Renting out your home may be a consideration when:
- You have to relocate temporarily for work or family issues but want to come back home
- The market dictates that the rental value would cover your mortgage, your taxes and insurance and still give you a profit
- You are upside down in the value of the home from what your mortgage payoff is and you do not want to short sale
- You are a seasoned investor with many homes and you need a rental specialist
With my seasoned rental process, you will have the convenience and security of knowing you and your tenants are being handled with the utmost professionalism.
- Potential tenants visit my website and fill out their application online. That’s it!
As a Landlord you will expect to receive:
- Help in setting the best rental rate
- Advice on what needs to be done in your home that will give you the best rental rate
- Each tenant thoroughly interviewed
- Professional styled photos
- For Rent post
- Rental displayed on all major real estate internet sites: Zillow, Realtor.com, Trulia
- Background check on each tenant
- Credit check on each tenant
- All documents provided in a neat file for your records
- Florida Bar of Association lease
- Piece of mind
What do past clients have to say?
“Jenn was the answer to our needs. We had a home that we weren’t ready to sell and had an opportunity to move that we just couldn’t pass. I was given Jenn’s number by my sister who works at a bank. She was super fast & super professional. She is clear on what steps are next and makes the process easy. She came in with the exact amount we could expect to receive on our home, tips on what needed to be done to make the home as appealing as possible to potential tenants and took the lead on everything else. We love our new tenant’s, our new place and having extra money each month. It’s an easy process when you have her as your Realtor” – Kathy Gluck, Trinity, Florida
*** Renting out your home may seem like a simple task, but it’s important to talk with attorneys and other professionals to make sure you are abiding by tax laws and local property rules as a result of the new status.