April 28, 2020
Innovative Property Solutions Is Pleased To Announce The Acquisition of One Realty Property Management Reinforcing Their Leading Position in Residential Property Management in The Jacksonville Area
April 9, 2020
Looking for how to evict someone in Florida?
You are required to end tenancy prior to filing for an eviction in Florida. You must present your tenant with a notice first. If the tenant fails to comply then you can proceed to the court to begin the eviction procedure. The lawsuit is also termed as an Action for Possession.
April 9, 2020
A wide array of federal, state and local laws govern the relationship between Jacksonville, Florida landlords and tenants. One of these laws is the statewide Florida landlord-tenant law. Understanding these laws is important for both landlords and tenants in order to avoid any potential legal conflicts.
The Florida landlord-tenant law is governed by Florida Statutes Chapter 83. It stipulates what rights and responsibilities each party has in regards to living in/managing a rental property.
Innovative Property Solutions has made this article as an overview of the Florida landlord-tenant law and what it means for your Jacksonville property.
March 24, 2020
As you know, Congress is in the midst of debate on how to proceed on the third phase of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are encouraging renters to drop a quick email to their House and Senate members to express their support for direct federal rental assistance to families.
March 16, 2020
Breaking a lease is generally looked down upon. Signing a contract means giving your word that you’ll fulfill your end of it.
Nonetheless, what happens when unforeseen events occur and plans go awry?
This article will provide you with all the important information regarding the laws in Florida on breaking a lease. Remember that both tenants and landlords exercise rights and responsibilities. It’s important to check that each party’s law-given rights are respected.
Feb. 16, 2020
Senior renters are the best of both worlds. They don't like to skip payments and they are the least likely to involves themselves in criminal activity. The fact that seniors prefer to stay put in one spot is also an added bonus for rental property owners looking for a long term tenant.
If you are hoping to make your rental property an enticing option for a senior tenant, there are four things you should know:
Feb. 14, 2020
Lease agreements ordinarily require paying a security deposit to cover future damages. It is also to protect rental owners when tenants are unable to pay or skip paying their monthly rent.
Feb. 11, 2020
There are seven types of renters who are known to fall under the "difficult to insure" heading. They are viewed as inevitable risks and it can be challenging to landlords to convince major insurance carriers to consider them.
Feb. 9, 2020
As a landlord/rental property owner, you are already familiar with the basics of a general landlord/tenant lease agreement. The contract has been tailored to fit your personal requirements, entailing the expected monthly rent fee and due date, the specific utilities you expect your tenant to pay and restrictions regarding pets, smoking, etc. It's straightforward and practical in nature and it gets the job done. However, there are a myriad of lease options available to you as the owner/landlord, three of which are as follows:
Jan. 31, 2020
Most landlords wisely carry a landlord insurance policy. This policy covers landlords in the event of a lawsuit as well as the building being rented. However, that policy will not cover the contents within the property. Most tenants expect to carry a renters insurance policy. Others would rather not belabor the costs of this policy and really don't understand the value of such protection.