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?”

Temperature Screenings at the Workplace

Workplace temperature screening has become popular as employers across the globe are faced with the need to reduce the spread of COVID-19.  While it is a change from normalcy, this measure, along with face masks, hand-washing, and social distancing is intended to protect the health of both the workforce and the public. Continue reading “Temperature Screenings at the Workplace”

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”

The Importance of Washing Your Hands

One of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs is to wash our hands. Skipping this task can cause many diseases to spread such as the notorious COVID-19. Continue reading “The Importance of Washing Your Hands”

Hiring A Property Management Company

When does an investor know that it is time to hire a property management company? Timing is key when looking for a property management company. Whether you have a growing portfolio, the distance between properties is too great, or there are too many tasks for you to handle alone. Continue reading “Hiring A Property Management Company”