Ocala Property Management
Let us manage your Ocala rental property
Our business is to provide our clients with management solutions that help their properties operate smoothly, increase in desirability and enhance investment value. That's why property owners throughout the area depend on us to help achieve their goals of property performance and profitability. Whether your properties are apartments, single family homes, duplexes, commercial developments, or office spaces for growing companies, our company ensures that your property is well managed to attract and retain tenants.
What we do as your Ocala Property Manager
Quality Tenants: We perform an in-depth background check, rental history, and income verification on each applicant.
We can fill your property quickly: We’ll advertise on multiple real estate websites. We utilize Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and other trusted professional marketing venues to ensure that we find you a quality tenant in a timely matter. Our rental market is booming at the moment. We can fill all of your properties very quickly.
Rent Collection: When the tenant’s rent clears, we rush to get your money to you! We use PropertyWare to direct deposit your rents. Rent is due on the 1st, they have until the 5th. Depending on weekends and holidays, you will receive rent in your account between 5-7 days.
Fair pricing: We offer competitive management fees.
Professional financial reporting: Owners will receive monthly statements, 1099s, and an end of the year financial statement, as well as copies of any invoices paid out of your account. Our book-keeping department uses PropertyWare to help track rents, maintenance expenses, and even has the option to have a reserve for emergency maintenance.
Communication: We are always available to you, and work steadily to keep you informed. We provide tenants and owners with many ways to contact us at all times via office phone, fax, emergency after hours numbers, e-mail, text messaging, and social media.
Maintenance: You will be contacted soon after a work order has been submitted from the tenant. We will call you with quotes before any maintenance is performed, the only exception is in the event of an emergency and we are unable to reach you.
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Ocala Area Information
Archeological investigation has revealed that the area was inhabited by varying cultures of indigenous peoples from as early as 6500 B.C., and there were two lengthy periods of occupation. The second lasted through 500 A.D. In early historic times, the Timucua inhabited the area.
Ocala is located near what is thought to have been the site of Ocale or Ocali, a major Timucua village and chiefdom recorded in the 16th century. The modern city takes its name from the historical village, the name of which is believed to mean "Big Hammock" in the Timucua language. The Spanish Hernando de Soto's expedition recorded Ocale in 1539 during his exploration through what is today the southeastern United States. Ocale is not mentioned in later Spanish accounts; it appears to have been abandoned in the wake of de Soto's attack.
In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Creek people and other Native Americans, and free and fugitive African Americans sought refuge in Florida. The Seminole people formed. After foreign colonial rule shifted between Spain and Great Britain and back again, in 1821 the United States acquired the territory of Florida. After warfare to the north, in 1827 the U.S. Army built Fort King near the present site of Ocala as a buffer between the Seminole, who had long occupied the area, and white settlers moving into the region. The fort was an important base during the Second Seminole War and later served in 1844 as the first courthouse for Marion County. Source from Wikipedia