Invitation Homes Creates New Video Promoting Home Rentals in Orlando

Video Highlighting Benefits of Renting a House From Invitation Homes in Orlando

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) January 30, 2014

Invitation Homes, the nation’s leading provider of high-quality rental homes, has created a video promoting homes for rent in the Orlando, Florida, area.

The video highlights the features of renting from Invitation Homes, including a wide selection of properties, beautifully renovated spaces, top-level property management, 24/7 emergency maintenance, a pet-friendly environment and an easy-to-use online payment system.

The video can be viewed by typing “Invitation Homes Orlando” into the YouTube search bar.

Invitation Homes offers single-family houses for rent in desirable neighborhoods in Orlando and other Central Florida cities, including properties in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, Lake and Brevard Counties.

To search for a home in the Orlando area, prospective renters can go online to and click on the menu under “Find A New Home.” All available homes are visible on a Google map and searchable by the monthly rental price, number of bedrooms and number of bathrooms.

“We want to make it easy for people to find a home in the Orlando area that perfectly matches their needs, from the location to the monthly payments,” said Andrew Gallina, Invitation Homes Spokesperson. “Invitation Homes is focused on delivering first-class service and an outstanding rental experience for residents.”

About Invitation Homes

Founded in 2012, Invitation Homes leases single family homes in 14 regions across the country. Since it began, Invitation Homes has purchased more than 40,000 houses, making it the leading company offering single-family homes for rent in the U.S. Based in Dallas, Texas, Invitation Homes offers a high-quality rental experience that includes professional property management, 24/7 emergency maintenance, an online portal for rent payment and a friendly policy toward pets. For more information, visit


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