Plantation Property Management
Let us manage your Plantation rental property
Florida Management and Consulting Group currently manages a portfolio of several hundred single family homes, duplexes and condos. We manage property from West Palm Beach to Miami Beach and everywhere in between. Give us a call at 954-752-0547 if you have any questions about residential property management in Plantation for your home or condo. Our property managers will be more than glad to help you. Plantation Florida is a great place to live!
We adhere to Federal Fair Housing Standards and work well with your condo or homeowners association to assure a hassle free experience.
Remember - there is never a charge to answer your questions. Please call us at 954-752-0547 or complete the form to the right.
Plantation Rental property owners can be assured that we will screen all applicants for the following items:
- We will verify the applicant’s employment or source of income.
- We will carry out a credit check on all adult applicants.
- We will complete a Florida Criminal Background Check (National if applicable).
- We will confirm the applicant’s former landlord’s references.
- We will perform an eviction search to ensure that the applicant has not been charged with evictions in the previous seven years.
Our recipe for a good Plantation property management experience is:
- Price your rental correctly
- Select the right tenant
- Provide outstanding service
Plantation Area Information
Frederick Peters moved his family to South Florida in 1931 to escape the harsh Midwest winters. He purchased 10,000 acres along State Road 7/441, which had been built to connect Miami-Dade to Palm Beach County, and at that time was isolated and far west of any existing development. Mr. Peters hired noted architect Russell Pancoast to develop a City master plan, which included an ordinance preventing homes next to each other from looking alike, minimum lot size restrictions and separate commercial, industrial and residential zoning districts. The first construction took place on East Acre Drive by Chauncey Clark. The idea was to entice people to buy “long acres,” which were one-acre lots with 2/3 of the land dedicated to gardens and fruit trees. The plan was to create a co-op farmer’s market where residents could pool their produce and sell it for a profit.