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”

Spotless Kitchen in Just One Hour

Kitchens might be one of the most dreaded rooms in the house to clean, but with a clear plan, and the understanding what the outcome will be these tips will have any kitchen looking spotless in no time! Continue reading “Spotless Kitchen in Just One Hour”

“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”

Nik Wallenda’s Daredevil Rally Drive-in Thrill Show

Sarasota’s own King of the High Wire, Nik Wallenda, is hosting the Daredevil Rally Drive-in Thrill Show at Nathan Benderson Park, this weekend and next! Continue reading “Nik Wallenda’s Daredevil Rally Drive-in Thrill Show”

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”