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COMPREHENSIVE TENANT SCREENING
Our Tenant screening services include:
- National Credit Check
- National Criminal
- Employment Verification
- Comprehensive Accounting
These services are available for online inspections by rental verification.
I would avail myself of your company's property management services again. Paielli did a superb job of selecting tenants for my rental home. The experience was painless for me. I live out of state which can be difficult at best with managing rental properties. Paielli made the process worry free. I was confident that my home and new tenants were not only a good match but well taken care of without my intervention.
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FLORENCE AREA INFORMATION
Florence was established in 1866 by Colonel Levi Ruggles, who moved to Arizona after the Civil War as an Indian Agent. He later served as a Territorial Legislator and helped establish Pinal as the state’s fifth county. Agriculture was the major economic base until Florence became the government seat of Pinal Couty Courthousethe newly formed Pinal County and silver was discovered at the Sailver King Mine in 1875. Over the ensuing years, Florence played an important role as a regional administrative center. All federal land transactions for Southern Arizona were conducted in Florence until the Federal Land Office moved to Tucson in 1881. An early and prominent figure in Florence’s history was Charles D. Poston, known as the Father of Arizona. Poston encouraged Congress to create the Arizona Territory and was the territory’s first elected delegate to Congress.
Another milestone in Florence’s history was the canal boom in the 1880s which enabled water from the Gila River to be diverted for irrigation. Over time, farming and ranching again played a major role in Florence’s economy. The Florence Junior Parada began in 1932 when local ranchers held the rodeo to raise money for the Children’s Milk Fund. Today, the Florence Junior Parada is the oldest sanctioned youth rodeo in the world.
The Arizona State Prison moved to Florence in 1908 replacing the Territorial Prison in Yuma. Inmates travelled from Yuma by train to build the prison and lived in the surrounding desert during its construction. The oldest buildings at the prison complex are the Administration Building built in 1928 and Cellblock Two (CB-2) which was completed in 1930. The gates leading into the Central Unit were brought to Florence from the Yuma Territorial Prison.
Through its history, Florence’s architecture evolved from rustic Sonoran adobe brick buildings to the Modern Movement. Florence is noted for its collection of adobe buildings, the earliest dating back to 1868. All of the architectural styles that existed in Territorial Arizona can be found along the streets of Florence today. The most spectacular landmark in Florence is the 1891 Pinal County Courthouse. The 1891 Courthouse is an excellent example of American Victorian architecture which reflected the County Supervisors' commitment to continued growth and prosperity in Pinal County.