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How to Handle Different Types of Water Damage in your Rental Property

Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Property Management Blog

When you have water damage in your Rental Property, a good restoration company can assist you in getting everything back to normal. Understanding the different types of water damage can help you pick a business with the correct skills. Also, understand how the degree of the damage affects the cost and time it takes to restore it. Knowi...

Can You Sell An Investment Property With Tenants Still Living In It?

Monday, April 25, 2022
Property Management Blog

Are you planning to sell your rental property while it is still occupied by a tenant? If that's the case, you're already aware that dealing with tenants is a difficult task. Selling your rental home while it is occupied adds to the already complicated process.

But, can you sell a rental property with tenants living in it?...

Are Tenants Really Required To Be Vaccinated?

Saturday, April 23, 2022
Property Management Blog

An Overview of the Tenant Vaccine Issue in Florida

When the coronavirus outbreak hit the United States in 2020, going anywhere without fear of acquiring the illness was practically impossible. There was a potential of running across someone who had the virus everywhere you went. From grocery stores to restaurants. It could even...

10 Safest Cities in Florida for 2022

Thursday, April 21, 2022
Property Management Blog

Before relocating to Florida, make sure you choose the safest city possible—especially if you plan to raise a family. So, which cities in Florida are the safest? Let's have a look at it.

How to read our graphs: the crime and law enforcement employee figures are per 1,000 residents each year.

1. Satellite Beach More...

6 Best Neighborhoods to Live In Orlando

Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Property Management Blog

So you've made a decision to move to what is quickly becoming one of the best areas to live in the United States. But, where should you live? Based on security, culture, education quality, and entertainment, here are the top 6 regions to consider when moving to Orlando. When looking for places to settle, don't forget to take ad...

Why Do Florida Condo Buildings Collapse Into The Sand?

Friday, April 15, 2022
Property Management Blog

According to some engineers who investigated the collapse of a 13-story condo property management tower in Florida, the collapse looked to have started towards the bottom of the structure.

Experts who have analyzed video footage of the disaster outside Florida are focu...

Orlando Real Estate Market: Prices, Trends, Forecasts 2022

Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Property Management Blog

We'll go over the most recent Orlando real estate market trends and forecasts to see how they might affect purchasers and sellers in the coming year. Orlando property prices are expected to remain strong in 2022. This is due to limited availability and buyers returning to the market after being cautious following the emergence of t...

Top 4 Rental Properties Summer Landscaping Tips

Sunday, March 20, 2022
Property Management Blog

Summer is here, and we don't think there's a better time for the tenants to get out there and enjoy the sunshine than now. And property owners with a yard, patio, or porch have to maintain their landscape so it looks great. It's simple and affordable to manage if done correctly.

Here are some basic summer landscaping ...

How to Get Rid Of Mold in Your Rental: Remediation for Landlords

Friday, March 18, 2022
Property Management Blog

Mold is a severe concern because it's difficult to detect, expensive to eradicate, and can harm the tenants' health. The implied assurance of habitability, as defined under landlord-tenant regulations, compels landlords to keep their rental homes free of health dangers. As a result, it's critical to identify and address mol...

Should I Allow My Tenants to Paint my Rental Property?

Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Property Management Blog

Tenants are often not easy to handle. Different tenants have different demands and need. When they rent a house, they wish to make it a place where they can be at comfort. Making a place feel like a home needs a personal touch. For example, painting the wall with their favorite color. 

Allowing tenants to decorate or paint t...


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