305-831-2100
4649 Ponce De Leon, #400
Coral Gables, FL 33146

Boca Raton Property Management

We can help manage your Boca Raton Rental Property

Boca Raton Property Management

We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive porfolio of single family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments in the Boca Raton area. Below are just a few of the many services we offer as your Boca Raton property management company.

Typically, our fee structure is broken down into three separate components:

  • Leasing
  • Management
  • Renewal

Leasing

  • Determine the proper market rate for your rental properties.
  • Advertise your property through dozens of our "sister" sites including the Multiple Listing Service where other brokers can quickly move show and rent your property!
  • Field phone calls from brokers and consumers
  • Show the property
  • Perform a 50 State Criminal, and full credit report through our industry leading software
  • Procure a lease. We handle all of the paperwork!
  • Perform a move in inspection with the new Tenant

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Management

Renewal



Large portfolio owners please contact us for a customized quote.

Florida Property Managers, Inc., leverages its relationship with Keller Williams Realty to perform leasing and re-leasing functions in order to maximize exposure for your property!

For our clients who seek to purchase property, we perform an extensive evaluation of your existing portfolio, discuss your investment requirements, and seek property that fits your needs.



Boca Raton Area Information

Boca Raton Property Managers

In Spanish "Boca" means "mouth" and "Ratón" means "mouse". However, in nautical terms the word "Boca" refers to an inlet. The original name "Boca de Ratones" appeared on eighteenth century maps associated with an inlet in the Biscayne Bay area of Miami. By the beginning of the nineteenth century, the term was mistakenly moved north to its current location on most maps and applied to the inland waterway from the closed inlet north for 8.5 miles (13.7 km), which was called the "Boca Ratones Lagoon". The word "ratones" appears in old Spanish maritime dictionaries referring to "rugged rocks or stony ground on the bottom of some ports and coastal outlets, where the cables rub against". Therefore the abridged translation defining "Boca de Ratones" is "a shallow inlet of sharp-pointed rocks which scrapes a ship's cables". The first settler was T. M. Rickards in 1895 who resided in a house made of driftwood on the east side of the East Coast Canal south of what is now the Palmetto Park Road bridge. He surveyed and sold land from the canal to beyond the railroad north of what is now Palmetto Park Road.

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Florida Property Managers, Inc
4649 Ponce De Leon, #400
Coral Gables, FL 33146


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