Office: (904) 261-0604

Amelia Island Property Management

We Can Help Manage Your Amelia Island Rental Property

Are you looking for a Property Manager or Property Management Company in the Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach, Yulee or North Jacksonville area to manage an existing rental home or an investment property you own or are about to purchase? Below you will find answers to some common questions regarding our property management services. These are questions you should ask any Property Manager you are interviewing.

The Benefits of using Chaplin Williams Rentals

  • No hassle management
  • Automated owner statements
  • Online Owner Portal Access
  • Industry leading marketing tools
  • 24/7 maintenance request handling
  • Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
  • Low vacancy rate
  • Low time on market
  • Industry specific local knowledge

What we do as your property manager:

  • Fill vacancies
  • Advertise your rental
  • Handle tenant inquiries
  • Background and credit investigations
  • Application processing
  • Lease signing
  • Full service repair
  • Rent collection
  • Accounting
  • Handle Tenant excuses
  • Evictions

Inquire About Our Services

At Chaplin Williams, we don't believe in scare tactics or just telling you what you want to hear . we understand that you want peace of mind when dealing with your investment. That's why we share the facts…and the biggest fact is: Every Property Is Unique. And while the properties are unique, there are some things all property owners should consider when managing your own property and tenants:

Local Owners

  1. If you manage your property, you will be the one receiving the calls in the middle of the night for repairs.
  2. The tenant will have complete access to you via telephone, email, and address. You are at their beck and call.
  3. You have an emotional attachment to the house. This can and will affect your ability to be objective when it comes to the property and makes it hard to view both sides fairly, which can sometimes lead to messy court battles.
  4. Some tenants don't pay their rent on time, or at all.Do you know the Florida laws for eviction?
  5. If the rent is late, there is no buffer when having to confront the tenant and collect the late fee from them
  6. Do you want to go by your property on a regular basis, and do all the inspections?

Out of Area/State Owners

  1. How will you monitor the condition of your property?
  2. What happens if the tenant fails to pay their rent? How do you start eviction or even collect the late fee without being here?
  3. Where do you keep the security deposit? By Florida law any Security Deposits or Advanced Rents must be held in a Florida bank, which must be disclosed to the tenant.Should you have interest or non-interest bearing account?
  4. What happens when something needs repair? Do you have access to reliable, licensed and insured vendors in the area to respond within 24 hours or sooner to solve the problem?
  5. If you have a "No Pets" policy for the home how do you know that they haven't acquired one after moving in?
  6. Is the lawn drying because of neglect? Re-sodding can be an expensive result.
  7. When you receive a violation letter from the HOA, do you have someone that can represent you to make sure you don't have to pay any penalties?

We understand that a lot of times by trying to save a small amount of money, it can end up costing double, triple or sometimes more. We feel that hiring a Property Manager is a small price to pay to have the confidence that your property is being well maintained and kept in the best possible condition. Should you decide to sell your property in the future we can assist you with the sale and will help you reach the best price point for you.

Whether it's one or 100 properties, you get our proven system of property management which maximizes rental income and keeps maintenance costs low while providing a safe and comfortable home to your tenants. Our system offers:


Frequently Asked Questions

Amelia Island Area Information

Native American bands associated with the Timucua people settled on the island, which they called Napoyca, circa 1000. They would remain there until the early 18th century. In 1562, French Huguenot explorer Jean Ribault became the first recorded European visitor to Napoyca, and named the island Île de Mai. In 1565, Spanish forces led by Pedro Menendez de Aviles drove the French from northeastern Florida by attacking their stronghold at Fort Caroline on the Rivière de Mai (later called Río de San Juan by the Spanish) and then slaughtering Ribault and perhaps 350 other French colonists who had been shipwrecked further down the coast.

Spanish Franciscans established the Santa María de Sena mission in 1573 on the island they named Isla de Santa María. In the early 17th century some of the remnants of depopulated indigenous Mocama settlements were moved to Santa María de Sena.

In 1680, British raids forced the Christian Guale Indians to abandon the Santa Catalina de Guale mission on St. Catherines Island, Georgia, and relocate to the Santa María de Sena and Santa Catalina missions on Isla de Santa María. In 1702, these missions were finally abandoned when South Carolina's colonial governor, James Moore, led a joint British–American Indian invasion of Florida. . Wiki

Areas We Service

Chaplin Williams Rentals, Inc.

Amelia Island Office

5472 First Coast Highway, Suite 1
Amelia Island, FL 32034
Office: (904) 261-0604
Fax: (904) 277-4886

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