Maximize your rental income with IPG property management!

Make Money on Your Central Florida Investment!

Our sister company, IPG Florida Vacation Homes, has been around since 1994 and currently manages over 400 short term vacation rentals in the Central Florida area. IPG Florida Vacation Homes not only provides excellent care for your property while you are away, but also provides excellent rental income for their homeowners.

Check out our comparison chart below to see if you would rather have a short-term rental home or a long-term rental home.

Short Term

Your Home As a Vacation Home

  • Short-term allows you to make more money since prices fluctuate depending on holidays and vacation seasons.

  • You can set minimum tenancy rates so that your renters have to stay for your alloted amount of time.

  • In moments when you have no tenants, you can use your home for your own family vacations – this saves both money and time!

  • Owners of short-term rentals get more tax breaks! Expenses like cleaning, maintenance, insurance, and utilities can usually be deducted. Be sure to check with your local government for more information on this.

  • Short-term rentals usually take on less wear and tear since most tenants only stay a maximum of 14 days. This saves you money on replacements, touch ups, and repairs.

  • Contribute to the local economy by owning a short-term rental! When people stay in a vacation home, they are more likely to visit local theme parks, restaurants, and more!

Long Term

Your Home as a Long-Term Residency

  • Short-term allows you to make more money since prices fluctuate depending on holidays and vacation seasons.

  • You can set minimum tenancy rates so that your renters have to stay for your alloted amount of time.

  • In moments when you have no tenants, you can use your home for your own family vacations – this saves both money and time!

  • Owners of short-term rentals get more tax breaks! Expenses like cleaning, maintenance, insurance, and utilities can usually be deducted. Be sure to check with your local government for more information on this.

  • Short-term rentals usually take on less wear and tear since most tenants only stay a maximum of 14 days. This saves you money on replacements, touch ups, and repairs.

  • Contribute to the local economy by owning a short-term rental! When people stay in a vacation home, they are more likely to visit local theme parks, restaurants, and more!