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What do Daytona Beach, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach and Ormond Beach all have in Common?

November 9th, 2017

When you visit the greater Daytona Beach area that includes DeLand, New Smyrna Beach and Ormond Beach, you’ll find something they all have in common. Actually, you’ll find several similarities, but one thing in particular stands out. These areas make up one of the fastest growing and most affordable regions to purchase property in America!…Read More »

5 Tips for Buyers Competing Against Multiple Offers on a Home

October 31st, 2017

In hot housing markets like Central Florida, bidding wars are becoming more and more common. When there’s a high demand and a lack of supply, buyers are forced to compete against each other for their dream homes. When a home has multiple offers, buyers need to do all they can to appeal to the seller…Read More »

5 Things to Know About Owning Beachfront Property

October 18th, 2017

Owning a home on the beach is a dream for many families. Or for investors, beach homes can be smart business investments that provide you with immediate rental income and long-term equity. Whether you’re buying an oceanfront home for yourself or as an income property, there are some important factors to consider. Beach homes have…Read More »

What to Know About Investing in A Rehab Property

September 27th, 2017

Rehab properties are becoming increasingly popular because they can be a smart financial investment. Income properties provide owners with a steady, passive revenue stream, build up equity over time and support financial freedom.   If you can buy a property at a low price and add value to it through rehab and repairs, then you…Read More »

Become a Landlord In 5 Easy Steps

September 22nd, 2017

Do you dream of having a passive monthly income? Do you want the freedom and the ability to travel whenever you’d like? You can achieve this dream lifestyle by buying an investment property. Becoming a landlord doesn’t have to be difficult when you follow these five easy steps. 1. Secure a Rentable Property The first…Read More »

Getting Your First Home Mortgage – How to Get a Home Mortgage

August 25th, 2017

For first-time homebuyers, the idea of making that first step towards your long-term future is exciting. But, it can also be overwhelming if you’re not prepared to apply for your first mortgage.   It’s important for first-time home buyers need to do everything they can to qualify for a mortgage before they begin shopping for…Read More »

Poinciana – A hidden gem in Central Florida for Property Investors

August 16th, 2017

Poinciana is a master-planned community located southwest of Kissimmee, FL, another hidden gem. Comprised of 10 villages brought together under one Homeowners Association (HOA), Poinciana isn’t an incorporated city, but rather a census-designated place (CDP). Six of its villages are located in Polk County, while four are in Osceola County all making up the Association…Read More »

Preparing your home for Hurricane Season

July 28th, 2017

Florida property owners should be advised that experts are predicting a wild hurricane season for 2017. An above-average number of storms are expected to hit the Atlantic. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts between 5 and 9 hurricanes between June and November. As property managers in Orlando we personally know how important it is…Read More »

Finding and Buying a Home in 2017

July 18th, 2017

The home buying landscaping has changed drastically over the past 20 years. What used to be a slow, time-consuming process has been made more efficient by web-based MLS listings and thousands of searchable websites.   According to Redfin, a real estate search giant, homes in 2017 are selling at record rates. The average home now…Read More »

5 Easy Ways to Keep Costs Down as the Heat Goes Up

June 26th, 2017

Floridians know that our summers can and do get scorching hot. And, hot temperatures mean high cooling and electrical costs. But there are ways to keep yourself cool and comfortable without burning a huge hole in your wallet this summer. Here are 5 great ways for keeping your summer energy costs low: 1. Use Floor…Read More »