Lake Worth Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your Lake Worth 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 Lake Worth 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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Lake Worth Area Information
A native American tribe known as the Jaega were the earliest reported inhabitants of the section of the Florida Atlantic coast in the areas of Martin and Palm Beach Counties. Remains of shell mounds can be found near the Jupiter inlet, inland in what is now Boynton Beach and just south of the Boynton Inlet, indicating pre-Columbian Jaega habitation.
The city's first settlers were Samuel and Fannie James, an African American couple and ex-slaves, known as the Black Diamonds, who settled on the shores of the Lake Worth Lagoon in 1883, as recorded on stone monument located at the northwest corner of Lucerne Avenue and J Street. The couple made a claim for their land under the Homestead Act in 1883 and received a receipt for their claim on February 1, 1887. Their holdings, which doubled over time and came to include the area between Lake Aveune, 12th Avenue South, the FEC tracks and the Lake Worth Lagoon, were subsequently sold to the Palm Beach Farms Co. in 1910.
The initial name for the post office was Jewel (sometimes spelled Jewell). Fannie James was the first postmaster. The post office was located in a small dry good shop which the couple operated to serve the lake traffic which connected the small pioneer homesteads located along the banks of the Lake Worth Lagoon. Area pioneers report that Jewell was included as a stop on the route of the Barefoot mailman via the Celestial Railroad by July 1889.