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Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Purchasing a property for seasonal rental? Make sure you check your HOA R&R

With over 43.3 million households renting in the United States it's no wonder why the rental industry has become so massive. One of the most appealing and ubiquitous niches in the rental market are seasonal rentals.

              Seasonal rentals offer a source of income without the commitment of a full-time rental property, finding popularity around tourist hot spots and large cities. These properties have also boomed in popularity due to the spread of services like Air BnB and VRBO lowering the barrier to entry for rental property owners.


Wednesday, February 2, 2022

How the Mortgage World Has Changed

Beau Walker is here with Todd Hoch from Sash & Sill, Michael Bishop from Bishop Construction, and Kourtney Pomante from Gulfside Mortgage to discuss how the mortgage industry has had an effect on the housing market.

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Thursday, January 6, 2022

How to Find/Vet vendors

Finding the right vendors for your properties can be a daunting task, but the effort you put into research and screening early on will save you headaches down the way. Let's talk about why vetting vendors is crucial and how to find the best vendors for your properties. 

Why Vet?

Property Management Transparency

As homeowners, we must know and understand where our income is coming from. Plus, we must know how much money is coming in to balance our finances. The same holds true for investments in Real Estate. When receiving a check from the property management company, we must understand the numbers as pr...

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Commercial Insurance | Home and Condo

At Home and Condo, we highly recommend that homeowners dealing with a seasonal property look into commercial insurance due to the benefits they can receive if something detrimental happens to their property.

Friday, November 5, 2021

What to Look for in a Seasonal Rental

If you’re looking to head south for the winter, you’ll likely be seeking a seasonal rental. Seasonal rentals are typically available for a 3–4-month period during that particular region's busiest part of the year. Florida’s season generally runs from January through April, when the cold months hit the hardest up north.

When choosing what rental is best for you, obviously the size of the space is important. How many people will be living with you? Do you need extra bedrooms for guests? How many bathrooms are you comfortable with? If cost is a factor and you don’t require a lot of space, a smaller unit will most likely be less expensive dependi...

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Here are the Different Types of Taxes you can come across in the housing market.

Stephanie Brandow, Co-Owner of Home & Condo is here to talk about the different types of taxes you can come across in the housing market.

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Importance of Credit/Background Check

Property is an investment and renting it to a stranger always comes at a risk. However, you can minimize that risk by choosing a renter who is responsible and who you feel some assurance will treat it with care. When choosing the right person to live in your rental property there are some processes in place to assist you in choosing the ideal candidate. 

The ultimate goal is to save time and money by choosing the best candidate, minimizing tenant turnover. The best way to do this is to screen your applicants .

One of the most important components in finding the perfect renter is to perform a background check which will tell you if your applicant has ...

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Do Leases Need to be Prepared by an Attorney

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

What’s the Difference Between Property Managers & Rental Agents?

When you’re looking for property to invest in, real estate agents and property managers are, of course, the go-to experts. This said, buyers are often confused about the difference between the two. While they both have an important role in helping you locate and maximise your investment, there are fundamental differences, like relationship duration, between them and how they can assist you.

Real Estate Agency

Typically, the relationship you have with a real estate agent is a transactional one and generally lasts as long as it takes for the sourcing, purchase and settlement of a property. A good real estate a...

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