If you’re considering that you might want to manage your own property in Tampa, there are three specific considerations you need to keep in mind. In today’s episode of our helpful blog series for landlords, we’re talking about the knowledge, time, and skills you need to be a successful self-manager.
In the last couple of years, about a quarter of all the inquiries to our office have been from move up buyers. A move up buyer is a person who is buying a bigger home or a nicer home, or a home that’s better located. They are trying to decide if they should keep their… [Read More]
Tampa Property Management Guide Attracting tenants is a lot like dating. When you are looking for a boyfriend or a girlfriend, you have to get out there and socialize. You can only attract a great date when you are seen by other people. The same is true when you have a rental property that you… [Read More]
Your pet policy is an important part of renting out your residential property. In our three-part blog series on pets and landlords, we will explore why pets might be acceptable when you are renting out your property, and what you will need to consider in terms of pet deposits and liability. In this blog, we… [Read More]
Emotions work in attracting potential buyers and renters to your Tampa rental Based on our more than 25 years with Tampa rental properties we at Hoffman Realty have learned that if two similar properties meet a renters basic needs (i.e., rent price, size and location) they will always end up choosing one based on their… [Read More]
Should you sell or rent your Tampa home? Whether it’s financial reasoning’s or potential job prospects, many people in today’s economy are forced to relocate for better opportunities. Selling may seem like the obvious choice, but with Tampa’s real estate still close to the bottom of the market, renting out your property may be the… [Read More]