SW FL Property Management
At Woodruff Property Management Services Florida, we have a team of professional property managers who take care of your residential property. For a Free Quote, please fill out the form and we will contact you soon.
Year 2009 changed J. Andrew Woodruff’s life. He had just finished renovating a 3,300 sq. ft. house in Uptown. At that time, no real estate was selling and he was close to bankruptcy. But he had an idea! Why not rent it out and move somewhere much cheaper? From there Woodruff Real Estate and Property Management was born. The first paperless property management company in the country specifically targeting high-end homes that couldn’t sell.
Shawn Cassel has been an active real estate license holder beginning in 1999. He has extensive knowledge in contract negotiating and transaction management with broad property management experience. With over 16 years in the industry he has successfully handled transactions that would make most people’s heads spin.
I am an owner of a townhouse and retained Woodruff property management over a year and a half ago to handle the property management of my house. Pam Carlson has been my primary contact (everything else is done via email and through their website). Pam was able to get a qualified tenant in less than two weeks after listing and at my desired rental rate. On two separate occasions, while I was out of town, problems arose that required my approval and Pam took care of everything professionally and expeditiously. I couldn't have asked for more from Pam and Woodruff and am very pleased that they are taking care of my property.
We’ve had great luck working with Geoff Chatham from Woodruff Property Management. Geoff is very professional, helpful, and great to work with. You can always count of Geoff to be a straight-shooter--and his opinion about the Denver rental market is spot on. We love working with Geoff and we would not want to ever work with anyone else. If you are looking for someone trustworthy, dependable, and hard-working, Geoff is your guy!
Five stars. Woodruff Property Management is excellent. I have used Woodruff for the last three years and have gotten to know some of the staff personally as they deal with the issues related to my rental unit. Their personalized service and ability to respond to problems set them apart from other property management companies. The staff for Woodruff is professional and knowledgeable. They are able to take care of both property owners and tenants. I highly recommend them.
No problems and I highly recommend them..
With our property managers in Florida, you will not only get the best possible rent, but you can also rely on our real estate experience. When the time comes and you are ready to sell, our brokers will help you every step of the way.
We’ve put in place an excellent Tenant Qualification Process that ensures that the tenants we choose can truly afford to live in your property and will treat it with care. Our Florida property managers provide a TENANT QUALITY ASSURANCE GUARANTEE, which means that we will cover all the costs in case we need to evict a tenant. This is totally free of charge for you.
Unlike other property management companies in Florida, we will never overcharge you for maintenance. In fact, we will use our buying power to get you discount deals from trusted companies.
I contacted Woodruff Property Management after finding them here on Angie's list. I scheduled a time for Troy to come out and provide me with an estimate. Troy showed up on time and provided me a professional proposal complete with rent comparables and a partial list of other properties under his management. I was a little skeptical at first because of their upfront fees and the monthly costs when compared to some other property management companies but in the end, their professionalism & their guarantee sold me.
Hi Andrew, I wanted to send you an email and tell you what a difference it has been working with Geoff…. He is always available and gets back to me in a timely manner- there is NO BS. I feel that he is looking out for me as the client and helping me to make the best decision when it comes to my property. I wanted to let you know that I think he has been a great addition to your team and also am thankful for him stepping in and taking over my property. Thank you – hope you are well.
Dear Patricia… I did speak to the potential client of yours that owns a condo that she cannot sell and would like to rent out. I gave you a glowing reference and told her I would not anyone else to manage our property other than you. I also told her you do not "nickel and dime" us to death like other companies do. She said she is moving to Africa and needs someone she can trust since she is moving so far away.I still cannot believe how you have collected the rent on [our rental property] so efficiently and on time compared to the prior property management company we had. I thank you for that again. Mr. Woodruff should be proud of you and his staff.
Florida property management revealed that the value of homes in Broward and Palm Beach has appreciated. This is due to a shortage of listings and a more stable economy. The average price for an existing single family home in Broward County last June is$325,000. This is 7% higher compared to last year. For Palm Beach County, the median price is $320,000. Approximately 6% higher from June 2015. In Miami-Dade, the median price for an existing single family home is 315,000, this is 13% higher compared to last year. Realtors and property managers have observed that although home prices have consistently appreciate since the start of 2012, the pace is slowing down. This is good news for buyers who want to invest in South Florida real estate. In Palm Beach, the number of single-family listings last June has increased by 9%. Despite the increase, buyers across South Florida have a limited supply of homes which range from $250,000 to $500,000. For buyers interested in investing in condominiums, the median price for condominiums in Broward for June is $149,250. This is 10% more compared to last year. Eli Beracha, a professor of real estate investment at Florida International University explained that the slowdown in price appreciation is a good indicator that the housing market is not over heated. He further stated that the overall economy is healthy and there is no need to panic. Source: www.sun-sentinel.comRead More
A personal financial website called WalletHub, ranked the most promising American cities for new home owners. The analysis included 19 factors which includes housing affordability, real estate taxes and crime rates. A total of eleven cities in Palm Beach and Broward counties were included in the list of 300.The lowest ranked cities includes Miami Beach (ranked 299) and Miami (ranked 294). Florida Property management believes that Miami has a long way to go to make housing affordable for first time home buyers. Affordability is a big concern as home prices rise. The average price for a single family home in all three South Florida counties as of June 2016 is $300,000. First time home buyers will also have to contend with the rising land costs in South Florida. Because of rising land costs, majority of builders are planning upscale homes and condominiums that first time buyers cannot afford. Ken Johnson, a Florida Atlantic University real estate professor explained that first time buyers have limited financing options to choose as the price goes higher. The flat wage growth is another major hurdle for first time home buyers. Rent and home prices are steadily increasing while wages remain the same, which makes it more difficult for buyers to raise enough money for down payment. Source: www.sun-sentinel.comRead More
Last 2012, when the Florida housing market was just starting to recover, Grand Birch LLC acquired nearly an acre of property located at North Birch Road in Fort Lauderdale for only $2.45 million. The initial plan was to construct Privage, an 11 story condominium with a nice view of the ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. After four years, the project is on the brink of breaking ground. The project has a new name and is under a different developer. On May 2015, Grand Birch LLC decided to sell the property to an affiliate of SobelCo. for $10 million— almost four times more than the acquisition price. Florida property management mentioned that SobelCo. plan to construct a 23-unit condo called 321 at Water’s Edge at 21 North Birch Road. SobelC.o will begin construction this fall and the project is expected be completed by 2018. Condo units will range from 2,600 square feet to 3,800 square feet, and the prices start at $2 million. The amenities will include a fitness center with a majestic ocean view, a wine storage area for each owner and four docks for boats. Peter Zalewski, the principal of Condo Vultures consulting firm expects that the project will be successful and will attract a multitude of clients. Source: www.sun-sentinel.comRead More
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