Vacancies are part of managing a rental place in Florida. A tenant may have ended a lease early or have decided not to sign a lease renewal.

You could have evicted a renter who was delinquent in paying the rent. So now, you are looking at an empty rental unit.

After thinking it over and decid...

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Not all of us are equipped with the right information or have full data access when we invest in a property. We may not even have done a full forecast of the returns we will be earning.

But even if investing can be a challenging venture, you can still learn how to evaluate your planned investment...

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As a landlord, one of the most important things you can do is to create a welcoming environment for your new tenants. Their first impression of their new home can significantly impact their overall experience and satisfaction with living on your investment property.

Plus, a well-received welcom...

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Growing a rental portfolio is a strategic way to increase wealth and secure financial stability. For many landlords, the thought of expanding their portfolio can be both exciting and daunting.

However, it is easily achievable with careful planning, market understanding, and a proactive approach....

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On March 27th, 2024, Governor Ron DeSantis signed the “Property Rights” bill (HB621) into law in Central Florida. The new law aims to address the squatter problem in Florida, which has become prevalent in the state.

The Governor emphasized that Americans have the right to own their properties wit...

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