Make no mistake about. Orlando real estate, developers, and property management companies did terrible harm to the Central Florida community this year, taking advantage of a poorly monitored industry and pushing thousands of families out of their homes. Let 2021 reflect that. It was there fault. And all of the
Right now hundreds of families are getting thrown out on the streets of Orlando because property management companies have been allowed to exploit them for years with unfair rent increases. There is no action being done by our elected officials and many proposed solutions would take to long to implement
Dear sir or ma’am, As we approach Christmas, understand that you, your colleagues, and the functionality of the Orlando real estate and property management industry, will have made this holiday one of the worst thousands of families will ever experience. Because of your rent increases and price hikes, there will
Orlando is currently one of the worst places in the country when it comes to affordable housing. Families are facing unreasonable rent increases from property management companies that understand their powerful influence within our government. And taking their abuse of power even further, a lot of these property management companies
As we approach Christmas and the New Year, families in Orlando are homeless or on the brink of homelessness with no rent relief in sight. Many more families will lose their homes in January, as property management companies continue running up the price on our neighbors. And those neighbors talk.
There have been calls for Florida to declare an affordable housing state of emergency (story HERE). Sadly, Tallahassee has decided to punt to Washington instead of addressing the issue. But St. Petersburg is considering declaring an affordable housing state of emergency of their own (story HERE). That’s a good idea.
Okay. Let’s stop with the theater. Families are losing their homes just days before Christmas. Your elected officials could make an immediate difference with affordable housing here in Orlando. The formula isn’t that difficult. It’s just that many of your city and county leaders choose not to take a stand