Investing and Managing Properties in Lake Nona, Florida
Investing in rental properties located in Lake Nona is a wise decision for investors. The entire Lake Nona Florida area located southeast of Orlando Florida
is highly desired much like the prestigious communities of Windermere, Doctor Phillips, Hunters Creek and Apopka. With our Investor Turnkey program our
Invest Property Specialists can help you locate ideal rental properties, provide our vendors to get your property rent ready, place it on the market for
rent and manage afterwards. We take pride in making it easy to own investment properties with Ackley Florida
Already own a residential rental property, condo vacation home or apartment building? Our property management department uses time saving programs and
technology to process applications, maintain property and pay owners in a timely manner. Our goal is to ensure your time and financial expenditures are
at a minimum, while we focus our attention on maximizing your investment income. Take a moment now to
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Why Invest in Lake Nona, FL
According to Wikipedia, Lake Nona is a
7,000-acre (28 km2) mixed-use planned community within the city limits of Orlando, southeast of Orlando International Airport. Being developed by
Lake Nona Property Holdings (owned by Tavistock Group), the Lake Nona Region is home to Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, a life sciences cluster
becoming known as Lake Nona's medical city, along with an array of retail centers, recreational facilities and residential options.
This high desired community which is named for a large lake in the northern part will have a need for more affordable rental properties
for the employees in the medical centers.
Lake Nona Medical City is an emerging biomedical research and educational hub which includes the University of Central Florida
College of Medicine and Health Sciences Campus, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute,
the Orlando VA Medical Center, Nemours Children's
Hospital and a University of Florida Research and Academic Center.