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Welcome to Orlando Realty and Property Management and our website, www.407rentals.com.   Also visit the only Central Florida area home rental website entirely dedicated to Spanish speaking Tenants and Owners at www.407alquilar.com.  At ORPM, we are a one-stop source for real estate.   We specialize in property management, managing several hundred Central Florida properties.   But we also have agents to assist you in buying or selling your home or condo.   We look forward to assisting you today.  


Testimonials

I have, for several years had my property managed by ORPM. I have found the team to be professional and excellent in representing, not only the owner, but the tenant as well. Mary Barker has been my point of contact and she has handled a variety of challenges for me, always in a manner that I truly appreciate. The fees are worth every dollar, especially if you have busy schedule. They handle all my rentals, and the longest it has taken to re-rent is 8 days.
- Chad M.

This was the first time rending my home and ORPM was with me each step of the way. They met with possible tenants 24hours a day, weeded out applications, and hired a cleaning service. They have a company that does the home improvements, but we had to work through a few issues. In the end the issues were resolved and my place is now rented. The company is not pushy, and will work with you on what you need. They keep you up to date on the progress of the rental, and do everything they can to get it rented.
- Jennifer C.

I have been a client of ORPM for 4 years now. They have been a wonderful property management company. I am out of state so I really rely on them to be on the ball in overseeing the occupancy, upkeep and care of my condo. My community has a very strict association and this past year we had some severe water issues that needed to be addressed. Mary Barker with ORPM took swift action to get all the information, source contractors and work within the Associations guidelines to repair the damage and correct the structural issues to avoid future problems. Thankfully I've had the same tenant for the entire duration of the rental which I can definitely attribute that to the professional management that ORPM provides. I am extremely satisfied with the communication and service that ORPM provides me and I would recommend them to anyone.
- Rachel G.

I have nothing but good things to say about ORPM. They have been taken great care of our properties. Jamie's positive energy is contagious and whenever we need any documentation from the accounts department, we are helped efficiently and effectively. I really appreciate everything ORPM has done.
- Simone

No matter what experience I have had in my property I have always gotten a timely and efficient response from ORPM. I have had some rather irritating situations in my home (by no fault of ORPM) and I always feel better after speaking to any member of the staff. My experience has always been above par from the time I found the property online. Stephanie went above and beyond to help me move in under and extreme time crunch. There's no name for Christina other than an angel! She is always kind, efficient, and a pleasure to work with.
- Danielle A.

For the past 2 years we have rented with Orlando Realty, we have been nothing but completely satisfied with their team and great customer service. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a rental. Thank you Orlando Realty and Property Management!
- Sarah M.

Great experience with this property management company I would highly recommend them.
- Michael R.

They have managed my house for the past four years. I have never had an issue that anyone speaks of. When something needs to be fixed they let me know and then they send someone over to fix it. I had a tenant leave three months early and they found someone to move in without a break in time. I don't know what renters go through but as far as having them mange your property, I would recommend it and have to two other people. I deal with Cristina and she is always helpful.
- Charles W.

I like working with people that provide good service. Orlando Realty and Property Management provides good service. Mary manages my rental property and has always communicated with me. She keeps me informed of whats going on.

The condo unit above mine had a water leak. The water from this third floor unit came down onto my second floor unit, affecting my unit and the unit next to me and the unit below mine. The last thing I needed was for my tenant to move out. Mary tirelessly worked with the tenant to ensure that the carpets were steam cleaned and the water was soaked up, they had a company bring in blowers to ensure no water damage was created. The damages to the wall were evaluated immediately, fixed and repainted within 2 days. A member of Orlando Realty and Property Management's firm went out took pictures before and after. This was not a fun situation to deal, but these guys made it the best possible.

It cost several hundred dollars out of my pocket initially, but things could have been much worse - hopefully the upstairs unit's owner will pay my bills. But, thanks to these guys my tenant was saved. Maybe my insurance company would have paid me my rent until a new tenant was found (I doubt it knowing insurance companies!). But fortunately, much to Mary's part, I didn't have to worry about that.

I just wanted to take a moment and recognize them. If you need a good property manager, I would ask for her. I referred my former neighbor who said she was happy too - I don't always go out on a limb and refer someone, but I will with these guys, especially after the leak issue.

- Bryce J.

ORPM has been a very good property management company for me. They have managed my unit for 3 years now. There were major water issues related to the patios at my condo complex and ORPM was able to handle the whole situation for me, which took many many months to rectify. They are extremely communicative and easy to work with.
- Rachel G.

Hi, I wanted to let everyone know how impressed I was with both Sherry and Lisette. I just signed a lease today on a property in Metro West and I couldn't be more impressed with ORPM's staff.

From the first phone call, Sherry was so responsive and helpful. She always returned my phone calls quickly and really guided me through the whole process. I felt like I had a strong advocate in my corner and I REALLY appreciated that.

Lisette was also extremely helpful with all of our lease questions.

