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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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Keep the Happy in your Holidays

Bobbie Witt - Sunday, November 20, 2016

Keep the Happy in Your Holidays

 

The Holiday Season is a hectic time of year – there is more traffic, crowds, activities, and pressure to spend money and charge credit cards. Keeping the happy in the holiday season can be a challenge for anyone. It helps to take the time to plan and prepare what you truly want to do so you can enjoy your festivities.

 

There are several ways to stay healthy and you need to think of expanding your “concept” of what makes up good health. There is, of course, your general physical well-being. However, you need to think of your financial health as well so you do not have unnecessary stress when the holidays are over. Then there is home safety. Here are some tips.

       Get a flu shot as soon as possible to prevent getting sick.

       Wash your hands regularly and often to avoid germs when shopping or meeting people during social occasions. Hand-to-mouth contact is the most common way that people get sick, so keep your hands clean, and encourage your family to do the same. Carry a hand sanitizer with you to keep your hands germ free when you cannot wash.

       Build up your immune system to help prevent the flu. Eat healthy foods and avoid high calorie foods that do not help you stay well.

       Get plenty of sleep – it is easy to experience more fatigue during the Holiday Season.

       Get enough exercise – another way to keep well and protect your immune system.

       Keep cold/flu remedies available in the event you do start feeling sick.

       If you are generally not feeling well, consult your doctor as soon as possible.

       Budget your time – there is really no point in overdoing everything if you are not going to enjoy the season.

       Budget for the holidays – avoid overspending because there is so much advertising.

       Review your credit cards, payments, and finance charges. If possible, use cash and pay for an item knowing you really can afford it.

       Do something for someone who needs help or assistance. Taking the time to help someone can give you more benefits than blowing your budget and you will appreciate the season more.

       Check your smoke alarm to see that it is working properly – change the battery if needed. If it is not working, report it immediately.

       Never leave candles unattended – properly extinguish them before leaving the room or the house.

       Check all holiday lights for safety and dispose of those that do not work properly. Turn off holiday lights when leaving the residence.

       If you have a live tree, keep it watered and if it is dry, dispose of it properly. If you have an artificial tree, check that it has fire-resistant materials.

       Do not block doorways with trees or other holiday decorations that could prevent evacuation.

       If you have a fireplace, be sure to open the flue before starting a fire and only use materials that are appropriate for burning. Never store live or warm coals in garbage receptacles, in the garage, or near any flammable object or debris.

       Do not display gifts through windows or leave packages unattended outside to avoid enticing thieves.

 

By taking a little time to plan, you can enjoy the things that are important to you... like spending time with family and friends and remaining healthy and active during the winter months and every month. Have a great Holiday Season!

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This week in Real Estate

Bobbie Witt - Sunday, November 20, 2016

Thanks to Inman.com for this!

November 11

The Central Texas MLS will involve a partnership of the Four Rivers Association of Realtors, Temple-Belton Board of Realtors and Williamson County Association of Realtors.

November 14

HomeUnion has partnered with Accruit to allow HomeUnion investor clients to access Accruit services. “HomeUnion offers investors an online real estate investment and management platform, which is an industry first,” according to Don Ganguly, CEO of HomeUnion, in a statement. “By using HomeUnion.com, 1031 exchange investors can select from a wide array of single-family rental (SFR) and multifamily properties priced exactly to meet their 1031 exchange requirements.”

Illinois Realtors will license its forms to zipLogix.

November 15

Centralized Showing Service, a real estate showing services company, is pleased to announce that Omaha’s premier real estate company, NP Dodge, has selected CSS to schedule and manage home showing appointments for its Realtors. “CSS was the clear choice for NP Dodge,” said Mike Riedmann, President, NP Dodge Residential Sales, in a statement. “This unique advantage allows our agents to be more agile and customer focused with confidence.”

CurbCall is partnering with zipLogix to offer a free month-long trial to zipLogix customers. “This integration with RapidSOS technology helps real estate professionals nationwide stay safer on showings by enabling them to get instant access to emergency services,” said CurbCall CEO Stephanie Sullivan in a statement. “We’re proud that we will be offering the only safety app for home showings that includes 9-1-1 connectivity.”

HouseLens and DroneBase have formed a partnership to provide DroneBase tools to HouseLens clients. “We are extremely pleased to have found a service partner that shares our commitment to offering drone services that are safe, legal, and professional,” says HouseLens Founder & CEO Andrew Crefeld.

November 17

Taiwanese blockchain startup Bitmark raised $1.7 million in new seed funding. “The notion of property rights in the digital environment is not yet defined,” said CEO Sean Moss-Pultz in a statement. “Bitmark changes that notion by giving each of us property rights to our data. You have to own it to make sure that value is clear.”

Delaware Association of Realtors have signed a member agreement with zipLogix.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage acquired the assets of Choice Realty in Iselin, New Jersey, which will now operate as Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. “This acquisition was a strategic opportunity to welcome a dynamic and successful group of sales professionals to Coldwell Banker while expanding our competitive presence in this marketplace,” said Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage president Hal Maxwell. “David Fialk and the agents affiliated with Choice Realty have earned a solid reputation built on their knowledge and professionalism, and we are pleased to welcome them to our company.”

Windermere Real Estate and Wailea Realty Corp. announced a new affiliation. This will also see the opening of a new Windermere Real Estate office in Kihei, Windermere Maui. “The culture, integrity and values of Wailea Realty are mirrored by Windermere Real Estate and its leadership, so this partnership is a natural progression for us,” said Brad MacArthur, Principal Broker/Owner of Wailea Realty Corp., in a statement.

November 18

REA Group, operator of realestate.com.au, partnered with Tendril to launch Energy Scores, which give properties in Australia an energy efficiency rating. “We know that being energy efficient is essential to running any household, and yet it’s something we don’t often think about other than when we’re paying our bills,” said Henry Ruiz, REA Group chief digital officer, in a statement. “We’re working towards providing a rich view of every property on realestate.com.au.”

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate announced the addition of Success Realty in Georgia to its international franchise network; it will be known as Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Success. “I am proud to be expanding our brand presence in Georgia with a forward-thinking company that acutely understands how to serve their local community, embraces modern technology and is committed to giving back to the people they serve,” said Sherry Chris, president and CEO, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, in a statement.

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