Most rental property owners in Ormond Beach understand the importance of screening tenants in order to protect their investment. What you might not know is that proper screening does more than just protect your rental home. It also increases your ROI.

A well-screened and highly qualified tenant will always contribute to a better rental experience. That outstanding resident will also help you earn more on your investment property.


Good Screening Leads to On-Time Rental Payments

Achieving the ROI you want requires that rent is consistently paid on time.

Good tenants do that.

When you’re screening for your next renter, always make rent payments a priority.…

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Many owners choose our services because they simply do not have the time, desire, or experience to manage their own investment property or deal with the seemingly endless day-to-day tenant issues.

We are local and experienced, which means our ability to respond is fast and thorough.

We also work with investors who need professional property management simply because this avoids involving a friend, associate, or relative, who may be willing and able to keep an eye on the property, but doesn’t have the legal knowledge, expertise, or vendor relationships that are crucial.

Many clients elect to retain us simply to avoid the necessity of their personal involvement with…

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If tenant placement services are all you need, we can find you a well-qualified resident quickly. Most owners and investors get the most value from our full-service rental management program, however. It includes everything you need to have a successful and stress-free rental experience, and includes all of this and more:

  • Advertise and market the property immediately and effectively
  • Provide multiple managers to present and show the property 7 days a week
  • Screen potential tenants and verify income, employment, credit, and background checks
  • Provide complete “move-in” and “move–out” services
  • Handle all paperwork including signing attorney prepared leases
  • Collect…

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Looking for ways to save money during your travels? Well, the first place to start is booking your vacation directly with Oceans Luxury Vacations by calling (386) 455-0830 or visiting our website at By doing so, you avoid the “extra fees” online booking agencies like Airbnb and Vrbo tac on. We have a wide range of different types of rentals. In today’s economy, many people are looking to save wherever they can – and we have savings you can take advantage of throughout the year. Your vacation budget might need to be tightened this year – but that doesn’t mean you can’t vacation in luxury! If you are looking to save money on travel this summer, read on for some tips.

1. “Off” Times


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Have you ever dreamed of having a memorable vacation? But one that doesn’t confine you to four hotel walls with other people right next to you?

We have. And that is exactly why Oceans Luxury Vacations is the superior choice when booking your next getaway here in Volusia County, Florida.

Many online vacation rental companies can get you into a hotel room, condo, or someone else apartment – but have you ever considered what it would be like to rent a private home for your next vacation?

More and more homeowners have joined our property management group and are now renting out their vacation homes to people just like you. That means you can stay in luxurious, hip, and sometimes unique architecturally designed homes in…

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The Restaurant At Peck Plaza

After more than four years of renovation, the restaurant at Peck Plaza has finally re-opened. In an article published online on February 12, 2021, in the News Journal by Clayton Park, "The Top of Daytona Restaurant & Lounge is finally serving drinks, steaks and spectacular views once again more than four years after temporarily closing because of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew." The restaurant underwent a complete renovation of the kitchen, tables and seating, flooring, plumbing, electricity, and A/C.

Tony Sousa, who runs Top of Daytona with his wife and son Nick stated in the article, "Everything is new. Even the sheetrock is new."

The views from the restaurant are unlike any other, from the south side you…

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Ormond Beach Is Listed In The Top 25 Beaches To Visit In The US!

Trip Advisor included Ormond Beach in the top 25 beaches in the US. Trip advisor named Ormond Beach as the #12 beach to visit in the US. Jim Abbott writes online in the News Journal, "So, while Ormond Beach basks in its recognition this week on TripAdvisor’s latest list of the Top 25 beaches in the United States, its 12th place ranking is anything but official. A quick poll of Volusia County tourism folks and local elected officials yielded congratulations, but also a nod to the unscientific nature of such rankings. Daytona Beach, the self-proclaimed "World’s Most Famous Beach," didn’t make the cut."

Daytona Beach enthusiasts were upset that Daytona Beach didn't make the list.…

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Local Home Sales Are Red Hot!

The home sale market in Volusia and Flagler counties has been steadily increasing. Since the middle of 2020, the market has become extremely hot. The demand for homes is high, but the inventory is very low. Houses don't stay on the market long. 

In an article published online in the News Journal on Friday, February 26, 2021, by Clayton Park, "The momentum from the surge in home sales in the second half of 2020 in Volusia and Flagler counties has continued into the new year, the latest reports from area Realtor associations show." 

On a wholesales from last year and years prior have increased year over year. Clayton reported, "In January, Realtors in Volusia County sold 703 single-family homes, a 15.4% increase…

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Does Daytona Beach Have A Housing Bubble?

Is there a housing bubble forming in Daytona Beach? Many home buyers are questioning this due to the high demand for housing and the apparent low inventory. What is causing this enormous demand and can the market sustain it? Is it occurring due to the Pandemic?

A housing bubble is defined in the article by the Buyers Agent of East Florida as "an increase in housing prices fueled by demand, speculation, and fervor in the market. Bubbles normally begin with an increase in housing demand, usually accompanied by a very limited supply. When speculative housing investors enter the market it further spikes demand, which increases prices even more." There are many who debate that even though it appears we are…

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