Moving to Northeast Florida? Should You Lease A House?

Moving to Northeast Florida? Should You Lease A House?

Finding the right leasing agreement may be tricky if you are unsure about your next steps, or if you are going through life transitions that require more flexibility. Home Manager Rentals places renters, or “resident stagers”, in luxury properties that are on the market in Greater Jacksonville. If you are relocating to Northeast Florida, you have the opportunity to enjoy luxury homes and condos for below market rental costs in exchange for keeping the property show-ready at all times—and the benefits are endless! Learn the advantages that come with home managing in Northeast Florida, and get started on your next adventure.

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The Benefits of Renting as a Home Manager

1. No long-term lease

Home managers are able to enjoy the flexibility of not being bound by a long-term lease. Oftentimes, people go through certain life situations that may make it difficult to commit to strict leasing agreements, or have occupations that require short-term living arrangements. Home manager programs typically last between 2-5 months depending on how long it takes for a property to sell, providing a convenient compromise for those looking for a nice place to stay for a short period of time. Working professionals such as contract workers, those in the military, or workers who are being relocated, are all great candidates for home managing because the programs will be better suited for their timing needs.

Becoming a home manager will take away the burden of making any concrete decisions, and will be a better fit to tailor to timing needs without any added stress. You will be able to simply join the program without committing to any long-term agreements or contracts. If a home happens to sell quicker than anticipated, you will easily be moved to another luxury property in the area.

2. Fully-furnished homes

One of the most stressful parts of moving is having to transport a multitude of household items and heavy furniture from place to place, especially when you are only planning on staying for a short amount of time. Home managers enjoy the convenience of staying in fully-furnished luxury properties that have everything you need to make life comfortable. Furthermore, all luxury homes are professionally designed to create charming and elegant settings to make you feel right at home. 

3. Many properties have luxury amenities

Managing a luxury home will allow you to live a lifestyle you have always dreamed about. Instead of settling for an average rental home or apartment, enjoy properties that have multiple desired features that are simply incomparable. For starters, home managers get to enjoy living in properties with large square footage that they may not be able to obtain with a rental home or apartment. The luxury properties are also modernized with open-concept living spaces and high-end appliances for ultimate comfort. Many of the homes have spa-like features in master and secondary bathrooms that provide a resort-style living experience, along with other added features such as swimming pools, large backyards and beautiful views.

4. Explore new areas of town without a commitment

If you are someone who enjoys traveling and exploring new places, home managing may be a great fit for you. A typical home manager lease runs between 3-5 months, depending on how quickly the property sells. Therefore, home managers in Northeast Florida can experience living in a variety of different neighborhoods and properties across the five-county area that range from high-rise riverfront condos, to beachfront estates and lavish country clubs.

If exploring new and exciting lifestyles while leasing short-term luxury homes in Northeast Florida sounds right for you, begin by submitting an online request form to be considered for a home manager opportunity with Home Manager Rentals in Jacksonville, FL. If you would like to learn more about this incredible opportunity, do not hesitate to contact us today.
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Jacksonville Luxury Short-Term Rentals are Perfect for Traveling Medical Professionals

Jacksonville Luxury Short-Term Rentals are Perfect for Traveling Medical Professionals

As a traveling medical professional, one of the most important choices of your journey will always remain the same: where to live. Oftentimes, contract medical workers don’t want to buy a home that they will spend very little time actually living in. Short-term rentals make more sense when for someone who will be in a city for only a few months, or a year, perhaps.  Becoming a luxury home manager may be the best decision you could make!

If you are a medical professional traveling to Northeast Florida, you have come to the right place. Read to discover how home managing is an ideal solution for traveling medical professionals looking for a temporary home in Jacksonville.

Rather than enduring extended stays in hotels or having to dig deep to find suitable rentals, becoming a home manager allows traveling medical professionals to simply enjoy the comfort of a real home without any added stress. All properties with Home Manager Rentals are located in some of the best neighborhoods in Greater Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, and are rented fully staged with top-quality furniture, artwork and décor.

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Why traveling medical professionals benefit becoming a home manager compared to choosing a traditional long-term rental property:

1. Guaranteed Comfort and Safety

Rather than enduring extended stays in hotels or having to dig deep to find suitable rentals, becoming a home manager allows traveling medical professionals to simply enjoy the comfort of a real home without any added stress. All properties with Home Manager Rentals are located in some of the best neighborhoods in Greater Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, and are rented fully staged with top-quality furniture, artwork and décor.

2. Flexibility

We understand that finding short-term leases can be overwhelming, especially when you are traveling for work and need to find something quick. The best part of becoming a home manager is the unbeatable flexibility. We have multiple rental properties throughout the Jacksonville area, in some of the nicest neighborhoods. As part of our short-term home manager program, you might expect to live in a home between 3-5 months, or longer depending on how fast the home sells. If you’re residing in a home when it sells, we will make every effort to place you in another luxury rental property within our program. You won’t have to worry about breaking a long-term lease or incurring additional fees.

