Monthly Archives: November 2011
The Right Property Management Company Is More Important than Ever. According to a recent article by Bloomberg, property management is growing in leaps and bounds as the economy and lending issues take a grasp on the national real estate market … Continue reading
Lee County real estate prices rose 15 percent from a year earlier, rising from $89,100 to $102,100, according to statistics released Monday by Florida Realtors, while distressed sales dropped to 440 compared to 1,146 last October. Nationally though, prices dropped 4.7% … Continue reading
No matter if you are dealing with property management in Southwest Florida or Sunny California, the security deposit is the biggest question when the lease ends.
Lee County home values are set to rise over the next two years according to NAR’s chief economist. The questions is how much.
Rents rising in Lee County? Yes! With the lack of inventory in Fort Myers and Cape Coral, real estate in certain areas have seen rents rising in Lee County. Our owners have started raising rents when the tenants are resigning and … Continue reading
30-year fixed mortgage rates averaged 3.99%, down from last week’s 4.00% average. The last time the 30-year fixed mortgage rates dropped below 4.00% was Oct. 6 when it averaged 3.94%. Last year at this time, 30-year mortgage rates averaged 4.17%. … Continue reading
1. How do I find Section 8 tenants in Southwest Florida? The easiest way to get a Section 8 tenant in Southwest Florida is to go to http://www.gosection8.com and register your property on their website. You can also got to websites like … Continue reading