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Investment Properties in Punta Gorda : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Sep 30, 2014
Tammy Hayes answered:
It depends on the purchase price of the home and the rental amount. Do you plan to live in the home any part of the time? If you rent it annually you will have less vacancy rate. If you rent it seasonally, you will get a higher dollar amount during our snow bird (winter) season. We are always getting calls for people looking for a winter rental. It may take several years before you get a return on your investment.

We do have a rental/property management department in our office. They can help you. Contact me and I will put you in touch with them. I would be happy to send you some listings to review directly from the MLS if you could provide your search criteria.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Re/Max Palm Realty
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Sun Oct 27, 2013
Fernando Pettineroli answered:
No problem finding good tenants for annual up to $ 1,800/month. I rented three in the last 4 weeks without a problem. Also this is no longer a two rental agent market. Now we are all on it so no more sacred cows. I think soon commission splits will be shared just like in all other markets. I totally welcome it. No reason to keep our fellow "tenant agents" on a referral basis when they have to do large part of the work. ... more
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