Vacation Rentals Approved in Sarasota and Manatee Counties

After nearly two months of Governor DeSantis’s executive order suspending vacation rentals, Manatee and Sarasota counties received approval to reopen short term rentals. Vacation rentals standards and guidelines have changed to align directly with the Governor’s Safe. Smart. Step-By-Step Plan for Reopening Florida to keep not only the visitors safe, but the rental owners, and hospitality staff as well.  Continue reading “Vacation Rentals Approved in Sarasota and Manatee Counties”

Moving During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Pandemic or not, moving is never easy. With more restrictions and new guidelines, many may attempt to reschedule their move, but for some delaying their move in is not an option. We suggest taking these things into consideration while in the process of relocating during these difficult times. Continue reading “Moving During The COVID-19 Pandemic”

2020 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday

Floridians can take advantage of the one-week tax break which begins on May 29 and covers sale taxes on storm prep items such as radios, batteries, generators, and more. With hurricane season starting June 1st, it is the perfect time to start planning and getting stocked up on essential items. Continue reading “2020 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday”

Got Flood Insurance? Hurricane Season Starts June 1st

With hurricane season right around the corner its time to get prepared. Only 22% of Floridians have flood insurance.  Continue reading “Got Flood Insurance? Hurricane Season Starts June 1st”

Tips to Stay Safe While Venturing Out During Covid-19

Now that Florida has the go ahead to start opening nonessential businesses, it is more important than ever to do what you can to stay healthy. It is suggested to stay home when possible but if you must go out, we have some great tips for social distancing in public spaces. Continue reading “Tips to Stay Safe While Venturing Out During Covid-19”

Are Businesses at Risk If They Reopen

Companies are looking towards Congress to protect them from potential lawsuits if customers or employees become infected when they reopen. Continue reading “Are Businesses at Risk If They Reopen”

Reopening the State: Phase 1

After a month of Florida’s “safer at home” order, the Governor has announced a step by step plan for Florida’s recovery. The Re-Open Florida Task Force has worked closely with physicians, health care executives, small business owners, law enforcement, elected officials and others while creating and outlining the guidelines for reopening the state. Continue reading “Reopening the State: Phase 1”

Opportunities for Investors Amidst The Coronavirus

There may be opportunities for investors in the housing market during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading “Opportunities for Investors Amidst The Coronavirus”

Not The Typical Tax Day

Breathe easy if you haven’t finished filing your 2019 taxes yet. On March 21, 2020 the IRS announced that the federal tax filling due date has been extended to July 15, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Not The Typical Tax Day”

Tips for Budgeting During COVID-19

Many families live paycheck to paycheck and are running low on cash as they wait for unemployment and government checks to arrive. Ryntal Property Management has some beneficial tips to help effectively budget your money during these difficult times. Continue reading “Tips for Budgeting During COVID-19”