Should I or my friends near realtor services in the future, I will DEFINITELY recommend this office. Thank you!!

- Emily P.

As we celebrate St. Patrick's Day and enter into springtime soon, I would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to Lisette and this management company . We are into our forth year of rental at this property, and, although we arrived here under great duress having lost our home of 19 years to hurricane distruction, we have found this home and rental experience to be a very positive experience. The professional service we have received from Lisette, and Keller Williams has made our lives here very pleasant indeed. We originally thought we were only going to be here for one year. But the peace of mind we have enjoyed and great service on many levels from you have prompted us to want to just stay here and not even think of moving at this time. They have always answered all of our concerns in a very timely manner, and we appreciate the respectful and friendly attitude you have expressed to us.

We look forward to remaining with this management team for some time to come.

- Rebecca P.

It has been an absolute pleasure to work with Lisette. She has been one of the best real estate professional that I have worked with. She has always responded to my emails/phone calls very promptly. My overall experience of owning a rental property has been so positive with you, that I am now seriously considering to buy another property in Orlando and have it managed by her. My property was rented in less than 2 weeks at a much higher rent (almost 10% more) than I expected. The process of leasing the property and inducting the tenant was seamless for me. The tenant has now been in the property for almost 4 months and there is almost no involvement from my side. Everything is handled by ORPM.

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This month's article: "The Legalization of Marijuana - and the Landlord."

Alex Zweydoff - Monday, June 16, 2014

Colorado and Washington state have already legalized marijuana and activists in California, Nevada, Arizona and a number of other states will be next on the list most likely.  When will Florida join the list of states that have legalized marijuana?

As a landlord you will have to consider how this will affect your rental property and your leasing practices.  If pot becomes legal in your state, will you be able to prohibit marijuana consumption in your property?  Colorado and Washington rental property owners are facing those questions now.

With marijuana illegal at the federal level (and assuming your lease has a provision prohibiting illegal activity in your property), you probably do not have anything to concern yourself now with. But as more state legalize pot, you may want to consult with an attorney when your lease is prepared regarding prohibiting smoking pot in your property.  Standard language regarding no smoking is a start.   The discussion might be more complicated regarding edible marijuana.

Times are definitely changing.

Good luck.

Want more helpful tips about rental properties, click here http://www.407rentals.com/property-management-blog for our blog.

Need a good handyman, plumber, etc., click here http://www.407rentals.com/vendor-list for a list of vendors we recommend.

If you know someone who has a rental property and needs leasing and/or property management help, have them call us 407-434-9173.

Thanks,
Jason 'Jay' Myers
Orlando Realty & Property  Management
708 E. Colonial Dr., #201, Orlando, FL  32803
Office:  407-641-5049   Fax: 407-429-3857
orpm@407rentals.com www.407rentals.com
Our website in Spanish www.407alquilar.com
Download our www.orpmBROCHURE.com
Download our www.orpmOwnerHandbook.com
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This month's article: "Creating a rental property ad to locate a qualified tenant."

Alex Zweydoff - Thursday, May 22, 2014

If you want to attract a quality tenant, you need to have a quality rental ad.  A professional looking ad might just make the bad tenant think twice about leasing your property.  They are likely looking for less knowledgeable prey.

A professional looking ad hopefully will point out the advantages of leasing your property which the quality tenants are looking for.  You don't have to be a graphic artist or a trained photographer.  But you do need to sell 3 things and have at least 4 pictures.  Sell the property, features and benefits (fireplace, fenced in yard, new carpet).  Sell the community; playground, community pool, etc.  Lastly, point out how convenient the property is to an elementary school, highways, places of interest, etc.

Pictures.  You must have at least one good picture of the outside of the home/building.  The next photo should be of something that will set the property apart from others.   Backyard pool, fantastic kitchen, a view.    Provide a few more pictures showing how clean and well maintained the property is.

Good luck.


Want more helpful tips about rental properties, Click Here: http://www.407rentals.com/property-management-blog for our blog.

Need a good handyman, plumber, etc., Click Here:  http://www.407rentals.com/vendor-list for a list of vendors we recommend.


If you know someone who has a rental property and needs leasing and/or property management help, have them call us 407-434-9173.

Thanks,
Jason 'Jay' Myers
Orlando Realty & Property  Management
708 E. Colonial Dr., #201, Orlando, FL  32803
Office:  407-641-5049   Fax: 407-429-3857
orpm@407rentals.com<mailto:orpm@407rentals.com>   www.407rentals.com
Our website in Spanish www.407alquilar.com
Download our www.orpmBROCHURE.com
Download our www.orpmOwnerHandbook.com
  Read More

This month's article: "5 Ways to Outsmart Sneaky Tenants"

Alex Zweydoff - Thursday, April 24, 2014

Let's face it.  Some problem tenants are smart and know how to play the game.  But you can easily outsmart sneaky tenants by watching for the most common pattern.

