Property Management Blog

July Blog

System - Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Property Management Blog

As we reach the mid-ish point of the year and head into a national holiday weekend, there is a lot to reflect on since 2020 began.  We doubt very many, if any of us, anticipated this place and time as we rang in the new year 12-31-19. 

It has been tumultuous to say the least. Struggle seems to be the hallmark of this year so far: struggle to maintain, be heard, be understood…even survive.

We’re taking this time not only to reflect on our blessings but on how we can embrace more understanding and learning as it relates to everything outside of ourselves. In all truth, that can be a struggle in and of itself but struggle is what this country was born from. There are struggles large and small going on all the time, but they are most certainly magnified now.

As we celebrate our independence, we are leveraging our independent thinking to determine how we make a greater contribution to the betterment of this shared experience we all have. 

There is nothing particularly special about it—we’re average people finding our path to a better way.

That’s freedom isn’t it?

P.S. Fireworks all around Jacksonville (if not suspended) courtesy of Covid 19—so that’s something to celebrate!  Have a safe and happy 4th of July

Contact Us

10365 Hood Rd S #205
Jacksonville, fl 32257

Main: (904) 497-4200
Fax: (904) 241-9991

Copyright © FPM Properties. All Rights Reserved.
Property Management Website powered by | Site Map
Tenant Screening provided by RentScreener

NARPM EHO Jax BNA Hurricanes Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce KC NFAOR

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

FPM Properties is committed to ensuring that its website is accessible to people with disabilities. All the pages on our website will meet W3C WAI's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level A conformance. Any issues should be reported to Website Accessibility Policy