Being the owner of rental real estate in West Palm Beach, Jupiter or anywhere in the Palm Beach county area can be a very lucrative and rewarding business. However, those rewards are sometimes challenged by the failure of some problem tenants to pay their rent or when they violate other clauses in their lease agreement. Unfortunately, these landlord-tenant situations can quickly develop into unpleasant legal actions. As a Florida landlord, you need to be aware of your rights and those of your tenants and act accordingly in order to avoid long delays and very costly and time-consuming consequences.
The law in Florida is very protective of the tenant’s rights, especially residential tenants. As a landlord, you must be prepared to take the right action at the right time in order to achieve a legal outcome, in your favor, and in the shortest amount of time. David M. Piccolo can save you a lot of money and aggravation by helping you navigate though the complicated maze of Florida Landlord-Tenant law. Over the years, his extensive expertise has helped countless owners of apartment buildings, duplexes, and other rental units as well as owners of commercial properties such as retail centers and office buildings.
If you are thinking about evicting a tenant or are in the process of a messy eviction, request a free consultation with Attorney Piccolo now or call 561-881-9151 and let him guide you to a quick resolution that is fair and legal to you.
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