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?”

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”

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”

“Build for Rent” Trend is Hitting Florida

A surge in new home development across the U.S. has developers and investors looking to cash in on the trend of “Build for Rent” housing. Continue reading ““Build for Rent” Trend is Hitting Florida”

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”

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”

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”