About Us


WELLINGTON ADVISORS is a premier Southeastern real estate service firm specializing in third- party property management. Our core belief is that “You Deserve Better” and we follow through on that belief by providing a uniquely unbiased approach that removes all conflicts of interest. Managing over 5,000 apartment units and 200,000 square feet of retail space, WELLINGTON ADVISORS’ regional property management delivers the expertise necessary to advise clients effectively, and the business model to allow clients to know that we really do treat their interests as our own.

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Join Our Team


If you’re the type of person that doesn’t settle for less, then WELLINGTON could be the perfect place for you. We take three things very seriously at WELLINGTON ADVISORS: Our client’s interests; our culture of hard work; and our commitment to hiring the best people to fulfill that agenda. We know how to have fun while we all strive to grow and advance in our careers. Every chosen team member is valued part of the whole, where we invest in training, education and internal advancement for all. And yes, our benefits package is impressive too. After all, You Deserve Better.

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What we do


Unlocking Potential

Our experience affords us vision for what can be, not just what is.

Maximizing Client Profits

We thrive in optimizing leasing and minimizing costs.

Protecting Investments

We always advocate what is in the client’s best interest.

Reporting The Results

Our regular transparent reporting provides unparalleled insight.

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Number of units managed

80,088

Number of residents

4,492,800

Number of miles traveled

336,960

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What they say about us


In the News


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