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Monday, May 19, 2008

Why Risk It?

The concept of Renters' Insurance is a simple - demand it, or deal with the incredible risk involved with damages ranging from fire to power surges. An article published in the latest edition of NAA's magazine Units - highlights that mandatory renters insurance reduces the financial expenditures related to resident caused damage by 79%.

A 2006 study by Dirk Wakeham CEO of LeasingDesk Insurance Services reported a majority of owners from his survey (82 percent) who offered and required residents to have a renter's insurance policy--and then enforced it--said they would "absolutely" recommend this type a mandatory renters insurance program.

Grant Berkey, Vice President, Capstone Real Estate Services Inc., an Austin, Texas-based fee management firm responsible for more than 50,000 units described an experience of A resident at one of their properties that had a kitchen grease fire which spread to both adjacent units causing damages totaling more than $38,000 in repairs. Berkey explained "fortunately, the resident was insured and we were able to file our claim through their renter's insurance policy."

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

12th Annual SEFAA Volleyball Tournament

Friday, May 9, 2008

11:00 am Volleyball Tournament . 1:30 pm Oceanside Buffet BBQ

Hollywood Beach Resort

101 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL - 954-921-0990

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WOW 12 years! Below is probably what the 1st annual was like:

Friday, May 2, 2008

Opportunities and risks for renters in Broward and Palm Beach counties

Rental bliss
Sisters Jill and Melissa Melzer in front of Jill's apartment complex, the Mizner Court in Boca Raton, last month. Melissa will also be living in her own apartment in June at Mizner Court.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel
ROBIN BENEDICK Finding a place to rent in Broward and Palm Beach counties is easier and in some cases cheaper than it has been in years because more housing is available and the competition for tenants is lowering prices.

"We're seeing a lot more concessions being offered to get people moved in," said Dori Rones, general sales manager of For Rent Media Solutions, which publishes For Rent Magazine and operates forrent.com.

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