Verandah Central Florida Blog

Reaching Millennials and Baby Boomers with Your Orlando Property

Pamela McNab-Syvertson - Thursday, June 27, 2019

At first glance, you might not think these two groups of people have anything in common: would you be surprised to know they have more in common than you think? 

When you’re a landlord, it’s critical to know your target rental market: when you know the type of renter you want in your rental property, you can make sure your property is attractive to those kinds of tenants. What if your Orlando rental property was attractive to more than one type of renter? You’ve effectively widened your pool of potential tenants.

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A Basic "How-To Guide" for Property Maintenance in Central Florida

Pamela McNab-Syvertson - Thursday, June 20, 2019

Congratulations! You’ve purchased a new investment property in Orlando, and you're on your way to the peaceful and profitable life of a landlord. All that's left is to sit back and collect your monthly rent checks, right? Not so fast—Your rental property needs a new dishwasher! There’s also a growing roof leak from that last rain storm. Who’s going to replace the damaged linoleum flooring before your new tenants move in? Don't forget, that tree in the yard needs trimming before limbs fall in the driveway—plus, someone needs to change the locks from the previous owners. 

These are all typical landlord maintenance tasks! Before you get overwhelmed at the thought of becoming a professional roofer, painter, plumber, or electrician, check out our tips for rental property maintenance.

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Pet Screening: What Is It, and Why Does Your Property Need It?

Pamela McNab-Syvertson - Thursday, June 13, 2019

When you allow pets in your rental property, you broaden your pool of quality potential tenants. However, permitting pets in your rental property requires handling the situation with just as much care as you would a potential tenant!

As the landlord, you have discretion with respect to the types of pets you allow in your Orlando rental property. You’re also in charge of how you screen pets, and enforcing the guidelines pet owners must follow to keep a pet during their stay.

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Renting? Selling? What's Right for Your Orlando Home?

Pamela McNab-Syvertson - Thursday, June 6, 2019

How can you know what to do with your home when it’s time to move? The most common option is to put your house on the market and sell it. However, turning your home into a rental property might be a good option for you! If the market is slow, or you want to start generating investment income from real estate, renting out your home can be the smart move. 

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