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Victory Property Management revolves around a culture of passion for our brand and customers. We are aggressive, energetic, and flexible in today's changing landscape. We take large deposits, have the best tenant quality in the business, and still rent our homes significantly faster than our competitors. 9 Years in business and we’ve only evicted four tenants that we chose, because we have a great system. Many old style management firms survive as a result of their sheer size. However, with offices in coastal Wilmington NC, and the Triangle /Raleigh -Cary NC Areas, Victory has experienced phenomenal growth from the ground up, during the worst housing crisis since the 1930’s. Contact to get started today! VRE is ready to assist landlords  and limit the headaches that come with marketing a rental home, qualifying & choosing high quality tenants, securing binding leases, moving tenants in, handling emergency night time maintenance calls, collecting rent, accounting, documenting problems / non payment, (we’re excellent at outright avoiding this)  turning over rental homes quickly and affordably, finding a new quality tenant.  At the end of the day our success is determined solely by our customer’s success, and we are experts at maximizing return on investment for our landlords...     
⋆Victory Property Management Wilmington NC to Raleigh NC Metros & Homes for Rent
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So you’re thinking of committing for 12 whole months to the “big, or cheap,” property manager in town?  Here’s how that usually plays out...

You choose your manager because they’re the biggest or the cheapest, but are they the best?  

Regardless, now you’re stuck for 12 months, and hopefully they don’t have tons of hidden fees.  

Instead, we offer a reasonable way out if you’re unhappy, and have NO hidden fees.
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Now, your manager builds your rental presentation.  The only thing,  is that the presentation consists of a couple terrible photos, and a description along the lines of 
“great house for first available tenant – hot deal.”  

Our presentations are second to none.  We put out the effort,  and have the tools necessary to make your home truly stand out from the crowd.
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Then, they market your home on the MLS, and maybe an extra site or two if it’s not too much trouble, but who’s going to pay the commission?  

We pay any commissions ourselves because our advertising scope is so huge, we don’t have to rely much on other agents to fill our homes.  
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Now, that impressive effort has left you with long vacancy, low rent, and a few applications from shady tenants.  Your home either sits vacant way longer than it had to, or your manager takes the shady tenant because they’re tired of your occasional call for updates.  

Our combination of presentation, marketing, and being extremely flexible with a fluid rental market, guarantees a steady flow of highly qualified tenants to choose from. 

⋆Victory Property Management Raleigh-Cary NC Metro Homes for Rent
919.249.8555
1135 Kildaire Farm Rd 200 Cary, NC 27511
http://raleighncrent.com/
Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Garner, Morrisville, SE Durham, Knightdale, Wendell, Wake Forest, Rolesville, Wake County, RDU, Triangle

