CARROLL property management company continues to lead in the highly competitive real estate industry of Southeastern United States. Under the guidance of CEO M Patrick Carroll, the company recently acquired The Avenue apartment homes in Florida, launching its 2021 Q3 activity. The property is in Orlando and boasts a 522-unit family housing community. CARROLL now has over 2,500 units in Orlando after this purchase.
Addressing investors at a real estate event, M Patrick Carroll noted the advantages of the Orlando metropolitan market. He attributes the growth to a thriving economic climate that has expanded past its tourist beginnings, thanks to highly competent personnel and growing industry.
The acquisition by CARROLL marks a strategic investment in the rapidly growing Orlando metropolitan region. In the area, entertainment joints and retail venues are all easily accessible to homeowners. CARROLL will rehabilitate the community’s facilities and refurbish the layouts of the apartments. The revamped community will be rebranded ARIUM Lakeview, a subsidy of CARROLL’s “ARIUM” brand.
M Patrick Carroll founded that the CARROLL organization in 2004 and is the current CEO. Before venturing into real estate, Carroll worked for some time as a clothing representative in Atlanta. He joined the real estate industry as a 24-year-old full of ambition.
Carroll’s first investments in the Southeastern United States’ property market were in Georgia and Florida. His brand has grown and today features prominently in high-profile real estate deals. M Patrick Carroll applies his knowledge and experience in the property market to create profit for his investors.
The CARROLL group is a private property investment company based in Atlanta, Georgia. It prioritizes investing in multifamily communities. It also offers other services like fund management. When identifying future investments, CARROLL researches undervalued properties and analyzes market trends to figure out the future response by market players. It often takes opportunities in sidelined and ignored areas.