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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 [...]

5 08, 2020

Just How Bad Can the Coronavirus Crisis Get for Florida Landlords?

2020-08-05T13:30:18-04:00By |Landlord Advice, Property Management|

With the resurgence of Coronavirus cases in the Sunshine State over the past few weeks, the financial impact is widening, too. In fact, according to the Household Pulse Survey from the United States Census Bureau, more than one-third of adults in Florida reported that they missed their June rent or mortgage payment and/or will not [...]

22 04, 2020

How to Show Rental Property During the COVID-19/Coronavirus Crisis

2020-04-21T21:01:14-04:00By |Advice, Property Management|

While most of the country is staying home to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 (coronavirus), others need to continue conducting business as usual – and this includes rental property owners and landlords. So, how can you safely show rental property in Florida to prospective tenants during these challenging times, while still maintaining social [...]

11 03, 2020

How Passive is Your Rental Income?

2020-03-11T16:10:05-04:00By |Property Management|

If you’ve ever watched the late night informercial “gurus,” at one time or another you have likely run across some that tout how “easy” it is to find and buy property, locate the right tenant(s), and then sit back and let the “passive” income roll in. Yet, while the actual process of owning rental real [...]

22 01, 2020

The Real Benefits of Hiring a Property Manager

2020-02-16T20:25:54-05:00By |Property Management|

Depending on how many rental properties you own, collecting rent payments, dealing with repairs, and marketing units to new potential tenants can literally be a full-time job – and it is definitely one where you’re on the clock 24/7 as versus just from 9:00 to 5:00! So, if your real estate investment business is running you [...]