Baldwin Property Management

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Baldwin Property Management

In order to meet your needs, FPM Properties provides the following services as your Baldwin property manager:

Customized Management Plans

We know that your situation is as unique as your property, so FPM Properties team offers several management options to meet your needs and an array of management schedules.

Property Marketing

FPM Properties has developed a comprehensive marketing plan that has a proven track record.

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Tenant Screening

FPM Properties qualifies each tenant during an in depth application process, which includes:

When FPM Properties is managing your property we’ll take care of all of the details.

Bonus Services

Property Manager Ready Kit – “Always Prepared”

All our property managers carry this specialized kit to take care of issues that may pop up while visiting or inspecting properties, all to save our owners money. For example, if a light bulb is out, a 9-volt battery in need of replacement in a smoke detector, a switch or light cover that needs replaced, even trash removal or sweeping that needs to be done, the property manager can quickly saving the owner a service call which can range from $35-75 per trip.

Items in the kit include:

Inquire About Our Services

Main: (904) 497-4200
Toll Free: (800) 626-2383
Fax: (904) 241-9991

Move-in and move-out videos

To save our owners more time and money, we shoot videos of the entire property that is under our management. On security deposit claims the resident has a tendency to keep the home cleaner and with a video the tendencies are that much greater. Proof of the residence before and after a resident has lived in a property is concrete evidence in the event of a dispute. These documents are an excellent resource if/when filing of an insurance claim is necessary.

Baldwin Area Information

Baldwin Property Managers

Baldwin is a town in Duval County, Florida. The town was first settled under the name of Thigpen in 1846. Mr. Thigpen had opened a tavern to benefit the stagecoach line at the crossroads of what is today Baldwin. He supplied horses for the stage and shelter and food for the passengers. The first railroad was built in Thigpen in 1857 with a second crossing it in 1859. The name was changed to Baldwin in honor of Dr. Abel Seymour Baldwin, the president of the Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Central Railroad, a railroad that ran from Lake City to Jacksonville. Further development in Baldwin led to the establishment of a telegraphic line running from Jacksonville to Baldwin.

On August 10, 1864 during the Civil War a skirmish occurred between a Confederate cavalry and the 102nd Regiment United States Colored Troops. A section of railroad tracks were destroyed by the Federal troops. Two days later the Federals dispatched cavalry troops from Baldwin to drive Confederate forces back. One Federal soldier was killed and four were captured in the process. Baldwin was then burned down by the Federals. From 1865 to 1875 Baldwin was rebuilt reaching a population of 250. Source from Wikipedia