⋆Victory Property Management Wilmington NC Homes for Rent
910.447.9495
Rent@VictoryRealEstateInc.com
4002 1/2 Oleander Dr 1A Wilmington, NC 28403
http://mywilmingtonrent.com/
Wilmington NC, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Wrightsville Beach, Leland, Ogden, Hampstead, Castle Hayne, Belville, New Hanover County, Cape Fear, Brunswick County
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Like any good habit you try to develop, keeping yourself safe on the job requires you to change some behaviors and practice new ones. Whether you’re posting to social media, meeting a client or closing down an open house, there is always a need to reduce the risk of personal harm. In many cases, safety precautions not only protect you, the agent, but can protect the homeowner as well. Here are 15 safety tips real estate agents should practice. Never reveal any personal information — such as your home phone number, private cell phone number (if it’s separate from your work cell phone) or home address — on any public-facing materials such as signs, flyers or social media posts. If you work with a team, keep an office document listing the make, model, year, color and license plate number of every agent’s vehicle. Store this document in a central, online location so that it can be quickly accessed if needed.  http://www.zillow.com/blog/pro/15-safety-tips-you-should-practice-114921/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ZillowForPros+%28Zillow+For+Pros%29 http://ow.ly/ObKsY
As a real estate agent, you spend your days accommodating your clients, but when it comes to personal safety, you come first. Start with these 15 tips.
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Most homeowners insurance policies state that any time you suffer damage to your property—whether it’s covered under the policy or not—you’re supposed to make a claim in a timely manner, says former insurance claims adjuster Jonathan G. Stein, who’s now a consumer attorney in Elk Grove, Calif. What’s timely? Typically within two weeks, possibly as long as 30 days, says Stein, except for theft claims, which insurers expect you to report within days. That certainly works in the insurer’s favor, but not necessarily in yours. Read your policy carefully, then get repair estimates to determine if the cost to fix the problem exceeds your deductible, the amount you pay out of pocket. Read more: http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/home-insurance/homeowners-insurance-to-claim-or-not-to-claim/#ixzz3XC4I2UZF http://ow.ly/ObKis
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4. Wipe out your cabinets. Another no-brainer before you move in your dishes and bathroom supplies. Make sure to wipe inside and out, preferably with a non-toxic cleaner, and replace contact paper if necessary. When I cleaned my kitchen cabinets, I found an unpleasant surprise: Mouse poop. Which leads me to my next tip … 5. Give critters the heave-ho. That includes mice, rats, bats, termites, roaches, and any other uninvited guests. There are any number of DIY ways to get rid of pests, but if you need to bring out the big guns, an initial visit from a pest removal service will run you $100-$300, followed by monthly or quarterly visits at about $50 each time. For my mousy enemies, I strategically placed poison packets around the kitchen, and I haven’t found any carcasses or any more poop, so the droppings I found must have been old. I might owe a debt of gratitude to the snake that lives under my back deck, but I prefer not to think about him. http://ow.ly/N6a7n http://ow.ly/ObK7f
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You see, nearly ten years ago, I decided that rental properties were going to be my ticket to financial freedom. I was bitten by the bug and could think of very little else until that simple question stopped me in my tracks. What would I do if a tenant didn’t pay rent?  This is how I first discovered BiggerPockets.com almost a decade ago. I used a search engine online and typed in those words, “What to do if tenants don’t pay rent?” and what I discovered was a community of others who have “been there, done that” and had answers. I find it incredibly rewarding that today I am able to repay that favor by explaining to you exactly what to do when tenants don’t pay rent. Of course, there are a lot of other reasons you may want to evict a tenant (usually for lease violations or they’ve stayed longer than they were supposed to), and this guide will help you as well. This post is going to cover exactly how to evict a tenant, but it’s going to go even deeper. We’re going to explore some ways that you as the landlord can navigate these muddy waters and maybe solve the problem without needing to go the “eviction” route. http://ow.ly/O7xiC
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Not surprisingly, the number one issue was weather. “The harsh winter delayed tenants from coming out between January and March as much as they normally would,” said Aspasia Comnas, executive managing director at Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons. Ms. Comnas also cited a continuing trend of one- to two-month rentals—July and August—versus full-season ones, which may also account for the delay in tenants coming out to look. “Tenants come out later than they used to, and there will likely still be an influx of those tenants over the next month or so,” Ms. Comnas said. Another factor was that many former tenants purchased homes, thereby reducing the number of potential tenants and at the same time increasing the number of homes for rent. Ms. Comnas also suggested that some renters may be opting to vacation in Europe instead of the Hamptons because of the favorable exchange rate of the euro. “Overall I see a lot of rentals still available,” said Anthony DeVivio, managing director of Halstead Property in East Hampton. He said Halstead, too, has seen many tenants turn into buyers: “A great percentage of people we sold to in the last two years have turned around and put their newly purchased homes up for a seasonal rental," he said. "This has caused supply to be larger than it has been in years." Mr. DeVivio also stressed that the most desirable time periods are July and/or August, as opposed to the whole Memorial Day to Labor Day season. Judi Desiderio of Town and Country Real Estate said the trend toward shorter-term rentals “began after the crash and has remained.” But she is hopeful that the season will come around. “There are some great rentals that remain available thanks to a nasty winter with seven weekends of snowstorms, and actually rental traffic has picked up during the past few weeks,” she said. http://ow.ly/NX6yp
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The Big 3 “Hidden” Expenses Maintenance Expenses The doomed landlord (or real estate agent) puts a number like $600 a year for maintenance on their cash flow statement for a rental that is renting for $1,000 a month. You can believe that number, or you can be assured that maintenance will run at least 10% of the rents. http://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/2015/03/15/hidden-real-estate-expenses-blindside-investors/ http://ow.ly/ObKyR
