Vacation Landlord

Resources for Vacation Home Owners

Owning a vacation rental home on Sanibel and Captiva Island can be a lot of work! Whether, you manage the property yourself, use a full-service vacation rental company or a combination of both, here are a few resources we think you'll find useful.

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10 Resources for Sanibel Vacation Rental Home Owners

By Jim McCallion | Oct 26, 2016

Whether you manage your Sanibel Vacation Rental Home yourself, or a company handles it for you, here are 10 resources you’ll find useful.

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8 Tips to Maximize Your Vacation Rental Income

By Susan McCallion | Oct 4, 2011

Buying a vacation home on Sanibel Island is a significant investment. That’s why it’s important to maximize your vacation rental income.

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Be a Vacation Landlord

By Jim McCallion | Aug 31, 2011

The skinny on what it means to own a vacation rental home on Sanibel and Captiva Island, including rental basics and what makes a great rental property.

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Save on Your Next Electric Bill

By Tiffany Mills | Aug 26, 2015

To help you save money on your electrical bill, we’ve put together a list of helpful tips on energy conservation.

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Should You Use Sanibel Vacation Rental Companies?

By Jim McCallion | Jun 8, 2015

On Sanibel and Captiva, a number of folks are buying now and renting their property until becoming full-time residence upon retirement.

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Tax Talk: Rental Property Income & Deductions

By Susan McCallion | Mar 9, 2017

We’re tackling the topic of tax deductions and rental income in hope of helping you avoid any major tax reporting mistakes.

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Vacation Rental Owners Make More Money

By Jim McCallion | Apr 11, 2014

Great News! A recent Vacation Rental Report reveals that vacation homeowners are making more money on their properties.

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What Rental Income Can You Expect on Sanibel?

By Jim McCallion | Oct 6, 2011

Vacation properties on Sanibel and Captiva won’t generate massive cash flow, but can however, cover the costs of owning your slice of paradise.

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