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11 11, 2020

Amendment 5 and Florida Real Estate

2020-11-11T22:20:11-05:00By |Legal Advice, Property Management|

In addition to choosing who will get the job of U.S. President for the next four years, the November 2020 election also includes some items of local interest that pertain to Florida property owners. One of these – Amendment 5 – has to do with the state constitution. This amendment to the Florida constitution would [...]

4 11, 2020

Items to Consider with Senior Citizen Tenants

2020-11-04T12:49:11-05:00By |Legal Advice|

Florida has long been known as a great place to retire, or even to live temporarily during the cold winter months up north. So, it is possible that you could have seniors residing in your rental unit(s). If so, there are some important factors to consider both before you sign a lease with a senior [...]

26 08, 2020

Who is Impacted by the Latest Eviction Moratorium in Florida?

2020-10-08T11:37:03-04:00By |Landlord Advice, Legal Advice, Regulations|

With the comeback of Coronavirus cases in the U.S. over the past few weeks, many businesses have had to again revise their re-opening plans (if they are even able to open back up at all). These updates include rental property owners in the Sunshine State. In the latest pandemic-related eviction moratorium – which extends to September [...]

20 05, 2020

How to Get Rid of Bad Tenants – Even During the Coronavirus Eviction Moratorium

2020-05-20T13:05:55-04:00By |Landlord Advice, Legal Advice|

Eviction Moratorium For over a month now, Florida landlords (along with rental property owners across the U.S.) have not been allowed to evict tenants for non-payment of rent due to the COVID-19 crisis. This, in turn, can make it difficult for real estate investors to pay any expenses that they have regarding their property(ies), such [...]

25 03, 2020

When to Take Legal Action Against Your Tenant(s)…And When to Just Let It Go

2020-03-25T13:31:53-04:00By |Legal Advice, Orlando Landlord Tips|

After a recent story has surfaced in the Orlando Sentinel about a Volusia woman being arrested for “throwing a bucket of human feces at her landlord,” it may leave residential rental property owners wondering when legal action against a tenant is necessary, and when to just let things go, waiting for the lease to end [...]

18 09, 2019

What Florida Landlords Must Let Tenants Know

2019-10-30T22:01:57-04:00By |Legal Advice|

As the owner of residential rental property, communication can be key to having a positive landlord / tenant relationship. But, while you may be providing your renters with some important information, under the Florida landlords-tenant law, there are several items that your tenant(s) have the right to know and understand. These include: Rent Amount – [...]