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Thursday, July 06, 2017

How Maintenance Should be Taken Care of for My Jacksonville Rental Property


There are different things you need to consider when maintaining an investment property. Today, we’re talking about how you should take care of common maintenance concerns at your rental home.   Read More »

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

The Benefits of Working with Round Table Property Management in St. Johns, FL


When you’re looking for professional property management services in Jacksonville and St. Johns, there are a number of benefits to working with us at Round Table Property Management. Today, we’re sharing some of those benefits with you.  Read More »

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

How to Handle Security Deposits the Right Way for Your Jacksonville Rental Property


There are legal requirements to how you collect, hold, and return security deposits in Florida. Today, we’re discussing the right way to handle security deposit claims if you need to withhold money after the tenants move out.  Read More »

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

What Are Professional Property Management Fees in Jacksonville, FL?

There are different types of property management packages you can expect when you’re looking for property management services and you’re wondering how much you will have to pay. Today, we’re discussing the difference between tenant placement and full-service property management.
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Thursday, April 06, 2017

More renters in the market then buyers ... who's managing your investment home

BERKELEY, Calif. – March 27, 2017 – Over the past 10 years, homeownership rates in the U.S. stumbled, wiping out more than three decades of increases. Overall, the national homeownership rate dropped from a peak of 69 percent in 2004 to an average of 63.4 percent in 2016.  Read More »

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

How to be a good landlord/property manager:

1. Run Your Property Like a Business. Some landlords do a terrible job at running their business. It might be because they see it as a “side-gig” or a hobby” more than a business. However, when you treat your business with the respect, systems, and organization that you would treat any other business venture, amazing things can happen. What contingency plans do you have in place so maintenance concerns can be resolved without your direct involvement (in case you happen to go on vacation the day something major happens)? When you shift your view as a landlord to a “business owner” — and treat your company as such - you will find far greater success.  Read More »

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

How to be a good tenant

1. Read your lease. No, seriously read it. It won’t be the most exciting night table material but you’ll thank yourself when you do read it. A lease is a binding legal contract. It creates a binding relationship between you and your landlord. What are you agreeing to? If you don’t understand, ask questions before you sign it.  Read More »


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