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What Do You Do When your Tenant Stops Paying Rent in South Florida?


Today on Ask All County, we’re talking to our bookkeeper, who handles all things accounting. Whenever we have a financial question, Anna is the one to answer it. She’s sharing her process for dealing with tenants who don’t pay rent.

How to Qualify a Tenant for Your South Florida Rental Property

In Ask All County today, we’re talking to one of our best property managers about how to qualify a tenant. Darlene is telling us about screening tenants, and what to look for. It’s important to screen your tenants and put the best qualified tenant in your property. You are looking for someone who will take good care of your home while they are living there.

How to Handle Maintenance and Repairs for Your South Florida Rental Property

Today on Ask All County, we are talking to our excellent maintenance coordinator, who is sharing the maintenance and repair process that we follow.

Why Invest in South Florida Residential Real Estate

All County PPM provides property management in Orlando, Central Florida, South Florida, and North Florida in Jacksonville. Over the years, my team and I have managed 2,400 homes for investors who have one or more rental properties. The question I’m asked most by investors looking to enter this space is: why invest in residential rental properties?

What is the Rental Process in South Florida?

The rental process is the focus of our Ask All County blog today, and we’re going to give you a brief overview of all the steps we follow with our property sites. We will do a series of videos and blogs that cover each step in detail, but this is our overview. Here’s how we follow the rental process.

Your Cooper City lease agreement matters!

It is important to be aware of changes to real property law and contract law. Perhaps what is more valuable is to have a lease reviewed by a lawyer who specializes in landlord/tenant law. Our management professionals always make use of a carefully worded Cooper City, Florida lease agreement, which has been reviewed by an attorney.

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