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Meet Our Team: Rigel Sabido

Friday, September 25, 2020
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Pristine Property Management has assembled an impressive team of professionals and together find creative solutions to various real estate challenges. As we continue our Meet the Team series, we recognize Rigel Sabido, our Operations Coordinator. An exemplar of positivity, efficiency, creativity, and dedication to growing the company'...

Meet Our Team: Amanda Patience-Theagali

Friday, September 25, 2020
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Pristine Property Management has assembled an impressive team of professionals and together find creative solutions to various real estate challenges. As we continue our Meet the Team series, we recognize Amanda Patience-Theagali, our Marketing & Social Media Manager. An exemplar of positivity, creativity, and dedication to growing th...

Meet Our Team: David Ortiz

Friday, September 25, 2020
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Pristine Property Management has assembled an impressive team of professionals and together find creative solutions to various real estate challenges. As we continue our Meet the Team series, we recognize our Maintenance Coordinator David Ortiz. An exemplar of dedication to exceptional customer service!David Ortiz (Maintenance Coordinator...

A LANDLORD'S PLIGHT

Wednesday, September 23, 2020
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The following is an opinion piece by a long-time DREIA friend and member. From a property manager and landlord/investor perspective, the consequences of COVID-19 are forcing us to make very difficult decisions in order to survive in this business. Gov. DeSantis again extended the eviction moratorium until October 1. (It would not be surp...

Property Management 101 – Tips for creating a Win/Win Situation in Cash for Keys agreements.

Monday, September 14, 2020
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Cash for keys is a controversial topic whether you are talking about a landlord & tenant or a bank foreclosing on a homeowner. Being a landlord is not an easy job, no matter how simple it may appear. Being a successful landlord is only possible through hard work, long hours, attention to detail, sacrifice, and a dedicated, supportive ...

NMHC Reports Payments Down

Friday, September 11, 2020
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Only 76.4% of U.S. apartment households had made a full or partial rent payment by Sept. 6, according to the latest National Multifamily Housing Council’s Rent Payment Tracker. That is the lowest level since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, down from 79.3% as of Aug. 6. The drop in payments comes about a month after the fe...

Ban on evictions extended to October 1

Thursday, September 10, 2020
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President Donald Trump's executive order providing an eviction moratorium for renters started September 4, 2020.From now until the end of 2020, landlords won't be able to evict tenants who don't pay rent. Under the moratorium, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Health and Human...

Eviction Webinar: Frequently Asked Questions - Managing the changing tides of the Pandemic

Monday, August 31, 2020
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The Executive Order along with the Federal CARES Act which came into effect on March 27th naturally raises a number of questions for landlords throughout Florida. Can landlords  eviction  for non-payment of rent now? What other types of situations can landlords  evict  for? Can landlords serve 3-day notices now? What s...

Eviction Webinar: Investment Opportunities for Owners and Positive Aspects of Managing during the pa...

Monday, August 31, 2020
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Despite the many challenges being faced by landlords and tenants alike, there have been positive aspects. Demand for rental properties are high and this is very positive for South Florida. In the month of August 93% of rent collections were made, just leaving a very margin pending. Another positive aspect, is the opportunity for investors...

Eviction Webinar: Pristine Property Management's update on the State of the Market & our Proactive A...

Monday, August 31, 2020
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On July 29th, 2020 Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order Number 20-180 suspending some residential  evictions  through September 1, 2020. On its face the moratorium seems to be just another extension of the rules halting residential  evictions  for non-payment of rent. But several important changes were made in this...

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