Eviction and Landlord Rescue
There are two ways we can help with an eviction:
Evict, and Keep Renting Your Property
Attorneys often charge over $1,000 to start a tenant eviction. Because of our relationship with the #1 eviction Law Firm in Florida, we’re able to offer you a great discount.
Our attorney prepared tenant evictions usually cost you only $695 with this coupon.* You simply cannot find a better price on an attorney prepared tenant eviction. When you hire us as your property manager and we begin the tenant eviction process for you, chances are good your tenant will pay up or move voluntarily. Once the tenant eviction is complete, we’ll make your property ready to rent FAST, and at a good price too. Then we’ll manage your property professionally to reduce the risk of your ever needing another tenant eviction again!
Evict, Then Sell Your Property
List your property for sale with us, and let us put our legal team to work for you. You pay $695 to start an tenant eviction, we assist you in getting the property ready to sell, and you get your property SOLD.
For more information on this program tour our Tampa property management services or just call us toll fee at (888) 643-4549. Calls are answered days and evenings 7 days a week!
*Ready for the “Fine Print”?
As much as we’d love not to have any requirements:
~You have to complete at least one year of managed service with Hoffman Realty or reimburse Hoffman Realty for the dollar value of your coupon.
~You’re required to fund your owner’s reserve escrow account with $500 prior to coupon work. This is how we routinely begin management services for all our clients.
~Limit one coupon per customer, to be used within 30 days after management begins.
How to Evict Tenants by a Local Property Manager (4 part series)
Can a home depreciate in value?
If you are in a newly developed area, do some research on the construction of the surrounding areas being developed to determine if they may effect your homes value.
Is an older home as good a value as a new home?
Older homes can generally cost less than new homes, however, there are many cases where new homes can also cost less then older homes. Most new homes will not have any backyard landscaping and some don”t include any front landscaping either. With an older home, the landscaping is normally already completed and could have 10”s of thousands of dollars in landscaping done, which is included in the purchase price.
Taxes on some older homes may also be lower. Some people are charmed by the elegance of an older home but shy away because they”re concerned about potential maintenance costs. Consider a home warranty to get the peace of mind you deserve. A good Home Warranty plan protects you against unexpected repairs on many home systems and appliances for a full year or more after you move in.
In a new house, you can pick your own color schemes, flooring, kitchen cabinets, appliances, custom wiring for TV”s, electrical, computers, phones and speakers, etc., as well as have more upgrade options. Modern features like media rooms, extra-large closets and extra-large bathrooms and tubs are also more attainable in ground-up construction. In a used home, you rely largely on the previous resident”s tastes and technological whims, unless you plan to farm thousands into a remodeling and rewiring.
New-home designers can use new building materials such as glazed Energy Star windows, thicker insulation and other technology that will lower future energy costs for the owner. Most states now have minimum energy-efficiency requirements for new construction. Kitchens and laundry areas in new homes are designed to house more efficient energy-saving appliances. Older homes, unless they have undergone an energy retrofit, usually cost much more per square foot to air-condition and heat.
Builders have to follow very strict guidelines in new-homes and additions, especially in the West and Northwest, where earthquake safety standards must be observed. In general, new homes are usually more fire-safe and better accommodating of new security and garage-door systems.
Older homes can be better judged for their quality and timeless beauty. New homes that now possess a smooth veneer might reveal the use of substandard building materials or shoddy workmanship over time.
As you can see there are advantages and dis-advantages to each, but it really comes down to what fits you and what you are looking for in a home.
What is a broker?
How can I avoid private mortgage insurance?
These two methods combine a first mortgage lien for 80% of the home price with a second mortgage lien for either 10% or 15% of the home price leaving the remaining 5% or 10% as the down payment. Because the first lien is at the magical 80% loan=to-value, there is no PMI required, even though a second mortgage is being |piggybacked| onto the financing thus allowing for the lessor down payment.
While the second lien terms are not as attractive as first lien rates, the second mortgage is still home mortgage interest and thus deductible as such on your federal tax return where PMI is insurance and offers no deduction.
What is the difference between being prequalified and preapproved for a loan?
If you’re preapproved, it means that you have undergone the extensive financial background check, which includes looking at your credit history, previous tax returns and verifying your employment – and the lender is willing to give you a loan, basically meaning you’re approved!
You will usually be provided an accurate figure which shows the maximum amount that you are approved for. Most sellers prefer buyers that have been preapproved because they know that there will not be any problems with the purchase of their home.
How is interest calculated on a mortgage loan?
If You’re a Landlord with Questions, We’ve Got Answers
Check out our free eBook, “Landlord Tips: Making the Most of Your Rental Property.” This eBook will help you:
~Understand how to increase your profits
~Learn how to avoid common landlord pitfalls
~Discover the value a Tampa property manager can bring
~How Landlords Must Hold Escrow
~Earning Positive Cash Flow
~Commanding Top Dollar for Your Rental
~Maintenance and Inspections
~Why You Need Landlord Insurance
~Finding Tenants with Hoffman Realty
Hoffman Realty LLC
- 5612 S Manhattan Ave Tampa, FL 33616
- (813) 875-7474
Office: (813) 875-7474
Fax: (813) 354-9278
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