Who is Orlando Property Manager Dennis Burgess?

Dennis Burgess is a residential Property Manager and licensed Florida Realtor.  He is currently working with Total Realty Corp. in DeLand, FL.

After more than 8 years as a Navy cryptologist, Dennis worked for a year on The White House’s National Economic Council before a number of software engineering positions at Convergys and BellSouth.  His first real estate and property management position followed, and he handled over 500 properties in his native Birmingham, Alabama.

Dennis has lived in the metro Orlando area (Apopka. FL) for nearly 7 years now- and homeowners from Winter Park to Winter Garden, Oviedo to Ocoee, Davenport to Deltona- as well as Clermont, Mascotte and Mt. Dora have trusted Dennis with managing their properties.  More importantly, though, YOU can trust Dennis Burgess to manage YOUR property!

If you’re a fellow Realtor with clients in need of professional property management for their investment property(ies), Dennis will do his level best to provide outstanding, responsive and attentive service to any clients you send his way.

If you’re a homeowner whose tried to sell your home for a while without success, give Dennis a call or send him an email for up-to-the-minute information on what your property might bring on the rental market.  At no cost or obligation to you, Dennis will provide you with both data and a bit of neighborhood insight that will allow you to make an informed decision as to whether renting out your property might be an attractive option for you.

If you’re considering the purchase of an investment property, give Dennis a call or send him an email for up-to-the-minute, no-obligation information on what that property might bring on the rental market.

Thank you kindly for your time, and for the opportunity to do business with you in the future.

God bless you.

Property Manager
Licensed Florida Realtor

Total Realty Corp
2683 S. Woodland Blvd.
DeLand, FL  32720


205-445-4755 cell/direct

386-734-5155 office

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