Do you want to learn more about the eviction proccess in Florida? Just like elsewhere in the country, Florida landlords have a right to evict their tenants for certain reasons including nonpayment of rent and violation of the lease/ rental agreement. You must however follow Florida’s legal eviction...

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The 1031 Exchange takes its name from Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Service code. Section 1031 allows for a taxpayer to suspend the recognition of capital gains and/or related federal income tax liability onto the exchange of property. When done successfully, a 1031 Exchange can allow inves...

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What are Squatter’s Rights in Florida?

Just like every other person in the country, squatters have rights. Squatters’ rights are a form of Adverse Possession. Florida squatter law says that if someone occupies your property for a certain period of time, they may be able to own it.

So, as a home...

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Inspecting your rental property will ensure that it remains in top condition and compliant with habitability standards. Safety standards are designed to check whether your investment property meets all your tenant's needs. These are required by both local and state laws and landlords must comply wit...

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Virtual viewings and tours have replaced physical showcasing. This is great news to those looking to rent out threat properties because it means reaching a wider pool of prospective tenants. These video tours are a great marketing tool to have in addition to in-person showings.

Despite what many p...

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