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At Rent It Network, maximizing returns and protecting your investment are at the core of what we do. We have several unique and innovative programs available to you including:
Ask us for more details on these programs designed to help protect your income.
Finding the right tenant makes all the difference when renting your property. Our rigorous and comprehensive screening process eliminates the guesswork. Our evaluation process includes checking the following:
The bottom line – we care as much as you do about placing the right tenant in your property.
The Rent It Network Technology Advantage
We invest in advanced technology and marketing systems so we can provide you with the best service and manage your properties efficiently and effectively.
Some of the benefits that we are able to pass on to you:
We can more effectively market your properties to fill vacancies sooner.
Attracting renters today requires a marketing plan that provides maximum exposure. Our plan delivers the results needed to find the right tenant in the shortest amount of time possible.
We can quickly and professionally advertise your property on RentItNetwork.com, Craigslist, MLS, YouTube, Zillow, HotPads and dozens of other Web sites. We know what works and will advertise aggressively.
We can respond faster and provide better service to both owners and tenants.
We can securely access information about all properties at any time and from anywhere. Sensitive data is securely housed in a state-of-art data center, and backed up regularly and automatically.
Monthly statements can be delivered to your email inbox, saving time and paper.
The statements are easy to read and provide you with a quick snapshot of your property details for the past month.
We address property maintenance issues faster.
We can create electronic work orders and communicate with our maintenance team quickly to resolve issues.
You will be paid faster and more securely.
We are able to use electronic payments (ACH) to deposit funds directly into your bank account.
We know you have a busy schedule and we pride ourselves on proactively communicating with you by phone, email and text. Each month, we will ensure that you are paid promptly and will send you comprehensive reporting that shows you exactly what is happening with your property. In addition, you have 24/7 access to all of your property details via our secure website.
The history of Apollo Beach started in 1923 on land owned by the Dickman family, then used annually for farming and grazing pasture. Much of the land was mangrove and low-elevation and was considered uninhabitable. In the 1930s, Paul Dickman conceived the idea of a waterfront community. He felt the location was ideally located equidistant between Tampa and Bradenton along U.S. Route 41. The Dickmans secured the services of an engineering firm in Miami, "Radar Engineering", to design a subdivision including roads, canals, schools, recreation areas, and community services.
In the early 1950s, Dickman negotiated the sale of the land to three men from New York: Turner, Dean and Clark. They named the land "Tampa Beach", believing the association with Tampa would attract interested persons more readily than a name which did not properly locate the area geographically. Construction began on the Flamingo Canal near U.S. 41, and proceeded toward Fairway Boulevard. It was their intention to extend the canal to Tampa Bay so as to achieve access to open water. The task became too large for the amount of capital they had invested and for the abilities of the persons involved and in 1956 they notified Dickman they could not go through with the project. In 1957, Francis Corr, a retired businessman from Michigan, purchased the land. Corr renamed the area La Vida Beach. Legend has it that in 1958 Corr's wife Dorothy suggested a new name, Apollo Beach, for the area's greatest benefit — sunshine. Locals say the name was also inspired by the U.S. space program that was then developing in Florida. Mr. Corr started construction of 50 homes in the area between U.S. 41 and Golf & Sea Boulevard.
Today Apollo Beach is a thriving waterfront community with year-round boating, fishing, and other water activities. The estimated 55 miles of canals lead to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico via underpass of the Sunshine Skyway bridge. From Wikipedia