Winter Park Property Management
We can Help Manage Your Winter Park Rental Property
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and condos in the Winter Park area.
Since 1981, McGrath Management, Inc. has been considered a leader in the asset management industry.
Benefits of using McGrath Management, Inc.
- No hassle management
- Industry leading marketing tools
- 24/7 maintenance request handling
- Prompt Response to Resident Requests
- Low vacancy rate
- Quick and efficient turnaround of vacant assets
- Historical perspective from over 40 years in industry
What we do as your Winter Park property manager:
- Coordinate turnkey of asset
- Advertise & market asset
- We always accompany prospects to your asset. Never give out keys or use keyboxes
- Process applications w/background and credit checks, landlord and employment contacts
- Lease signing and collection of certified funds for escrow within 48 hrs. of approval
- Rent collection and expense accounting
Winter Park Area Information
The Winter Park area's first human residents were migrant Muscogee people who had earlier intermingled with the Choctaw and other indigenous people. In a process of ethnogenesis, the Native Americans formed a new culture which they called "Seminole", a derivative of the Mvskoke' (a Creek language) word simano-li, an adaptation of the Spanish cimarrón which means "wild" (in their case, "wild men"), or "runaway" [men]. The site was first inhabited by Europeans in 1858, when David Mizell Jr. bought an 8-acre (32,000 m2) homestead between Lakes Virginia, Mizell, and Berry. A settlement, called Lake View by the inhabitants, grew up around Mizell's plot. It got a post office and a new name—Osceola—in 1870.
The area did not develop rapidly until 1880, when a South Florida Railroad track connecting Orlando and Sanford was laid a few miles west of Osceola. Shortly afterwards, Loring Chase came to Orange County from Chicago to recuperate from a lung disease. In his travels, he discovered the pretty group of lakes just east of the railbed. He enlisted a wealthy New Englander, Oliver E. Chapman, and they assembled a very large tract of land, upon which they planned the town of Winter Park. Over the next four years they plotted the town, opened streets, built a town hall and a store, planted orange trees, and required all buildings to meet stylistic and architectural standards. They promoted it heavily. During this time, the railroad constructed a depot (1882), connected to Osceola by a dirt road.
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Areas We Serve
- Lake Mary
- Winter Park
- Winter Springs
- Altamonte Springs
*IF your asset is not located on this list, please contact us and allow us to review location in the hopes we can service your needs.