beach, New Smyrna Beach is home to 25,000 people who enjoy life in this small city on Central Florida’s Atlantic coast. The surrounding area forms part of the “Fun Coast” that draws visitors for some of the world’s best oceanside activities like swimming, surfing and sailing. New Smyrna Beach is rated as one of the top ten beach towns by many publications. It’s also known as the shark bite capitol of the world.

New Smyrna Beach — What we offer

If you’d like to transition into the New Smyrna Beach real estate market, we’d love to speak with you about your goals, and provide an honest insight into your property. We offer a wide range of property management services tailored to your specific needs as an investor, landlord, or homeowner. We pride ourselves on our work ethic, and let our positive reputation and reviews speak for themselves.

Our portfolio of homes, condos, apartments, and townhouses has something for every potential resident, and we can provide options and insight for anyone in the New Smyrna Beach or Central Florida area. With over 800 properties managed, let us be your choice for a reliable, established New Smyrna Beach property management company.

The Benefits of Using The Realty Medics

In addition to our local knowledge and expertise in the New Smyrna Beach area, we 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 take pride in taking care of your properties with respect and care. Learn about everything we offer and let us show you how committed we are about managing your property.

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 Central Florida— 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 New Smyrna Beach below.

Overview of New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach celebrates its 250th birthday in 2018. It was settled by an interesting mixture of Scotts, Greeks, Italians and Minorcans who worked with the Spanish, establishing one of the largest colonies on the Atlantic coast. In 1819, New Smyrna Beach became part of the United States.

It’s easy to see why New Smyrna Beach is so attractive. It has 13 miles of pristine, unbroken white sand set against the blue Atlantic. Combine this with another 24 miles of coastline at the Canaveral National Seashore and you’ve got the idyllic spot to watch NASA launch rockets from the adjacent Kennedy Space Center.

New Smyrna Beach abounds with outdoor activities. Sea sports are immensely popular as are rounds on nearby golf courses. So are nature hikes in the most biologically diverse river estuary in North America. Not all of New Smyrna’s attractions are outside, though. It’s named one of America’s top small cities for the arts.

In-Depth New Smyrna Beach

The Location

New Smyrna Beach is an absolutely charming seaside city on Florida’s central Atlantic coast. It’s part of Volusia County, 80 miles southeast of Orlando and 14 miles south of central Daytona Beach. Jacksonville is 100 miles northwest. New Smyrna Beach sits on a barrier island in the Indian River estuary and bridged to the mainland. It’s slight remoteness makes New Smyrna Beach popular for tourists and retirees alike.

The Weather

New Smyrna Beach has typical weather for Florida locations north of Lake Okeechobee. It’s hot and subtropical with humid summers and mild winters. Summers are rainy while winters are generally warm, clear and calm. Mid-summer is hurricane season for New Smyrna Beach. Being exposed to the open ocean is wonderful to view but residents need to be on guard for high winds. Lightning storms are common but snow is virtually unheard of.

More Details on New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach’s population is a diverse mix of ages and interests. It’s more popular with seniors who enjoy being central in Florida but feel comfortably detached with the island life. Population groups get bigger as age increases giving the 60 plus demographic the largest share.

Home prices are expensive compared to the greater Daytona Beach region. Average house prices in New Smyrna Beach are in the high $300,000 range. Condominiums are very popular for the retired folks. Rental vacancies are tight but relatively affordable. Average household incomes are proportionally high with most being over $60,000 per year.

New Smyrna Beach is somewhat of a bedroom community though it does have a flourishing economy partly due to the arts and education sectors. It’s home to the Atlantic Center for the Arts as well as the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University that provides top-notch aviation and aerospace training. Many NASA employees also live in the New Smyrna region.

No mention of New Smyrna Beach would be complete without bringing up sharks. It earned the shark bite capitol reputation. That’s because New Smyrna Beach sits on the edge of Ponce Inlet where murky waters of the Indian River estuary meet the high surf coming in from the Atlantic. Baitfish are many and can often being seen breaking the surface while being chased, perfect for hungry sharks. Even so, it’s a beautiful area with great outdoor activities and gorgeous weather.


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