Property Management Blog

How to Handle Tenant Maintenance Requests for Your Fort Lauderdale Rental Home

Rosy Baron - Tuesday, July 11, 2017

One of the main reasons investors seek professional management for their rental properties is maintenance. It’s a complaint we hear all the time: investors and property owners don’t want to be bothered with calls at 5:00 a.m. because the water heater is leaking or there’s some kind of tenant issue at their property. Today, we’re telling you how we handle maintenance on your Fort Lauderdale rental property.
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How to Screen Tenants in Fort Lauderdale, FL | Property Management Education

Rosy Baron - Monday, July 03, 2017


From the Broker/Owner convention for property managers in Las Vegas, I am taking a few moments to talk about how to screen tenants. This is a question we often get asked: how do we pick a tenant for our properties?  Read More

Fort Lauderdale Landlord Tips: Key Components for Security Deposit Refunds

Rosy Baron - Wednesday, March 15, 2017


Many times, landlords claim that they want to keep their former tenant’s security deposit to pay for the damages caused by the tenant, and to have more cash available to turn the unit over. However, if you don’t follow the right steps or you keep the security deposit unlawfully, you could have a legal battle, and the landlord security deposit will become quite complicated. There are a few key steps to follow when you’re planning to keep all or some of a tenant’s security deposit.  Read More

Why Work with Gibson Group Management

Rosy Baron - Wednesday, November 16, 2016

There are many excellent reasons to work with Gibson Group Management, and today we are focusing on five key reasons why hiring us is the best choice when you need Fort Lauderdale property management services Read More

How to Handle Disputes in Your Fort Lauderdale Rental Property – Landlord Tenant Mediation Tips

Rosy Baron - Thursday, February 18, 2016

Domestic disputes within a building can be problematic for tenants as well as landlords. We occasionally get phone calls from tenants who call to complain about the actions of other residents in a building. It’s easy to immediately side with the story your tenant is telling about another resident. However, don’t believe everything you hear. It’s important to stay neutral to the situation and follow a couple of steps when you are dealing with domestic disputes.  Read More