Perdido Properties provides vacation rental management services

With the new year in full swing, the omicron variant continues to cast a shadow of uncertainty as new developments come to light. But despite the challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic, one thing is certain: 2022 is expected to be a big year for travel and tourism in Escambia and Santa Rosa County.

Especially in Perdido Key.

“This is an area that will see significant growth,” said Adam Stergion, owner of Perdido Properties. “It’s already happening.”

According to the 2020 census, there are almost 13,000 homes. Of those units, tenants occupy more than 40% of them.

“If you own a vacation rental and put it into the hands of a property management company, they can manage hundreds or thousands of other rental units,” Stergion said. “Everyone is being bought out by national companies. Now it’s more important than ever to bring it back to a more personal touch.”

While Stergion and his business partner, Cristian Garcia, focus their efforts strictly on Perdido Key, they are also turning to national stock exchange platforms and using their website to expand their digital footprint.

“Our properties are listed on Airbnb, VRBO,, and hostaway,” says Garcia. “We are also implementing integrated software to ensure there are no double bookings.”

Perdido Properties is a new property management company that also offers maintenance, cleaning, cleaning and renovation services.

Garcia, who currently studies finance at the University of West Florida, is the numbers cruncher of the dynamic duo. With combined experience in housekeeping, property management and renovations, Garcia and Stergion can also offer maintenance, housekeeping, cleaning and renovation to their portfolio of services.

“These properties can get a bit beat up with constant rental traffic,” Stergion said. “It’s important to put that extra love and attention into them on a regular basis.”

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