Whether your home was purchased as a homestead or as an investment, Dennis Property Management provides unmatched, quality services to manage your investment. Our fees are highly competitive with other Property Management companies and no fees are collected until we find you a qualified tenant to move into your property.
To obtain more detailed information about our Property Management services or to obtain a no obligation evaluation of your property, call us now at (813) 948-5660 or submit an inquiry using the form to the right.
To obtain more detailed information about our Property Management services or to obtain a no obligation evaluation of your property, call us now at (813) 948-5660 or submit an inquiry using the form below.
You can trust our experience, extensive marketing, dedicated full-time support staff and specialized Property Managers to provide you results and peace of mind with your Real Estate. That’s why Dennis Property Management is “YOUR KEY TO FREEDOM”.
Dennis Realty is a family-owned business and provides boutique-style personalized, one-on-one property management service to you. You will feel at ease that your dedicated Property Manager is supported by a stable and reliable parent company that has been in business for over 40 years. Your Property Manager is also backed by a full-time dedicated staff at our Dennis Realty office so we are always here when you need us.
As active members of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM), our Management has extensive training, high-level knowledge and experience, and has emerged as a Leader in the Pasco area. We specialize in the management of single family homes, multi-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, and commercial properties. Our Licensed Property Managers are located all across the Greater Pasco area, and service all of Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas and Hernando counties.CONTACT US FOR A QUOTE PACKAGES & PRICING
If we don't collect rent as agreed, you don't pay us our management fee. We only get paid when you get paid.
If a property owner calls, texts or emails their designated property manager, your manager will respond within 24 hours, or we will waive that months management fee.
We work diligently to find you the best tenant for your property! We check credit reports, criminal background, eviction records, judgement history, and sex offender registry. We ask for verification of employment, proof of actual income, and we research rental history.
"I would like to take a few minutes of your time to express my opinions about Christina Fry. I hope that you and the other staff members at Dennis Reality realize what an asset she is to the company. My husband and I have been clients of Dennis Reality for a little over three years…Christina has/is far above the others before her. She is professional, punctual, courteous and highly efficient in any of our needs…Christina has taken control this past year and a half and finally got things done. I’m sure the property owners would also like to know that their home is now under a great manager with Christina."- Marjorie H.
Pasco County was created on June 2, 1887, from the southern third of Hernando County. The same legislation also created Citrus County from the northern third of Hernando County. The county was named for Samuel Pasco, who had just been elected to the United States Senate. Dade City was named the temporary county seat until a popular vote was held in 1889, at which time voters made Dade City the permanent county seat. As early as 1917, residents of the western part of the county proposed forming a separate county or merging with Pinellas County, as Dade City was not centrally located in the county. The issue was finally resolved in the late 1970s with the construction of identical government centers in both Dade City and New Port Richey.
The earliest towns were Anclote, Blanton, Dade City, Earnestville, Fort Dade, Macon (Trilby), Lacoochee and San Antonio. Citrus was an important industry when the county was formed, although a decline followed a freeze in 1895. Several large sawmills operated in the county in the early part of the twentieth century. During the Florida land boom of the 1920s, New Port Richey became the winter home of silent screen star Thomas Meighan and golfer Gene Sarazen; Meighan attempted to bring other Hollywood figures to the city. The county has experienced significant population growth since the 1960s. The growth began along the Gulf coast but is now occurring most rapidly in areas north of Tampa.