Many people consider renting out homes long term rather than sell them in the current depressed market for sellers. While what was suggested is common in commercial real estate, forget the fact that everything is negotiable you could do this -- you would NEVER want to do this in residential real estate. Property taxes are the primary lien on your property. You do not want to give the responsility of paying this directly to a residential tenant. Regarding the HOA fees, let's be honest here, the HOA's in 34759 are rather toothless with the exception of Solivita. You could ask the renter's to pay this. It would be very unusual.
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