The inspection of a rental property is an essential part of property management services. In order to conduct the inspection, a landlord needs access to the rental unit to assess its internal and external conditions.

If you would like to know how often inspections should be carried out and how t...

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Once the landlord-tenant relationship is established, tenants obtain certain rights. One such right is contained in the federal law and is the Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment.

This is a foundational concept that is built in every lease or rental agreement. And, it exists regardless of whether...

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Are you fortunate enough to own property other than your primary residence? If so, you should certainly consider converting one of your properties into rental units and becoming a landlord.

While converting your home into a rental property requires careful planning, it can be a simple and enjoy...

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Finding the right tenant and then keeping them happy is a great way to keep your rental property running smoothly.

So, we at Gifford Property Management have collated these tips on keeping your renters happy and their rights intact, giving you the best chance to turn your real estate venture...

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No law in Florida requires landlords to ask a security deposit from their tenants. It’s entirely optional. But still, most landlords require a security deposit before a tenant can sign the lease agreement.

But why? A security deposit acts as a safety net against potential liabilities that can ar...

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