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How To Avoid Tenant Disputes Over Wear and Tear

System - Thursday, April 21, 2022
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As a landlord in Riviera Beach, FL, you should want to make sure that you are doing everything in your power to avoid tenant disputes over wear and tear. These disputes can be costly and time-consuming, and they can also damage your relationship with your tenants.As a landlord, you are responsible for ensuring that the rental property you...

When Can a Tenant Sue You? Guide to Help Property Owners to Stay Out of Court

System - Tuesday, February 8, 2022
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Investing in a rental property is a great decision and a smart way to earn passive income, but it also comes with some things you need to be aware of. When you own an investment property, you have certain responsibilities you must uphold to ensure your tenants are treated fairly and that you, as the owner of the rental unit, avoid gettin...

9 Eviction Mistakes Palm Beach Landlords Should Avoid at All Costs

System - Monday, December 20, 2021
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In the chaotic world of real estate, there is one word that makes landlords in Palm Beach shudder – eviction.An eviction is when a landlord must remove their tenant from their property through a legal process due to the tenant breaching the lease. It is expensive, time-consuming, and stressful for more landlords and tenants.It defi...

5 Steps Landlords Take When They Get a Negative Online Review

Todd Breen - Monday, October 11, 2021
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Landlords in West Palm Beach know just how important their reputation is in the real estate industry. Word of mouth carries bad tales about landlord-tenant experiences wide and far, especially with the rising popularity of online review sites. It’s more important than ever that a landlord receives positive online reviews from ...

Perfect Ways to Increase Rent in Palm Beach

Todd Breen - Thursday, August 12, 2021
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Increasing rent in Palm Beach can be tricky for landlords to navigate, especially when your tenants have been nothing short of perfect. Sometimes, though, external factors come into play that make it impossible to maintain the current rental rate without losing your own necessary income as a landlord. As the Palm Beach market becomes mor...

15 Questions to Ask a Palm Beach Property Manager Before Hiring Them

Todd Breen - Monday, June 28, 2021
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Owning a Palm Beach rental property can be a lot of work if you’re doing it all on your own. After all, there are tenant screenings, rent collections, and property inspections to do. And don’t forget maintenance and repairs, record keeping, and so much more.If you’re ready to hand over the duties that come with being a l...

Your Guide to Allowing E-Cigarettes in Your Non-Smoking Florida Rental

Todd Breen - Friday, April 30, 2021
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Though the use of cigarettes is down, another new trend has taken over: e-cigarettes. 1 out of every 3 Americans claims to vape daily. That’s why it is important to think about how this will affect your tenant pool and lease agreements. After all, a no smoking policy is normal to see in a lease.But should you be flexible and allow e...

Can Home Property Management Take Care of My Property Even if I Live Out of the Area?

Todd Breen - Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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If you have been trying to self-manage a property from another state, you know how challenging it can be to take care of the day to day operations required. Hiring a local property manager can save you time, headaches, and money.Remote real estate investingWhen remotely investing in real estate, consider hiring a local management company ...

Pros and Cons of Buying a Turnkey Rental Property

Todd Breen - Monday, March 29, 2021
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Whether you’re new to investing in real estate or are a seasoned pro, it’s likely you’ve wondered whether to buy a turnkey property or not. After all, when the housing market is hot, investors often find themselves priced out of their local markets.Rather than give up on your dream of owning a rental property altogether,...

Why Landlords Should Require Their Tenants to Give More Than a 30-Day Notice to Vacate

Todd Breen - Tuesday, March 23, 2021
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A standard lease requires a tenant to give a 30-day notice once they know they are not going to renew. At Home Property Management we require a 60-day notice.  Sixty days gives us the necessary time to advertise, screen the tenant, get HOA approval, clean the property, and move them in with minimal vacancy time.Every day your rental ...

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