Just Leased – 218 Belvoir

Certified Real Estate Investments –
Property Managers in Davenport FL

Certified Real Estate Investments (CRI) is a well-established Property Management service in Davenport FL. CRI just leased 218 Belvoir Dr in Davenport, FL. This property has been successfully managed by the CRI company for over a decade. The monthly rent was of $1,200 per month. CRI followed their screening guidelines to qualify a quality tenant before signing the lease agreement and give possession. Despite the screening efforts, the Property Managers were able to account for a very short vacancy time. The property was rented in 15 days.

This home was rented unfurnished and a lease agreement was signed for one year between the landlord and the tenant. The house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, high ceilings and a well-equipped kitchen. It also has a nicely sized Florida Room.

If looking for Property Managers in Davenport FL that can effectively handle the landlord-tenant relationship and take professional care of your home, come to Certified Real Estate Investments. 128 Belvoir Dr in Davenport, FL is a testimonial of quality service and dedication.

Contact CRI Property managers in Davenport FL for a rental evaluation of your property. Tenants are welcomed to contact us for their housing needs as well. Also, if you are Buying or Selling, visit Century 21 World Properties.S

Status: Leased

Rent Price: $1,200
RP/SqFt: $1.16
Furnishings: Unfurnished
Year Built: 1996
ADOM: 15
CDOM: 15
Terms Of Lease: Lawn Care not included
Lease Term:12 Months

Certified Real Estate Investment –
Property Managers in Clermont FL

Certified Real Estate Investments (CRI) is a well-established Property Management service in Clermont FL. CRI just leased 1201 Cedarwood Way in Clermont, FL. This property has been successfully managed by the CRI company for over a decade. The monthly rent was of $1,450 per month, not including the pool and lawn care. CRI followed their screening guidelines to qualify a quality tenant before signing the lease agreement. Despite the screening efforts, the Property Managers were able to account for a very short vacancy time.

This home was rented unfurnished and a lease agreement was signed for one year between the landlord and the tenant. The house has a split floor plan with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, high ceilings and a well-equipped kitchen with dining space.

If looking for Property Managers in Clermont FL that can effectively handle the landlord-tenant relationship and take professional care of your home, come to Certified Real Estate Investments. 1201 Cedarwood Way in Clermont, FL is a testimonial of quality service and dedication.

Contact CRI Property managers in Clermont FL for a rental evaluation of your property. Tenants are welcomed to contact us for their housing needs as well. Also, if you are Buying or Selling, visit Century 21 World Properties.

Status: Leased

Rent Price: $1,450
RP/SqFt: $1.16
Furnishings: Unfurnished
Year Built: 2001
ADOM: 3
CDOM: 3
Terms Of Lease: No Smoking
Lease Term:12 Months

Legal Responsibilities of Florida Landlords

In exchange for financial savings, some homeowners would choose to run their rental home without the help of a capable Property Manager. However, running a long-term rental property in the state of Florida comes with multiple responsibilities for Landlords. Let’s outline some of the most important. While considering these responsibilities, think about why you need the help of a capable and experienced property manager as opposed to being the landlord and the property manager:

1.- Landlords cannot discriminate. There are anti-discrimination laws that landlords require to comply. Lack of attention to these lead to costly legal suits. You are not free to discriminate against prospective tenants based on their race, religion, national origin, sex, familial status (such as having children under age 18) or physical or mental disability. These are “protected categories” under the federal Fair Housing Act.

2.- Provide Habitable Housing. You are legally required to keep rental premises livable in Florida, under a legal doctrine called the “implied warranty of habitability.” If you don’t take care of necessary repairs, such as a broken heater, tenants in Florida may have several options, including the right to withhold rent.

3.- Use a legal written agreement. Without one, you may end with big headaches such as having tenants-at-will and create a situation hard to manage. The rental agreement or lease that you and your tenant sign set out the contractual basis of your relationship with the tenant, and it establishes basic guidelines, such as how long the tenant can occupy the rental and the amount of the rent. Taken together with federal, state, and local landlord-tenant laws, your lease or rental agreement sets out all the legal rules you and your tenant need to meet.

4.- Manage Security Deposits. What if your tenants cause damages to the house? One way to cope with this possibility is to hold a security deposit. When the tenant leaves at the end of the agreement, it will be crucial to manage this deposit in line with the law. If not, a dispute may be filed by either party.

5.- Follow the Landlord-Tenant act. This document is the law that rules the rental activity in the state of Florida. You need to make sure that the written agreement harmonizes with this legal code. This is because the act regulates several situations between landlords and tenants, such as the number of days the tenant has to pay after the contract’s due date.

6.- Don’t forget the legal disclosures. Under Florida law, landlords must make certain disclosures to tenants. Some deal with the security deposit,  whether or not it will be held in an interest-bearing account. Landlords must also comply with required federal disclosures or face high penalties.

7.- Privacy of the tenants. Landlords can’t access their properties at will. Tenants have rights. For example, Florida landlords need to provide 12 hours’ notice before entering the rental property, to make repairs or show the property to prospective tenants. It is highly recommended to keep records every time a landlord comes to their property.

8.- Avoid retaliation against your tenant. Do not fall into the trap or increasing the rent or reduce provided services when a tenant makes a claim that is of a legal nature. It is a good practice to keep a paper trail of how you handle repairs.

You may be wondering about the complications of handling rental properties by yourself. Navigating the rental maze is a risky and challenging business. Certified Real Estate Investments is your local expert in the Central Florida area. Contact the experts and let us handle the complexities of the Floridian rental market.

4711 Point Bonita Ln For Rent in Clermont FL 34714

4711 Point Bonita LN is managed by CRIrentals.com. 4711 Point Bonita LN is located in the Tradd’s Landing subdivision in south Clermont. With 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 car garage and 3,078 Square Feet of living area, this home is within the nicest properties of this beautiful subdivision.

The Property Management you Hire Determines the Cash Flow of Your Investment

If looking for Property Management in Clermont FL or any close by city in Four Corners, Certified Real Estate Investments, Inc. is your best alternative. Experience and affordability stack up along with many other conveniences that Landlords will derive from a well structured long term rental management program.

Certified Real Estate Investments (CRI or CRIrentals.com) has been providing Property Management services since 2001. Many of our rental homes have been in our program for many years.

Visit our Landlord’s page for additional information. Or simply contact us to receive a complete evaluation of your investment property. Buying a home? We sell houses!

 

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