Pompano Beach Florida Condo – Vacation Rental

View from dockDo you have a friend or relative who plans on visiting South Florida in the next few months and would prefer not to stay in a hotel during their stay?  If so, a short-term rental condo may be the solution! 

This Pompano Beach vacation rental condo is located in Hillsboro Shores Executive Club which features two swimming pools, a fishing pier and more!  The condo community is situated directly on the Hillsboro Inlet in Pompano Beach and offers panoramic views of the Hillsboro Lighthouse, inlet and ocean beyond. Boating enthusiasts may rent dock space on a first-come, first-served basis for boats under 29 ft. for a reasonable fee. 

This 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo has been updated and may be rented for as little as 2 weeks or a few months!  The rental amount is $900 for a 14-day rental or $1,200 per month.  Cable, electric and A/C maintenance is included in the rent.  This condo is available for rent through December 27, 2007 (at the off-season rates mentioned here) as well as in March 2008 (seasonal rates apply).  If you own a boat and want quick access to the ocean, this is the place!  View a virtual tour of this Pompano Beach FL vacation rental condo.  For additional information, please contact Leanne Paynter at 954-846-1600.

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Screening Tenants for your Florida Rental Properties?

For RentDo you screen your own tenants for your investment property in South Florida?  It’s important to remember that tenant screening when trying to rent out your real estate investment properties can be fraught with potential liability. Major risks include violating federal acts such as the Federal Fair Housing Act or the Federal Credit Reporting Act (remember that you can get a free copy of your credit report annually either by telephone, mail or through the government authorized website). The Fair Housing Act identifies seven protected classes: religion, national origin, race, ancestry, sex, familial status and disability. The Credit Reporting Act requires that if you turn potential tenants down you are required to provide them with a written notice explaining why they were turned down if the reason was to any extent based on their credit report.

To reduce your liabilities and increase your odds of getting good tenants for your investment properties, consider using a South Florida property management company or an objective third party (such as a screening company) to handle the screening of your tenants.