Tropical Storm Eta: Be Prepared.

With Tropical Storm Eta projected to impact Florida’s west coast this week, residents should expect heavy rains, tropical storm force winds, and potential storm surges. At this time, forecasters are still uncertain on the exact track and intensity of the storm although, a storm can quickly change patterns, so it is important to be prepared. Below are some tips to help prepare for the upcoming storm. Continue reading “Tropical Storm Eta: Be Prepared.”

How to Move Safely in the Era of Coronavirus

Moving is already stressful; from movers, to cleaners, to security deposits, the pandemic has only increased this stress. With 32% of Americans not making a full, on time housing payment in July according to Apartment List, many are looking to relocate. Beyond money, proximity to loved ones, densely populated areas, etc. have pushed people to make the move in these interesting times. Continue reading “How to Move Safely in the Era of Coronavirus”

How Has Politics Infiltrated Real Estate?

While most landlords expect politics to involve their properties with taxes, zoning, etc… Most do not realize the political affiliations of a community can be a breaking point for potential tenants. Continue reading “How Has Politics Infiltrated Real Estate?”

Ryntal Property Management Promotes Andrea Sullivan to Accounting Manager

Ryntal Property Management, a leader in residential property management announced the promotion of Andrea Sullivan to Accounting Manager. Andrea will be responsible for Ryntal’s Accounting department, Financials and Tax Reporting. Continue reading “Ryntal Property Management Promotes Andrea Sullivan to Accounting Manager”

Employed Americans Have Been Saving Money During COVID-19

Stay at home orders, federal payouts, and recession fears pushed Americans to stockpile money. Continue reading “Employed Americans Have Been Saving Money During COVID-19”

Primary Election Day

One-third of Floridians typically vote by mail, although now due to COVID-19 these numbers are expected to at least double for the primary and general elections, which why residents of the Sunshine State now have the three voting options this year. Continue reading “Primary Election Day”

Back to School for Manatee County Students

Student’s returning today, will experience a classroom unlike any before. Rooms are stocked with hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies, rearranged to ensure that social distancing will be possible, and everyone will be wearing a mask. Learn what other changes are being made to help protect students, teachers, staff, and family this school year. Continue reading “Back to School for Manatee County Students”

Florida Eviction Ban Only Protects COVID-Impacted Renters

For the third time, Governor Ron DeSantis has extended the eviction moratorium but the latest extension protects only those that can prove a pandemic-created hardship has kept them from paying. Continue reading “Florida Eviction Ban Only Protects COVID-Impacted Renters”

Diversifying Your Real Estate Portfolio

Diversifying your investment portfolio is important for several reasons, including the potential to increase income and prevent any one source of loss from ruining you as an investor.   Continue reading “Diversifying Your Real Estate Portfolio”