Owner FAQs

Answers to your frequently asked questions

  • Am I required to make my property available to Section 8?

    Depending on the area of Tampa Bay your property is in the rules may be different. This is a topic that in the last 2 years has been changing so contact for the current status.
  • Are you licensed?

    I am a licensed real estate broker in Florida since 2005.
  • Can I reach you after hours?

    Our business hours are 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Messages left after hours are checked and responded to as needed.
  • Can you put the money directly into my account?

    Yes, we offer multiple payment options.
  • Do I get to see the lease or sign it?

    Yes, we usualy have owners sign the lease by electronic signature.
  • Do you sell real estate too?

    We sell properties as well but mostly investment properties.
  • How and when do I get my checks?

    They can be mailed or deposited into your account. Funds are usually sent out by the 15th of the month.
  • How is rent collection handled?

    Tenant are allowed to pay by multiple means. Most pay online.
  • How long of a lease do you sign?

    The majority of leases are one year. We will contact you when renewal time comes.
  • How much security deposit do you charge the tenant?

    We typically charge a security deposit equal to two months rent and do not collect the last months rent. In the case of where a condo association charges a security we may only collect one months security deposit.
  • How soon can you start managing my property?

    Most properties can be onboarded quickly within 2 weeks.
  • What type of properties do you manage?

    Condos, townhomes and single family.
  • What type of reports do I get and how often?

    You will get monthly statements at a minimum. You can run reports within your owner portal access. A yearly 1099 or equivalent is also sent for tax preparation.
  • Who holds the tenant security deposit?

    We hold those funds in a Florida Bank escrow account which is reconciled monthly per Florida law.