Property Management Fuquay Varina NC

Fuquay Varina Property Management

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Big Dog Property Management offers leasing and property management services for homes located throughout the Greater Raleigh NC Area, to include:  Apex, Cary, Clayton, Durham, Fuqua Varinay, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Raleigh, Wake Forest and Youngsville.

A Few Of The Things You Get With Our Fuquay Varina NC Property Management

  • Perform initial evaluation of your property
  • Collect security deposits and monthly rents
  • Conduct routing property evaluations
  • Provide 24 hours emergency service
  • Coordinate all work order requests
  • Pay your vendors
  • Provide you with monthly income (profit and loss) reports
  • Provide year end income reports and issue 1099
  • Provide you with online access to your account 24/7
  • Provide ACH payments to you

Why Hire the Big Dogs?


Big Dog Property Management strives being a forerunner on communication – communication with Landlords and communication with Tenants. For this process to operate efficiently, we must have open lines of communication with all parties involved.

Financial Accountability

Your financial reports are available to you 24/7 through our owner’s portal. You can see when money comes in, and when (and to whom) it goes out.

Regular Property Evaluations

We realize that we cannot efficiently manage your property by sitting behind a desk. We need to see what is going on at the property. Therefore, we have established in-house criteria for performing regular property evaluations.

Competitive Leasing & Management Fees

Our property management clients enjoy a low, 75% leasing fee, NO renewal fees, and a low, $95.00 monthly property management flat fee

No Setup or Marketing Fees

That’s right…None!

No Markups on Maintenance or Repair Invoices

When you engage Big Dog Property Management to be your property manager, we consider coordinating repairs as a part of our regular duties. We do not charge you extra for that.

Easy-Out Guarantee

Your initial agreement with us is for only 90 days. After that, it runs on a month-to-month basis with only a 30 day notice required to terminate.


Fuquay Springs and Varina had become major trading hubs for southern Wake County as well as neighboring Harnett and Johnston counties. Yet improvements to automobiles and area roads caused a decline in tourism at the springs. Rather than visiting the springs, residents in the region chose to visit the coast as travel times decreased. During this time, however, the tobacco industry continued to drive the area economy, with five warehouses, a cotton buyer, and fifteen stores established by the end of the 1920s. The shared emphasis on agricultural and industrial growth brought the towns to a shared vision, and as their residents worked, played, and attended church together, the towns merged into Fuquay-Varina in 1963.

Historic Downtown District In Fuquay-Varina

While development in the area today includes numerous residential communities and commercial sites along the major roadways into town, many of the older structures from its past remain within the town limits. The Victorian, Craftsman, and Colonial Revival homes constructed in the late 19th century and early 20th century are contributing structures to the Fuquay Springs Historic District, while the downtown shops and businesses are part of the Varina Commercial Historic District. Area landmarks located in these districts include the Ben-Wiley Hotel, the Ballentine-Spence House, and the Dr. Wiley S. Cozart House, built across the street from the springs by the original owner and proprietor of the Ben Wiley. The springs are now contained in a small park developed on the site in 1945 which was handed over to the town in 1998 to maintain as a historic park. Mr. Lexie McLean owned and operated McLean's Grocery on Academy Street for many years. Mr McLean was a community leader and considered a major factor in the growth and development of the Fuquay-Varina area. Mr. Edward N. Farnell was the principal of the Fuquay Spring High School from 1952 through 1967. Mr. Farnell was an important community leader and educator; many of his students went on to become community and state leaders.

From 1970 to 2000, the population more than doubled, growing from 3,576 residents to 7,898. The population more than doubled again between 2000 and 2010, growing to 17,937 at the 2010 census.  According to the NC State Data Center, Fuquay-Varina grew 23% from 2000 to 2003, making it the 26th fastest growing community in the state and the 11th fastest for those with populations over 5,000.

The mayor of Fuquay-Varina is John W. Byrne. Byrne's father was once a player for the New York Yankees. He has held office since 2001. Byrne was reelected in 2009 with 70% of the vote over Fuquay native Bob Gray. Byrne was reelected in 2011 with 67% of the vote over local businessman Michael Dorman. Byrne was reelected in 2013 with 64% of the vote over community member Beth Cassels.

Fuquay-Varina is also the former hometown of internet personalities Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, who moved their studio there in 2010, as well as Link who until then lived in Apex, North Carolina.

Source: Wikipedia

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