If you are like many people, you may be investing in a buy and hold rental that you can use for passive income in your later years -- or even in your earlier years. You look at the monthly mortgage payments, look at the common expenses, and decide it is a &qout;go.&qout; But did you remember to include these …
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That’s not just speculation. Studies confirm: Big, extensive renovations that functionally improve a home are net money losers, on average. They may enhance enjoyment of the home significantly – but they generally do not add as much in value as they cost to execute. Meanwhile, the projects and improvements that add the most value, according to the annual Cost vs. Value Study put out by Remodeling Magazine, are almost invariably cosmetic. Looks count. You don’t want to be selling the neighborhood’s “ugly duckling.” If your listing is so ugly that it scares the crows away, here are some things you can do to boost its curb appeal – and get it sold for a good price – without busting the bank.  http://www.trulia.com/pro/sellers/9-time-tested-ways-enhance-curb-appeal/ http://ow.ly/ObKpx
These time-tested curb appeal boosters will impress buyers and improve their opinions of your listings - without breaking the bank!
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Mortgage Bankers Association David Stevens discusses the state of the housing market and supply inventory driving up home prices. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Mark Crumpton on “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg) http://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2015-03-31/will-home-prices-rise-if-interest-rates-increase-?cmpid=yhoo http://ow.ly/ObKcC
March 31 -- Mortgage Bankers Association David Stevens discusses the state of the housing market and supply inventory driving up home prices. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Mark Crumpton on “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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Dec. 30 -- Robert Shiller, a professor at Yale University and co-creator of the S&P/Case-Shiller index of property values, and former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan talk about the outlook for the U.S. housing market and the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They speak with Betty Liu, Brendan Greeley and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg) http://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2014-12-30/shiller-says-correction-in-us-home-prices-possible-video http://ow.ly/ObJYk
Dec. 30 -- Robert Shiller, a professor at Yale University and co-creator of the S&P/Case-Shiller index of property values, and former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan talk about the outlook for the U.S. housing market and the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They speak with Betty Liu, Brendan Greeley and Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's
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Get ready for grilling Your community barbecue grills likely need a little TLC after the winter months. Give them a good cleaning, replace worn racks as needed, and make sure that they’re connected to a fuel source and ready to use. Go one step further and invite residents to a community barbecue to celebrate the start of summer. It can be done affordably by providing the side dishes, condiments or drinks; invite your residents to bring whatever they’d like to grill. It’s also a great way to reconnect with residents you haven’t seen in a while. Spruce up your clubhouse While not an outdoor amenity per se, your clubhouse will likely become a popular hangout this summer — especially if it has air conditioning and a big-screen TV for watching baseball! Give it a fresh coat of paint, plant some new flowers near the entrance and stock up on snacks and treats for residents. If the furniture is worn or stained, invest in a few new pieces so residents will look forward to spending time there. Make use of the lawn The well-manicured lawn on your property can do much more than just look good. Make it a gathering place for fitness-minded residents by partnering with a local gym or yoga studio to offer low-priced boot camp, yoga or Pilates classes for residents. It’s a great way to foster a sense of community and help renters get outdoors! Create features for Fido Does your community have any unused outdoor areas that aren’t well-trafficked or conducive to landscaping? If you’re a pet-friendly property, make use of this empty space by putting up a low fence to create a small off-leash dog park. Residents will be glad to have a place where their pups can get some exercise, and it’s an appealing, year-round benefit to be able to offer future residents. Invest in a play structure If your community is home to lots of kids, installing a playground can be a great investment. It gives families a place to enjoy being outdoors together and gives kids a safe place to play. When choosing a location for your play structure, go with somewhere central. Many communities stick play structures in the back of the complex, far from where anyone would want to spend time, and they go unused. And, don’t forget to include some benches or picnic tables. Offer classic recreation options http://ow.ly/O9o3d
With summer fast approaching, turn your community's outdoor spaces into brag-worthy amenities.
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Very QUIET neighborhood in a very convenient location! Just moments to some of Wilmington’s most premier locations such as Porters Neck, Mayfaire, Wrightsville Beach, and Downtown! There is no place more convenient to so many beautiful, popular commercial locations. This area is also wonderful for biking or strolling through the neighborhood. There are miles of quiet neighborhood streets to get out and enjoy. The home itself features.... HUGE Fenced Backyard Mature Landscaping One Car Garage Gorgeous Hardwood Floors TONS of Cabinet Space and Ample Storage Custom Shelving Attention to Detail! Newer, Stainless Appliances Wine Rack Crown Molding Ceiling Fans Beautiful Tile Bathrooms Double Sinks Jacuzzi Bath Tub Large Windows That Allow Natural Light to Pour In Fresh, Classy Paint Throughout Spring View Washer / Dryer Included http://ow.ly/ONiDT
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4002 1/2 Oleander Drive Suite 1A Wilmington, NC 28403
4002 1/2 Oleander Drive, Suite 1AUSNorth CarolinaWilmington28403
(910) 447-9495mywilmingtonrent.com
Property Management Company, Apartment Rental AgencyToday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:30 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Victory Realty revolves around a culture of passion for our brand. We are aggressive, energetic, and flexible in this changing landscape. We take large deposits, have the best tenant quality in the business, and still rent our homes significantly faster than our competitors. 9 Years in business and we’ve only evicted four tenants that we chose, because we have a great system. Many old style management firms survive as a result of their sheer size.  However, with offices in coastal Wilmington, and  the Triangle /Raleigh -Cary Areas, Victory was built from the ground up, during the worst housing crisis since the 1930’s.

