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Property Management Services offered in Orlando
We screen all prospective renters to ensure we are placing quality and responsible tenants in your home. We screen tenants based on credit history, criminal history, nationwide eviction check, rental history verification, and employment verification. We do not collect a management fee until you get paid. Placing quality tenants is our highest priority.
Why Homeowners & Landlords Trust Our Orlando Property Management
At The Listing Real Estate Management, we specialize in managing single-family homes, condos, townhomes & multifamily properties throughout Orlando. Our industry-leading software and experienced property managers handle the entire process to ensure a successful rental property. From leasing, tenant screening, rental home maintenance & repairs to quality service 24/7. We know precisely how a rental property should operate. When choosing The Listing Real Estate Management, you choose the best for your investment property in Orlando.
Trusted Client Testimonials
Excellent service, we have had our rental property for years now and The Listing has far exceeded our expectations. We have gone through a few different property management companies and they are by far better than all the others! We are very happy we found The Listing and are excited for further rental property success. THANK YOU!
We have provided appliance repair service to The Listing Real Estate Property Management for almost a year. They are very professional, responsive, and super easy to work with. Their maintenance management system is extremely easy to understand and makes our interactions smooth. I cannot overstate how pleased we have been working with them. Excellent service for their home owners, tenants, and vendors alike.
I would recommend The Listing Real Estate Management company to anyone who was in the market to rent out their home. They vetted the potential renters very thoroughly and were in constant communication with me during the process. Even during a pandemic Jobe and his team were able to find qualified tenants and it has been a smooth process. I am very happy with my choice in choosing The Listing Real Estate Management company for my property management company!
The team at The Listing Real Estate Management is amazing. They are very professional and consistently strive to provide 1st rate service for everyone they serve. I have dealt with Jobe and Jacob and found them both to be very responsive, professional, and alway willing to go above and beyond. I would highly recommend this property management company to everyone in need of management services in Orlando.
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About Orlando, Florida
If you consider renting your home in Orlando, Florida, contact The Listing Real Estate Management to find why we're the best choice for Orlando property management. We're a professional property management company with years of experience managing homes in the Orlando area and take pride in serving our clients.
We offer full-service property management services to landlords, real estate investors, and homeowners in Orlando. Our property management package includes property leasing, tenant screening, eviction services, rental property maintenance and inspections, rent collection, and much more. We also have a free home search tool on our website that allows you to get your free property management analysis for your Orlando rental property.
Orlando, Florida: Growing Rapidly
The History of Orlando started in 1838 with the Height of the Seminole Wars. The U.S. Army built Fort Gatlin, south of Orlando's current city limits, to protect settlers from attacks by Indians. The fort began to grow larger, and within six years, the settlement expanded northward. In 1857 the community was incorporated to be called Orlando.
Orlando does not have a clear idea of how the name became Orlando. There are four stories on how the city got its name. Although they are all theories, one involves Judge James Spear, who fought to get his former worker Orlando the county seat. Another idea is that Orlando Reeves and accompanying soldiers were attacked, and Orlando Reeves, an awarded soldier, was buried on the south side of Lake Eola in Orlando. The last theory we'd like to share is that Mr. Orlando traveled to Tampa, Florida, with a herd of ox. The man became sick and died; the locals buried him and referred to the place as "where Orlando lies."
The early growth of Orlando stemmed from a need for better transportation to citrus markets. Between 1910 and 1920, the city had exponential growth and was transformed into a major city. The Orlando public library and Bob Carr Auditorium, now Dr. Phillips Center, were established in 1923.
In 1956 many more people started to move to Orlando due to increased work opportunities. During the 1950s-1960s, the Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce promoted growth and allowed the area to grow in population.
Walt Disney, during the mid-1960s, was creating the dream of building another park in Florida soon after the dream became a reality when Walt Disney World opened in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Orlando, Florida Today:
Orlando, Florida, is continuing to grow in population; the growth rate is solid and consistent. The growth rate averages between 2.07% to 2.92%. Tons of workers take advantage of the employment opportunities, great weather, and excellent Orlando living. In 2020, the Orlando metropolitan area recorded 61,000 new residents 2020, being the 3rd fastest-growing metro in the United States.
Orlando's population will reach 311,740 people by mid-year 2021. At the same time, the Greater Orlando metropolitan area is currently at 2.13 Million, the 6th largest city in the Southeastern U.S. and the 3rd largest population in Florida.
Real Estate Statistics in Orlando, Florida:
According to the Orlando Regional Realtor Association, median home prices in the Greater Orlando area hit a new high currently at $315,000, making this a 19% increase from last year. Although the real estate market continues to stay attractive, inventory rises as more homes are being listed for sale. As a result, new listings are spending on average just 29 days on the market.
Rental Market Statistic in Orlando, Florida:
The rental market is soaring in Orlando, Florida, due to increased demand and the hot sales market causing buyers to turn to rent. Average rents in Orlando are currently at $1,541/mth, a 9% increase from last year. As a result, we see rental property owners expand their rental rates and get top dollar from numerous prospective tenants.
The Orlando vacancy rate is currently at 7.62%. With a low vacancy rate, prospective tenants have to pay more to secure their next rental home.
The Listing Real Estate Management feels the rental market in Orlando, Florida, will continue to boom, and rental rates will continue to rise. There are areas in the greater Orlando area where you can see higher rental rates.
Facts About Orlando, Florida.
- Orlando, Florida, is located in Central Florida, in Orange County, and known for popular parks Disney World, Universal Orlando, and Seaworld Orlando.
- More than just theme parks: known for an amazing food scene, art, history, culture, shopping.
- People are moving to Orlando for beautiful weather, arts and culture, affordability, job opportunities, quality education, food and drink, and recreation opportunities.
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