MetroWest Annual Tenant Screening

The MetroWest Master Association requires annual screening of all tenants living in communities who are not certified “crime free.”

What does this mean? It means that tenants wishing to renew their leases, must undergo annual screenings for criminal activity before signing a new lease. This applies to residents of condos, apartments and single family homes alike.

While this may seem inconvenient, the practice is key to keeping MetroWest a safe place to live and work.

Metro Screening has now made this convenient and affordable. Tenants can simply go to on their mobile devices and upload their information, including a copy of their driving license. The process can be completed in less than five minutes. The cost? Just $12 – and some landlords may even let you deduct this from your next rent payment. The report is then sent directly to your property manager or HOA.

More good news: When you use Metro Screening app for your annual screening, your credit will not be run, meaning that no inquiry will be recorded. Not even a soft inquiry will show.

Problem solved!

Madison Final Countdown

In October 2009 when Community Association Manager, Michael Molineaux joined the Madison at MetroWest, 254 of the 364 home owners were in some form of delinquency. Today, Michael is focused on the final 10 remaining units still owing money to the Association.


Channel 13 News Visits MetroWest

Just recently, Channel 13 News visited our community to highlight some of the momentum seen recently here in MetroWest.
See the clip here.
MetroWest Wins Orlando’s City Beautiful Award
MetroWest has been announced as the winner of Orlando’s City Beautiful Award for District 6. Come join us as the community is honored by Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 6 Commissioner Samuel Ings at a City of Orlando Council meeting on January 14, 2012 at 2:00 p.m.

MetroWest Wins 2 Awards

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MetroWest Nationally Recognized for National Night Out Event

MetroWest wins All-Star Award from National Association of Town Watch

ORLANDO, Fla. (December 12, 2012) – MetroWest Master Association announces today they are recipients of the National Association of Town Watch’s (NATW) All-Star Award for their National Night Out (NNO) event held in August 2012. This award comes on the heels of MetroWest’s recognition as the recipient of The City of Orlando’s City Beautiful Award for District 6.

“We are extremely pleased to be nationally recognized for our National Night Out event,” says Stina D’Uva, MetroWest Master Association board president and resident of 23 years. “It’s nice to be rewarded for the great initiatives in our community. Celebrating two awards, in just a matter of days, confirms MetroWest is thriving and is one of the best places to live, work and play in Central Florida. The City Beautiful Award given by the City of Orlando recognizes MetroWest for the beauty of our community and the NATW All-Star Award highlights our community’s close-knit identity. What a great place to be.”

The NATW All-Star award is based on seven qualifications including the overall campaign strategy, community participation, law enforcement involvement, media and promotional campaigning, special events, post project reports and theme. MetroWest’s NNO event was themed “Kicking Out Crime” and featured the students at Victory Martial Arts. The event hosted more than 700 people to enjoy music, games, food and to celebrate a safe and strong community.

 About MetroWest

MetroWest, developed in 1985, is one of Orlando’s first master-planned communities and features award-winning landscaping and MetroWest Golf Club, as well as all “A” public schools, Valencia College campus and convenient access to both I-4 and 408 from the West side of Orlando. MetroWest offers a community lifestyle with neighborhood businesses and outdoor recreation options. The diverse community is complemented by a range of living options, from single-family homes of all sizes to apartments and condominiums. For more information, please visit