Hypoluxo Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your Hypoluxo Rental Property
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive porfolio of single family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments in the Hypoluxo area.
Guarantees provided to our investment clients signing a property management agreement:
- We will enforce all lease terms such as those regarding pets, unauthorized occupants, maintenance and/or property damage
- Respond immediately to any emergency issues
- When a tenant is in residence, we will enforce on-time rental payments and address any checks returned for insufficient funds
- Post late notices
- Initiate eviction actions, if required
- Hold security deposit in a Florida banking institution's escrow account
- Periodic site visits with a written report and property photos emailed to the Landlord
- Prepare and deliver notice of claim on security deposit when tenant vacates, if necessary
- Provide proper disbursement of security deposit following the tenant move-out
- Supply owner with a year-end 1099 statement and annual summary of account
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are annual “inspections” done?A: Yes, prior to move-in and at move-out. If a tenant renews their lease, the interior of the property is evaluated prior to signing the lease renewal. If any damaged is noted, the damage must be repaired before the lease is executed. As part of the Sport Fisher and Big Kahuna management programs, Salefish Properties goes by all properties on a periodic basis and provides the Landlord with a written report and photo images.
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Hypoluxo Area Information
Hypoluxo is a town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. The population was 2,015 at the 2000 census. As of 2004, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 2,599.
The name "Hypoluxo" comes from the Seminole name for Lake Worth, roughly translated "water all 'round -- no get out." The lake was later renamed in honor of Seminole Indian War colonel William Jerkins Worth. However, the name "Hypoluxo" still was associated with the area on the south shores of the lake, as evidenced by its appearance on an 1841 War Department map. Hypoluxo Scrub Natural Area is a protected landscape.