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What's Next for Renters, Landlords After State Eviction Moratorium Expires?

Florida’s moratorium on evictions and foreclosures expired Wednesday after Gov. Ron DeSantis did not extend the executive order that has been in place since April.  During a virtual news conference Thursday, housing advocates and…

The COVID effect: The surprising impact of the pandemic on Miami-Dade real estate

Months of stay-at-home orders, growing numbers of infections and deaths, working remotely while the kids are attending school in the next room, stop-and-start business closures, and no end in sight to the COVID-19 pandemic have all had an unexpected…

Are you rental properties ready for fall and winter?

Fall is officially here and even though we may not have cold weather in Miami yet, the reality is that the weather can change fast during the fall and winter. The good news is that for landlords, there still is time to get rental properties…

The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Rental Property Ready During COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on many landlords. With many tenants out of work and unable to pay rent and eviction moratoriums in place, landlords are facing a tough time. But despite the challenges brought on by the…

How has Covid-19 Changed The Property Management Industry?

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted nearly all businesses, including property management. Since the coronavirus outbreak in March, many people could no longer go to work, businesses shut down, and “normal” day-to-day activities were…

Why Trading Cash for Keys Is Better Than Eviction

Being a landlord in 2020 has proven to be difficult, especially when it comes to the enforcement of a residential lease. I have preached the word "empathy" a lot in recent months, but there are certain situations in which "empathy"…
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How To Know When It’s Time To Hire A Property Manager

Have you been managing one, or all, of your Miami rental properties yourself? If so, one of the things that you may be experiencing right now is burnout. Burnout is very common among landlords who tried to manage their rental properties themselves.…
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Tips For Writing Effective Rental Listings

One of the keys to success with owning a rental property in Miami (or else were in the United States) is writing a great rental listing. The rental listing is more than just writing about how many bedrooms or bathrooms the property has,…

DeSantis Extends Moratorium on Evictions, Foreclosures Until September 1

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis extended a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures until September 1. The current moratorium is set to expire Saturday. DeSantis signed an executive order Wednesday to extend it until 12:01 a.m. on Sept. 1, 2020. Earlier,…

Clock Running Out on Florida's Eviction Moratorium, Leaving Landlords and Tenants in Limbo

The 1.7 million Floridians who've been receiving federal unemployment benefits through the CARES ACT will get their last check this weekend. The Senate is currently debating a second round of stimulus funding in the HEROES Act, but it’s unclear…