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Welcome to FPM Properties, Northeast Florida's premier residential property management firm. Our commitment is to care for your property as if it were our own and ensure that you can be confident that it is well maintained and your asset is protected. 50+ years of professional business experience and two Master Property Managers leading the team contributes to making us an industry leader. Due to the evolutionary nature of the industry today, our commitment to ongoing industry education and certification further ensures the protection of your asset to the benefit of both owner and resident.

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Receive Good while Doing Good………..

It’s coming up on the time for our annual Toys for Tots Drive at FPM Properties!

Starting now through the first week of December, there’s a benefit to you for bringing in a toy to contribute to the drive!

For each toy (up to 2 per residence) donated, we’ll knock off $25.00 on any FPM unpaid late or administrative fees!

Just stop by the office and submit your toy(s) and we’ll take care of the rest.

It’s Happy Holidays for all—especially the Tots!!!

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December 2017

It was another action packed year for FPM properties, not the least of which was a seismic shift in our organization,..Read More

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December 2017

We don’t mean to preach-we just want everyone to be safe this holiday season! Here’s some safety tips (courtesy of JSO)...Read More

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It’s Holiday Shopping Season!

Web Admin - Friday, December 01, 2017

We realize this advice may be a day late and dollar short (no pun intended!) since it’s past Cyber Monday but we suspect there are still several of you out there that have some shopping to do and since it’s December now, may be doing it online.

We scoured all kinds of resources and it pretty much boils down to these tips (USA Today was best and most to the point):

  • Look for the symbol: Look for the little padlock in the address bar or a URL that starts with “https” instead of “http,” as the “s” stands for “secure.”
  • Use secure payment methods: Only shop on sites that take secure payment methods, such as credit cards and PayPal, as they likely give you buyer protection just in case there’s a dispute (your debit card almost certainly will not).
  • Be password savvy: A strong password is at least seven characters long, has a combination of letters, numbers and symbols, and with some uppercase characters, too. Change passwords routinely. Or use password management apps if you’re worried you won’t remember the password.
  • Do your research: Don't forget about the No. 1 tip about shopping: If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Avoid unbelievably hot “deals” from unknown merchants, check merchant reputation, etc.
  • Mind what you download: Or click on--beware “fake” shopping sites and apps
  • Connectivity Caution: Try not to shop using a public system or free Wi-Fi- you never know if your information is being tracked and logged — so it's best to wait until you get home. Or use your smartphone as a personal hotspot, which is safer than free Wi-Fi.

More Food for Thought………

Web Admin - Wednesday, November 15, 2017

So we said we’d continue with some more details re: Airbnb; even if the lease did permit such activity, there are further considerations…..

Legality of offering lodging

Sourced from Airbnb

Some cities have restrictions on subletting for a short period of time. In some cities, collection of a transient occupancy tax by Airbnb is required. In many cities, hosts must register with the government and obtain a permit or license. Airbnb has published a list of regulations and requirements by city; however, only cities in the United States are included. In addition, many landlords or community associations also have restrictions on short term sublets. Hosts may be required to pay income taxes on income received via Airbnb and, in the United States, Airbnb sends tax forms to hosts that have earned over $20,000 in rents and received over 200 reservations via Airbnb in a calendar year.]

Insurance

Airbnb recommends that hosts obtain insurance which covers damages caused by guests. Airbnb offers secondary insurance, called its "host guarantee". The guarantee covers property loss and damage due to vandalism and theft. When first launched in August 2011, the program covered up to US$50,000. However, the maximum was later increased to US$1,000,000. The company also has a 24-hour customer service hotline and a task force to review suspicious activity.

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We rented a home in Middleburg for 2 years. Every time we had a maintenance issue we received a call from someone within a day or two to resolve the issue. Never had any issues during this time. Upon moving out we followed their move out list and made sure to cover all items were cleaned which is resulting in a full refund minus the rekey, which we have paid eveytime we have rented from other places. We treated this house as our home and made sure to return it in that condition, others have reported bad comments but to me as long as you leave it as good or if not better then you moved then there should be no issues. Thanks for allowing us to live in the property my Family will miss it but glad to own our own home!

Elizabeth Tucker

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All sales and leasing activities are conducted through FPM Properties. & Heth Realty, Inc. both are licensed Florida Real Estate Brokerage.



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