VRE Thrives on a love of the current technology revolution.  For this reason we have stayed well ahead of our competitors in all aspects of rental management from marketing to owner/client communication.  Originating from, and still to this day operating as a commercial marketing firm for multiple companies in and outside the real estate industry, Victory has an inside track on how people use the web day to day.  Rental searches are almost exclusively done online these days, and understanding that constantly changing landscape is every bit of half the success battle.

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Alexander Iglesias
a year ago
I wanted to thank Victory for actually “managing” my property. Someone in my department has all sorts of investment properties and endless problems with Property Managers who don’t seem to care at all – she could write a book. Thank you, Alexander Iglesias
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Thanks Alexander! We appreciate your kind words.
Justin Welan
2 years ago
Victory has managed my Wilmington, NC property for almost two full years. In that time, I have experienced nothing but quality customer service. The majority of my interaction has been with Danielle. She has proven herself to be professional and competent in all of our dealings. I have had more limited interaction with Ralph, however, like Danielle, he has been quick to respond to my questions and/or concerns. Our house has been occupied every month since we hired Victory. During that time they have seamlessly handled multiple maintenance issues, keeping both me and the tenant updated and informed. I have recommended Victory to multiple friends in the Wilmington area, and have yet to hear a complaint from any of them. Instead, I received thanks for introducing them to Victory.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Thanks a ton Justin!
Jeff Lunsford
2 years ago
Amazing experience. We own properties in various places and no manager makes us feel so comfortable with owning a rental. They handle everything and have such a good hold on technology we feel as if we're in the same town and overseeing everything. Thanks guys. Jeff
Response from the owner - a year ago
Thank you Jeff!
Audrey Campbell
2 years ago
I am a renter and have been with Victory Realty for more than a year and they have been absolutely wonderful. Danielle is great to work with and any small issue she handles it very quickly. She has been professional with great customer service since day one. I highly recommend using Victory Realty for any rental property.
Response from the owner - a year ago
Much appreciated Audrey!
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Danny elopat
a year ago
I currently live in Raleigh and have a rental property on Carolina Beach, NC. I went through a cycle of 3 nightmare tenants in a time frame of less than a year! I considered selling but quickly realized I would lose everything I had invested in my condo. At wits end with renters, I came across Victory Real Estate, and they have been great. I have had a solid renter in my unit for about 14 months and have no complaints. I was very pleased at how they advertised my unit and how hard they qualified the applications. After waiting with a vacant unit for a few months, I was ready to accept just about anyone. But with Danielle's help I was able to find a great renter and I'm finally seeing some income from this place.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Thank you Danny!
Natalie Smith
a year ago
I started using Victory Rental Property Management late last year and have had a great experience with them. I didn't know how to start listing my house or what to do and they helped me every step of the way. I work an hour north of Wilmington and the commute took a toll so I moved for my job. I have not needed to take care of a thing because they have handled it all. I would definitely recommend them. I am in the military and feel confident that even when I leave the area they will have the property well taken care of.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Thank you for the kind words Natalie!
Erin Warren
2 years ago
We have rented from Victory for the past 4 years, and are only leaving because we have decided to buy a home. They have always been accommodating, and have responded to any maintenance issues in a timely manner. I recommend them to anyone who likes their privacy, but still wants a rental experience where concerns are heard and addressed. Ralph and the girls that work for him are very easy to talk to, and Ralph even came out himself to cut up a tree that fell across our driveway during a hurricane. I have never had a more pleasurable renting experience.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Hate to see you go but happy you guys made that big buy!
jim cerniglia
a year ago
Worst Company in town!!!! Rude, Bullying comments are the only constant from the owner Ralph Hunter! Do not use as a property management company. You will regret it!!!!! Keep looking there are many better out there!
Response from the owner - 3 months ago
In this situation we made a mistake by not first researching the situation and properties before accepting them into our program. We have since changed our policy to head off these issues. We have a clear cut policy of treating people fair and reasonably. Our philosophy is discussed on our website. Issues such as not repairing heating and air, or treating for bed bugs that were present when a tenant moved in, are not the kind of things we feel are fair to the community that we represent. During discussions of what NC law requires from a landlord, we have an email from this owner that states if someone files suit, he'll simply declare bankruptcy and start fresh. We have a large amount of additional documentation as well. While we can't legally operate in that fashion, we also wouldn't want to. We always try to be fair, and in the long run this works to everyone's advantage.. We also feel it's important for fairness to VRE that we point out most of these properties ended up short sold or in foreclosure within a year. That would most likely explain lack of desire to make repairs as required by law.