We offer a full range of property management services personalized to you as an investor / homeowner. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and condos in Tarpon Springs, New Port Richey and surrounding areas.
Get started with your FREE RENTAL PRICE ANALYSIS by completing the form to the right.
Get started with your FREE RENTAL PRICE ANALYSIS by completing the form below.
Upon signing with Legacy Properties we will provide a full property evaluation including advice on rental amounts based on current market, suggested maintenance/repairs.
We utilize top marketing websites and syndicates to advertise properties when they come available. Our experience and expertise allows us to position your property in the most enticing way, to ensure fast turnaround times and shorter time on the market.
Security deposits are required for all of our properties. A security deposit equal to a full month’s rent is collected up front prior to move in or to hold any property up to 30 days. All security deposits are held in a non-interest bearing Florida escrow account at our bank.
All residents are subject to our comprehensive screening process, which includes a criminal background check, credit check, employment, income and prior landlord verification. Our goal is to provide you with the most qualified residents for your home.
We ensure that all leases are carefully prepared based on the residents that will be living in the home, including children, and comprehensively describe the expectations of residency. Additional addendums are provided for allowance of pets and/or hot tub/pool liability exclusions.
We conduct inspections upon move-in and move-out and ensure all maintenance issues are addressed in a timely manner. We offer full-service repair.
In the early 1960s, William W. Boyd, president of First Federal Savings and Loan Association
of Tarpon Springs, noted the name Holiday Drive on a map near the site of the proposed branch
to be built in southwestern Pasco County and asked his board of directors to give the name
to the new branch. Later Boyd began drumming up support to name the community Holiday.