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Personal, Professional Property Management in Lake Mary and the Central Florida area.
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Victoria Equities Realty & Management Co.

The highest standard in Lake Mary Property Management

For 26 years, Victoria Equities Realty & Management Co. has been leasing and managing investor portfolios and residential properties in Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties. We are experts in the local market, and we put our knowledge, skills and talents to work for you, your rental homes and your property management needs.

Whether you’re a local in Lake Mary or a Central Florida property owner, an out of state investor who will one day retire in the home you’re renting out or an international investor who sees opportunities for growth in the central Florida market, we can protect your property and maximize your returns.

Why Work with Us?

  • Experienced, hands-on managers who also know leasing, developing, investing and rehabbing real estate.
  • You’ll get accountability and transparency. From online statements to immediate communication, we are accessible to you, your tenants and our vendors and partners.
  • We are small enough to provide outstanding customer service and large enough to provide the tools and resources you need to be a successful landlord and investor.
  • Problem solving is our specialty. Whether it’s reducing vacancy, screening tenants, marketing strategically or complying with security deposit laws – we’ve got it covered.
  • Competitive costs. We believe in making excellent property management affordable. We’ll explain all our fees up front, so there are no surprises.

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Florida Tenants - Seven Good Reasons to Call

Bobbie Witt - Friday, September 23, 2016

Florida Tenants - Seven Good Reasons to Call your Property Manager


 As one of our Central Florida Residents, we want to give you the support you need during your tenancy. We do not just collect the rent, send it to the Owner and/or Real Estate Investor, and forget you exist. We are here to help and support you so you are comfortable and safe in your home. Therefore, we put together a list of reasons of when you should contact us.


  1. Always report a faulty smoke alarm/detector. This is a major safety issue for your home. If you hear that alarm beeping, change the batteries, and if it still does not work, immediately contact us to let us know so we can have it checked out. Whatever you do, do not remove it from its location. The safety of your family and friends is of utmost importance. 


  1. Always report an emergency. You may have had to act by immediately calling 911 or an emergency service, but after the danger passes, call us as soon as you are able. Although we want to take care of everything for you, we cannot put out a fire or any other emergency or disaster. Depending on what has happened, we may or may not be able to help you immediately, but we need to know so that we can start the process for handling the problems.


  1. Always report if you have standing and/or running water. Water can cause tremendous damage and create health problems. Do not hesitate, call us right away – we will send someone to check out the cause as soon as we can. Remember, we cannot fix what we do not know about.


  1. Call us when you need maintenance. In general, call us when there is a maintenance issue. If you do not, it can turn out to be a bigger problem and then you could be liable for damages. So, protect yourself and help us reduce potential problems.


  1. Call us if you have an unanswered maintenance request. We do ask for your patience when it is a standard repair, but it helps us if you report when there is a standard repair and you have not had any response in 2-3 business days. We will find out what the delay is and report to you when to expect the vendor.


  1. Call us if you are experiencing neighborhood problems. We will do our best to investigate the situation and see what sources could solve these issues. We are not the authorities, but it may be that we can help.


  1. Contact us if you are experiencing any problems that could delay your rental payment. There are times when employers delay checks or have layoffs. Again, we cannot help you if we do not know the cause of the delay in paying your rent. Tackling the problem head on is better than hiding your head in the sand.


We sincerely hope this information has been helpful to you. Please share this will all other residents and don’t forget to call when you need us.


Did you know that FLORIDA is the 12th Happiest Place in the U.S.A?

Bobbie Witt - Sunday, September 18, 2016


Did you know that FLORIDA is the 12th Happiest Place in the U.S.A?

More than 177,000 people in all 50 states were interviewed about their levels of happiness.  According to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, Hawaii is the highest well-being in the nation in 2015 and has been since the poll began in 2008.  Alaska, Montana, Colorado and Wyoming round out the top 5.  Meanwhile, West Virginia and Kentucky had the lowest levels.

The Well-Being Index is calculated on a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 represents the lowest possible well-being and 100 represents the highest possible well-being.  The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index score for the nation and for each state comprises metric affecting overall well-being and each of the five essential elements of well-being:

  • Purpose:  liking what you do each day and being motivated to achieve your goals. (Florida ranked 9)
  • Social:  having supportive relationships and love in your life (Florida ranked 4)
  • Financial:  managing your economic life to reduce stress and increase security (Florida ranked 36)
  • Community:  liking where you live, feeling safe and having pride in your community (Florida ranked 27)
  • Physical:  having good health and enough energy to get things done daily (Florida ranked 16)

The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index for Florida is 62.4 with Hawaii at 64.8.

In most cases, a difference of 0.5 to 1.0 point in the Well-Being Index score between any two states represents a statistically significant gap and is characterized by meaningfully large differences in at least some of the individual metrics that make up the overall Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.

The Well-Being Index score the U.S. in 2015 was 61.7, essentially unchanged from 61.6 in 2014.  Gallup and Healthways have been tracking well-being since 2008 and updated the Well-Being index survey instrument and scoring methodology in 2014 to provide a more comprehensive measure of well-being.  The Well-Being Index scores for 2008-2013 are not directly comparable to the scores for 2014 and 2015 without appropriate adjustments because those prior scores are calculated using some different survey items and a different scoring method. State rankings across years, however, can be compared.


http://info.healthways.com/hubfs/Well-Being_Index/2015_Data/Gallup-Healthways_State_of_American_Wel-Being_2015_State_Rankings.pdf?t=1466867924490 and Deland Magazine September/October 2016 edition.


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