The preferred strategy for many problem tenants is to sneak someone else into being able to live at the property without being on the lease.  Sometimes that's the plan all along. In other cases, the problem tenant moves in mid-lease. Either way, there's an easy fix:

1.  Advertise well.  You will see 'advertise well' written in most of our articles.  Why?  The more choices of tenants you have, the better chance you will lease to the right tenant(s).  That way you won't choose a tenant based upon desperation, but on qualifications.  If your gut is saying "Don't rent to these folks" you won't because you have other choices.

2. A background check must be performed on all prospective tenants over the age of 18 before the lease preparation.  If one of the tenants is unacceptable, either increase the security deposit or reconsider leasing the property to this group.

3. Your lease.  If it does not have a strong guest policy, get one. It should include a provision that holds tenants responsible for the actions of short-term guests, subject to eviction. There should also be a limit on how long a guest can stay before they are required to apply to be added to the lease. Demand the right to screen long-term guests before adding them on. Those who refuse to complete a rental application, or who don't qualify for a lease must leave, or the tenant will be evicted.

4. Unless prohibited by law, limit a tenant's right to sublet the property by reserving the right to approve any new occupants — in writing.

5. Check-in regularly with the tenant. You may be surprised to find that the person you rented to is long gone, and someone else has taken over the property.  Don't allow months to go by without a property inspection  -- it can make you a target for problem tenants.


Want more helpful tips about rental properties, Click Here: http://www.407rentals.com/property-management-blog for our blog.

Need a good handyman, plumber, etc., Click Here:  http://www.407rentals.com/vendor-list for a list of vendors we recommend.

If you know someone who has a rental property and needs leasing and/or property management help, have them call us 407-434-9173.

Thanks,
Brian Goodwin
Orlando Realty & Property  Management
708 E. Colonial Dr., #201, Orlando, FL  32803
Office:  407-641-5049   Fax: 407-429-3857
orpm@407rentals.com  www.407rentals.com
Our website in Spanish www.407alquilar.com
Download our www.orpmBROCHURE.com
Download our www.orpmOwnerHandbook.com

  Read More

This month's article: "5 Ways to Outsmart Sneaky Tenants"

Alex Zweydoff - Monday, March 24, 2014

This month's article:   "5 Ways to Outsmart Sneaky Tenants"

Let's face it.  Some problem tenants are smart and know how to play the game.  But you can easily outsmart sneaky tenants by watching for the most common pattern.

The preferred strategy for many problem tenants is to sneak someone else into being able to live at the property without being on the lease.  Sometimes that's the plan all along. In other cases, the problem tenant moves in mid-lease. Either way, there's an easy fix:

1.  Advertise well.  You will see 'advertise well' written in most of our articles.  Why?  The more choices of tenants you have, the better chance you will lease to the right tenant(s).  That way you won't choose a tenant based upon desperation, but on qualifications.  If your gut is saying "Don't rent to these folks" you won't because you have other choices.

2. A background check must be performed on all prospective tenants over the age of 18 before the lease preparation.  If one of the tenants is unacceptable, either increase the security deposit or reconsider leasing the property to this group.

3. Your lease.  If it does not have a strong guest policy, get one. It should include a provision that holds tenants responsible for the actions of short-term guests, subject to eviction. There should also be a limit on how long a guest can stay before they are required to apply to be added to the lease. Demand the right to screen long-term guests before adding them on. Those who refuse to complete a rental application, or who don't qualify for a lease must leave, or the tenant will be evicted.

4. Unless prohibited by law, limit a tenant's right to sublet the property by reserving the right to approve any new occupants — in writing.

5. Check-in regularly with the tenant. You may be surprised to find that the person you rented to is long gone, and someone else has taken over the property.  Don't allow months to go by without a property inspection  -- it can make you a target for problem tenants.


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If you know someone who has a rental property and needs leasing and/or property management help, have them call us 407-434-9173.

Thanks,
Jason Myers
Orlando Realty & Property  Management
708 E. Colonial Dr., #201, Orlando, FL  32803
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This month's article: "Why should I bring a tape measure to a property showing?"

Alex Zweydoff - Thursday, March 20, 2014

A common concern for tenants when you are showing them a vacant property is whether their furniture will fit in the spaces.  If the tenant can't visualize how it will all come together, that will slow down the leasing process to a snail's pace.  And they could call you back to see the property again..... just to measure.

Tenants often don't think about these logistics ahead of time, so do yourself a favor, and bring a measuring tape with you for property showings. Jot down some measurements on a notepad and let the tenant bring it home, so they can be reassured that the furniture will fit.

Carry the tape measure, notepad and pen in your car, or better yet, leave it in the kitchen of the rental property.  That simple trick just might get your property rented faster.  It also shows a prospective tenant you have done this many times before, you look like you are an experienced landlord, therefore may deterring the bad tenant as they are looking for an easier target.


Need a good handyman, plumber, etc., click here http://www.407rentals.com/vendor-list for a list of vendors we recommend.


If you know someone who has a rental property and needs leasing and/or property management help, have them call us 407-434-9173.  Read More

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