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Longwood Area Property Management

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We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and condos in the Longwood area.

Management Services

Leasing Services

Eviction Protection at No Cost to Owners

On top of the services we provide, we offer an Eviction Protection program at no cost to you! If ever a tenant we placed into your property doesn't pay rent and there is a need to evict, we will shoulder the court cost and lawyer fees up to $750 so you don't need to worry.

Owner Management Package

  1. Add Additional Insured
  2. New Property Information Sheet
  3. IRS W-9
  4. Direct Deposit Form

Please return completed form to office with a voided check.

Longwood Area Information

Longwood Property Managers

Longwood, as well as most of Seminole County, shares its American Colonial history with the early settlement of Orange, Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Osceola Counties that make up the Greater Orlando metropolitan area and its surrounding environs. Central Florida's development began after the Second Seminole War. By the early 1860s, the cities of Sanford and Orlando were small settlements. Settlers began arriving at what would become Longwood during the lull between the end of the Seminole Wars in the 1850s and the beginning of the American Civil War in 1861.

The earliest settlers to the Longwood area arrived in the early 1870s. John Neill Searcy came from Tennessee in March 1873, and Edward Warren Henck arrived from Boston in November of the same year. Both came by steamboat up the St. Johns River to Sanford and were soon granted Longwood homesteads. A small community had begun to develop. Mr. Henck found the Hartley Family homesteading at Fairy Lake (which is now the Columbus Harbor neighborhood) when he first arrived. "There were no other inhabitants in what is now the corporation of Longwood.", Henck wrote in a brief history of his early days in Florida for historian William Fremont Blackman's History of Orange County, Florida, published in 1927. Source From Wikipedia

Areas We Serve

954 South Orlando Avenue   |   Winter Park, FL 32789
Phone: 407.571.3635   |   Fax: 407 388.6536

 

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