Our broker Todd Breen co-founded the company in 1985! We were the first computerized real estate management company in Palm Beach County, and our broker has led the market with several other firsts. A pioneer in the industry, Todd serves as Chair of the Florida Association of Residential Property Managers. An instructor with the Property Management Academy, Todd has taught hundreds of students at Realtor Associations all over Florida!
Most recently, Todd has begun teaching the creative use of videos to market and inspect real estate. Be sure to visit Virtually Incredible to learn how our firm is helping to change the direction of real estate video marketing!
About Palm Beach County
Palm Beach County is the largest county in the state of Florida in area. As of 2007, the rapidly-growing county’s estimated population was 1,351,236, making it the third most populous in the state and the twenty ninth most populous in the United States. Over 40 percent of the county’s population lives in unincorporated areas near the Atlantic coast.
Palm Beach County is one of three counties comprising the South Florida metropolitan area, and having been formed in 1909, is the area’s second oldest. Its largest city and county seat is West Palm Beach (Central County), which has an incorporated population of over 105,000 and an unincorporated population of 250,000. Boca Raton (South County), is the second largest, having a population approaching 90,000. Boynton Beach (South County), is the third largest city, with a population nearing 70,000 residents..
With wealthy coastal towns such as Palm Beach, Jupiter, Manalapan, and Boca Raton within its limits, as well as equestrian mecca Wellington and golfing haven Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach County is Florida’s wealthiest county, with a per capita personal income of $52,807 as of 2008.