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Welcome to First Place Management, Inc., Northeast Florida's premier residential property management firm. Our commitment is to care for your property as if it were our own and ensure that you can be confident that it is well maintained and your asset is protected. With 50 years of professional business experience, this contributes to making us an industry leader. Due to the evolutionary nature of the industry today, our commitment to ongoing industry education and certification further ensures the protection of your asset to the benefit of both owner and resident.

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June 2017: Hurricane Season—Are You Ready?

There it is—the advent of the long hurricane season here in Florida (starts officially June 1). In the Jacksonville area, with the exception of last October, we have been exceedingly fortunate...Read More

Resident Newsletter

Spring 2017: Lawn Maintenance 101

It’s getting to that time of year—grass will be growing again, and quickly! It will be thirsty as well! If you are residing in a signle family home, most likely you are responsible for some level of lawn care. See below (and attached) some tips that will help!.. ..Read More


Storm Evacuation

Michael Hodges - Monday, June 19, 2017

Regardless of whether you plan to evacuate in the event of a storm or not, it’s always a good idea to have a supply kit that is easily assembled. This is especially critical if you think you will “hunker down” as they say, based on your evacuation zone. In the aftermath of a storm many services we take for granted will be hampered, i.e. gas stations, ATMS, retail operations, etc.

Assemble Disaster Supplies: This includes food & water, medications, batteries/chargers, gassing up (the car) and cash on hand

Recommendations from the JEOC (Jacksonville Emergency Operations Center)

A Disaster Supplies Kit should include:

___ A supply of water (one gallon per person per day)
___ A supply of non-perishable packaged or canned food
___ Special dietary food if needed
___ Utensils such as a manual can opener, disposable plates, cups, utensils, etc.
___ A change of clothing, rain gear and sturdy shoes
___ Personal hygiene items such as soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothbrush & paste, aspirin, etc.
___ Blankets or sleeping bags
___ A first aid kit and prescription medicines
___ An extra pair of glasses
___ A battery-powered radio, flashlight and plenty of extra batteries
___ Credit cards and cash
___ An extra set of car keys
___ A list of family physicians
___ A list of important family information
___ Special items for infants, elderly or disabled family members
___ Books, magazines, cards, toys and games

Doing this now will ease a great deal of anxiety when a storm is imminent. The planning is one of the only elements we have control over during hurricane season!

To Evacuate or Not Evacuate?

Michael Hodges - Thursday, June 01, 2017

If you were residing in North Florida last October, you may have experienced your first taste of flirting with a real storm impact. Hopefully, it was a non-event and a valuable lesson in “what if”! Regardless of whether you now reside at the Beaches or deep in Duval, Clay or St. Johns counties, take this opportunity to be prepared for what may be a very active hurricane season 2017!

Develop An Evacuation Plan:

Recommendations from the JEOC (Jacksonville Emergency Operations Center)

  1. Are you in an evacuation zone? SEE MAP!
    • ZONE "A" RED:
      Area most vulnerable to damage from hurricane, evacuation required in Category 1 -5.
    • ZONE "B" ORANGE:
      Area subject to damage from major hurricane, evacuation required in Category 3 - 5.
    • ZONE "C" YELLOW:
      Area subject to damage from the strongest of hurricanes, evacuation required in Category 4 – 5
  2. Plan your route.
    Routes are indicated but based on where you plan to go in the event of an evacuation, plan accordingly.
  3. If and when they come, follow orders to evacuate and plan for your pets!

If you must evacuate, you must get out of the hazard that caused you to evacuate. You must leave the evacuation zone and you must leave mobile and manufactured housing. You should go to a well-built facility outside the storm surge. The best option is family or friends within the county so as not to contribute to the out-of-county evacuation traffic. The next best option is family and friends outside the county. A final option is public shelter within Duval County or outside of the county. Public shelter is listed as a final option, because a shelter is very basic. Comfort amenities are not provided other than what you bring with you. Public shelter is a life boat; not a cruise ship.

COJ.NET is a great resource to find this and much more detailed information related to storm preparedness and evacuation!

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Disclosure: First Place Management Properties, LLC., dba. FPM Properties is "not" a real estate brokerage and does not lease or sell properties.
All sales and leasing activities are conducted through First Place Management, Inc. & Heth Realty, Inc. both are licensed Florida Real Estate Brokerage.

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