Property Management Blog

We know we have a lot of experience to share, and we want to tell Orlando investors and Central Florida landlords everything they need to know to be successful.

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Five Tips for First-Time Renters

As a first-time renter, you might not know what to expect in your new rental home or apartment. Although it’s very exciting to have the first place on your own, it can also feel overwhelming. We want to make sure you have a successful experience by offering these five tips for first-time renters. Moving into …

How Upfront Rent Works

How Upfront Rent Works Imagine never having to worry about your tenant paying next month’s renter. As an investment property owner, you may have thought about using a property management company to help boost ROI. Sure, you know that property management companies can help you get and keep tenants in your rental properties. But how …
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Self-Managing Landlords

A recent study found that 36.6% households rented their living spaces. If you own rental property, have you ever rented to a friend? Downloaded a generic rental agreement off a random site on the internet? Did you waive a security deposit for tenants with a hard luck story? If you answered yes to any of …

To Invest in Real Estate or the Stock Market

Should I Invest in Real Estate or the Stock Market? As you review options for your portfolio, should you invest in the stock market or real estate? Whether you’re just starting out or looking to bolster your existing investments, consider your goals and risk tolerance. Both the stock market and real estate can offer valuable …

The Future of Florida Real Estate

The future of Florida real estate is one of the most exciting prospects for investors and homeowners alike. As the third most populous, and fastest growing, state in the United States, Florida offers a diverse and vibrant real estate market that is positioned to benefit from the continued population growth in the Sunshine State. This …

If You Can’t Sell….Rent!

If You Can’t Sell, Why Not Rent Out Your House? With rising interest rates, soaring inflation, and jitters over a potential recession, the real estate market has started cooling down. That means the heady days of sellers fetching way over asking price have ended, too. As an owner, trying to sell now may no longer …

Get a Pulse on Your Investments with the PPD

Get a Pulse on Your Investments with the Property Performance Dashboard (PPD) Real estate investors like you treat your rental properties like any other portfolio. You want to know how much income your properties bring in and the status of any vacant rentals. Traditional processes require multiple touchpoints with your property managers to get a …

Is a Tax Cost Segregation Study right for you?

Should You Do a Tax Cost Segregation Study? Tax cost segregation studies on investment properties could be one of the best kept secrets in real estate investment. But at The Realty Medics, we believe you should have as much information as possible to maximize your investment ROI. Everyone’s tax situation varies. So speak with your …

Recession Coming – How will this affect your rental property?

How Does a Recession Affect Investors? We’ve heard the warnings for months now of an impending recession: wild inflation, soaring interest rates, slow economic growth. This time is different from other recessionary periods, economists tell us. But those whose portfolios took a beating when the housing bubble burst in 2008 may already have PTSD. So, …

Take Advantage of Our Resident Benefits Package

Resident Benefits Package Did you know that only a little more than half of American tenants have renter’s insurance? While they may not own the property itself, they still have belongings that need replacing in an unfortunate event. Whenever tenants sign a new lease with us, we always recommend they take advantage of our Resident …