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Blog Post Guest Screening 101: A How-to Guide for Rental Owners in SW Florida

Guest Screening 101: A How-to Guide for Rental Owners in SW Florida

Having a rental property in southwest Florida can be a real moneymaker, but it can also have its woes.In any given year, about 14 million people stay in vacation rental homes in Florida. Turning your 2nd home into a vacation rental is a great way to make money on a property ...
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Blog Post The Advantages of Vacation Rental Management for Your Gulf Coast Property

The Advantages of Vacation Rental Management for Your Gulf Coast Property

Owning a vacation property on the gulf coast is a dream for many Americans.As fortunate as you've been to scoop up an amazing oceanside property, you probably won't be there for most of the year. If you're wondering how you can make a profit off of your gulf coast pro...
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Blog Post Insurance or Security Deposits: 3 Things Property Managers Should Know

Insurance or Security Deposits: 3 Things Property Managers Should Know

As over two-thirds of all households are rental properties, you must try to understand how security deposits work. If you do not know, you might make a mistake that could cost you hundreds, or even thousands, in the long run. So, it is time that you started learning if you are ab...
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Blog Post Rental Property Management: Guest Experience, Compensation and Reviews

Rental Property Management: Guest Experience, Compensation and Reviews

If you manage a vacation rental property, you know how important reviews are to draw guests in.The key to getting good reviews is to offer as good of a guest experience as possible, but how do you do that?Knowing how to cater to your guests' experience may seem convoluted, bu...
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Blog Post Essential Vacation Rental Maintenance for Your Investment Property

Essential Vacation Rental Maintenance for Your Investment Property

Vacation rentals are a huge part of the Florida economy. In fact, Florida investment properties used as vacation rentals add about $46 million each day. This also means that if you own investment properties, you need to make sure they are rentals where people want to stay again.I...
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Blog Post Property Management in Florida: Should I Use a Home Warranty?

Property Management in Florida: Should I Use a Home Warranty?

With a population of over 22 million, Florida remains one of the most populated states in the U.S. If you're someone looking to invest in Florida properties, you might consider getting a home warranty.But what is a home warranty? Why is it such a crucial part of property mana...
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Blog Post How to Choose the Best Property Management Company in Southwest Florida

How to Choose the Best Property Management Company in Southwest Florida

Having an investment property is a dream for many. It's an investment vehicle that leads to passive income and can be quite lucrative when you invest in areas like southwest Florida. The numbers show that Florida had nearly 30 million visitors in a single quarter. It'...
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Blog Post A Quick Guide For Landlords: How to Handle Evictions

A Quick Guide For Landlords: How to Handle Evictions

No one wants to put another human being out on the street with no home to live in. However, many tenants give landlords no choice but to evict them.If you're a landlord handling evictions, you fully understand the angst you undergo before you finally decide to begin the evict...
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Blog Post Should You Allow Pets in a Rental Property? What You Need to Know

Should You Allow Pets in a Rental Property? What You Need to Know

Statistics reveal that 70% of US households own a pet. Although the majority of households own pets, a large percentage of landlords don't allow pets.As a landlord, the thought of your tenants bringing pets along with them into your rental units might soun...
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Blog Post How to Become a Section 8 Landlord

How to Become a Section 8 Landlord

Millions of Americans live in Section 8 housing, making it one of the most important housing programs in the U.S. That means Section 8 landlords are still in demand, and it looks like that'll continue for years.But what do you need to know before becoming a Section 8 landlord...
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