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Damelecia Inc

Your Broward County Rental Property Management Team.

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Damelecia Inc

Address

8201 Peters Rd Suite 1000
Plantation Florida 33324
USA

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+19548607493

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Damelecia(r): Pioneering Property Management in Broward County. Born out of a privately-held property investment venture, Damelecia(r) has flourished into Broward County's premier property management company, serving a broad clientele across the region. Our team is backed by an extensive history in property investments and is ready to meet all of your property management needs. Our dual expertise of being seasoned buyers and sellers equips us with strategic insights that will guarantee the success of your property. After a decade-long journey in property investment, we now focus on property management. We combine our rich history as landlords with cutting-edge technology to create unparalleled property management solutions. Our role? To adeptly manage and elevate your property portfolio. We guarantee its maximum profitability, allowing you to focus on your main business pursuits. At Damelecia, Inc., we're not just your property managers but our trusted allies. We simplify your leasing journey, stripping it of complexities. We put your safety and security first, from tenant screening to seamless move-ins. By shouldering the everyday demands of property management, we empower you to channel your energies toward scaling your business. Join hands with Damelecia(r) and experience property management redefined.

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About Plantation

Plantation is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. It is a part of the South Florida metropolitan area. The city's name comes from the previous part-owner of the land, the Everglades Plantation Company, and their unsuccessful attempts to establish a rice plantation in the area. As of the 2020 U.S. census, the population was 91,750. == History == === Land acquisition and drainage (1855–1930) === Before the start of the 20th century, the area that became Plantation was part of the Everglades wetlands, regularly covered by 2–3 feet of water.

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