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Saturday, May 15, 2021

How To Sell A Tenant Occupied Property? | What Landlords Need To Know.
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We all know the real estate market is on fire, and as a landlord that owns a rental property, you may want to cash in on this hot sales market. If you're going to sell your tenant-occupied rental property, you must know and understand what to expect and how to sell your rental property.Tenant-occupied rental homes are much harder to s...

Friday, May 7, 2021

Understanding Landlord Responsibilities in Case of Water Damage in a Rental Property
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When it comes to rental properties, figuring out who is responsible for water damage restoration in Orlando can be complicated. While the tenant lives in the property, the landlord remains its lawful owner. Water damage may result from several reasons such as; plumbing issues, water overflow, roof leaks, pipe bursts, and more. Whethe...

Sunday, May 2, 2021

How to Tell if an Orlando Neighborhood Is a Good Investment? - Orlando Property Management Advice
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As an Orlando landlord, you may have fallen into owning a rental property by chance rather than choice. As a professional property manager, I highly recommend owning as much rental property as possible. If you are a seasoned rental property investor, you know all the benefits of owning a rental property in Orlando.Whether your rental prop...

Thursday, April 29, 2021

How to Rent Out Your House in Orlando FL
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If you want to made additional income, becoming a landlord can be a great choice as long as you have all your ducks in a row. The extra income can bolster your savings or help you pay down debt.Of course, different people will have different motives for investing in real estate. Regardless of your motives or goals, you’ll have to ma...

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Breaking a Lease in Florida
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A lease is a binding agreement that stipulates the terms of a relationship between a landlord and a tenant. Breaking a lease can have serious consequences for tenants. However, there are also some valid and acceptable reasons to break a lease for your renters. Change is inevitable and certain opportunities can arise out of the blue. ...

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Florida's Best Cities to Buy a Rental Property | Where Should You Invest?
If you are a real estate investor, you've likely considered investing in a rental property here in the State of Florida. All eyes are on the sunshine state as rental property investments continue to look ever attractive. As residents from around the nation flock to Florida, rental rates continue to soar.Florida is experiencing a trife...

Monday, April 5, 2021

Different Types of Rental Properties In Orlando, Florida | Property Management Education
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As a real estate investor, aspiring rental property owner, or landlord in Orlando, Florida, you've likely seen many different rental property asset types. If you're a seasoned real estate vet, you've probably debated with your peers which property type you like the best and which you believe in producing the most amount of inc...

Monday, March 22, 2021

Orlando, Florida Security Deposit Laws
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Orlando landlords can require that tenants pay a security deposit before they can sign the lease agreement. A damage deposit is always refundable back to the tenant once the lease ends, either partially or in full. Landlords require tenants to pay a security deposit for various reasons. These reasons include to shield the landlord ag...

Saturday, March 6, 2021

Build-To-Rent Homes In Orlando | The Future of Orlando Rentals?
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We see a trend and a new way of real estate investing in the Orlando and Central Florida Market. Rental property owners and investors seek rental housing that will continue to shape and form a new way of investing in rental properties. This unique rental housing trend is called Build-To-Rent, and it may be the future of rental properties ...

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Orlando, Florida Landlord-Tenant Law
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Florida is home to one of the largest renter populations in the country. Out of the 19 million Florida residents, nearly 3 million live in rented homes. This means that over 13% of the state’s population are renters. And the figure is much higher in Orlando. According to the 2019 Census ACS data, almost 40 percent of Orlando re...

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