Safety Harbor Property Management
When it comes to property management in Tampa, you won’t find a company that’s more dedicated to maximizing the value of your investment. Our professional property management services save you money, protect your asset and provide you with a single point of contact when you need anything from property upgrades to tenant screening to rental price analyses.
Our customized approach to each property results in the following:
- Low vacancy rates
- Superior advertising strategies
- Supportive tenant relationships
- Rigorous screening methods
- Professional expertise in all areas of property management
- Skilled and licensed contractor service
- Transparent accounting
Safety Harbor Area Information
The area has been inhabited since the Stone Age. In June 2008, a 6,000-year-old spearhead was found at Marshall Street Park. The inhabitants of the area at the time of Spanish exploration were the Tocobaga people, who lived in villages around Tampa Bay. The adaptation of this culture relied on wild resources. Safety Harbor sites have yielded pottery, and artifacts of copper, shell, and stone. The Tocobaga were known for constructing various ceremonial and communal mounds to bury the dead. Most of these mounds were destroyed in the early 1900s due to development. However, one of these ceremonial mounds is still visible in Safety Harbor's Phillippe Park (see photo). Shells found in these mounds were used to pave city streets.
In 1528 Spanish explorer Pánfilo de Narváez landed in the area, followed by Hernando de Soto in 1539. Safety Harbor (formerly known as Worth's Harbor) was first homesteaded by Count Odette Phillippe, a Frenchman who is credited with introducing the grapefruit to Florida in 1823. The name Safety Harbor originated from the early 18th century, when pirates were a substantial influence in the area. Once ships reached this area of the bay, all threats from pirates were gone, and it was commonly referred to as a "Safe Harbor". Source From Wikipedia