You have rights, they are provided to you in your lease agreement. Review it and see what you are responsible for and what the landlord is responsible to provide. Jaxlegalaid is a great place to call and see if there is someone who can assist you with the property manager.
Also, people who manage properties, but do not own them, are licensed by the State of Florida and you can file complaints against them. Better Business Bureau can also work to your advantage. You have rights, and if the PM is not going to do the right thing, you have options.
Best of luck to you,
Just a little bit of advice, if you have an address, go on your computer to google map, and you will be able to zero in on the property, the street and you will see if the rail road goes by or not.... is pretty
easy to do ...... But if you are looking to buy, you really should connect with a local Realtor who will
work on your behalf in your very BEST interest and get you all the information you could possibly need
Do not do it on your own..... you need the advice and guidance of an experienced Realtor who has
not only sold properties for Sellers and buyers, but also previewed and seen many in your area ....
Good Luck to you, if you need a recommendation of a local Realtor, let us know...
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I find making some time to plan the week in my calendar, followed by a list of goals I need to complete each day help me stay on task. I don't time block as I'll be scheduling appts. throughout the week. I utilize google calendar and the task bar. I'm unsure about the activities you are referring too....prospecting? showings? escrows? Please explain so I can address those.