3. You Can Save Money

Not only do home managers get to enjoy luxurious properties, they get to do so for just a fraction of the price – sometimes as much as 75% below market rate rent. When it comes down to it, staying in a luxury short-term rental as a home manager will ultimately give you a better bang for your buck. All landscaping, pool and/or property maintenance costs are provided for. However, home managers are responsible for their utilities.

4. You Can Pack Light!

For a traveling medical professional, it is ideal to be able to move from place to place with ease. Because all our properties are fully furnished, there’s nothing to move but a few personal belongings. If you choose to become a home manager, all you need to bring with you is your clothes and a few personal belongings. Being a home manager is also the perfect opportunity to explore new areas of town or have a temporary “home base” while selling, buying or renovating your home.

Home Managers Rentals places our tenants in luxury homes for sale in Northeast Florida, Our home manager program is particularly well suited for people who travel frequently for work, as well as those going through a divorce or who need a temporary residence while building a custom home. Home Manager Rentals will provide you with incomparable flexibility to better suit your current lifestyle.

Take the first step in achieving the lifestyle you have always wanted! Apply online today to be a home manager, or email Home Manager Rentals at info@homemanagerrentals.com.

8 Wonderful Neighborhoods for Jacksonville Luxury Home Managers to Call “Home”

8 Wonderful Neighborhoods for Jacksonville Luxury Home Managers to Call “Home”

Northeast Florida is home to some of the nation’s most luxurious homes and property rentals. If you’re a home manager looking to indulge yourself in the most appealing locations and extravagant homes, you’re in the right place. Now discover 8 exceptional neighborhoods where Jacksonville luxury homes are commonly available for home management.

Ponte Vedra Beach

Ponte Vedra Beach is known far and wide as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Florida, and indeed, the country. There’s a reason so many CEOs and celebrities call it home. Located in St. John’s County, Ponte Vedra Beach is about 30 minutes southeast of downtown Jacksonville. This coastal community boasts a multitude of incredible oceanfront homes and luxury condominiums, five-star resorts and miles of beautiful beaches. Locals enjoy a variety of fashionable restaurants as well as boutique shopping, spa services and unlimited recreational amenities such as golf, tennis, biking, kayaking and hiking. Home managers will surely feel as if they are on a year-round tropical vacation.

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Julington Creek

Julington Creek is a beautiful area located in northwest St. John’s County with numerous residential neighborhoods, businesses and natural attractions. This growing community is known to be family-friendly with a top-rated, nationally ranked school district. While Julington Creek is known to be a very quiet and serene neighborhood, you are also always a short distance from outstanding shopping, restaurants and parks. This area has an abundance of private communities with golf courses and country clubs, as well as luxury riverfront condos.

San Marco

Both stylish and urbane, San Marco is the perfect spot just south of downtown Jacksonville for those who enjoy walkable urban neighborhoods with city sophistication. The area was built in the 1920’s and was inspired by the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy. This beloved Jacksonville community attracts a mix of young professionals, artists, empty-nesters and families for a well-rounded environment. Relish an array of local activities located in the acclaimed San Marco Square which features trendy bistros, local bars, and artsy coffee shops. For home managers, this neighborhood offers residents an excellent selection of refurbished historic estates, charming mansions and riverfront condos.

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Riverside / Avondale

Riverside and Avondale were originally two separate neighborhoods that blended together over time, creating an upbeat community full of history, young professionals and great amenities. While Avondale offers a newer and more residential environment, Riverside balances it out with an artsy and eclectic ambiance. This historic district runs along the St. John’s river, located just minutes from downtown. Both areas offer an abundance of local shopping, dining, arts and public parks. Known as one of Jacksonville’s most iconic neighborhoods, Riverside Avondale consists of gorgeous preserved and updated historic homes, as well as sophisticated, modern high-rise riverfront condos that home managers will love!

San Jose / Mandarin

The San Jose / Mandarin neighborhoods are located in the wide-ranging Southside area of Jacksonville, FL — a preferred Jacksonville location that can be categorized to some degree as upscale suburbia. From private golf course and country club homes to luxury riverfront condos, the living choices are incredibly diverse in these areas. Local residents enjoy world-class shopping, restaurants, parks and more, all within a convenient radius.

Ortega

Widely known as one of Jacksonville’s most wealthy and exclusive neighborhoods, Ortega is also an easygoing community featuring breathtaking tree-lined streets, bridges and delightful parks to explore. The community is located just south of downtown on a peninsula nestled between the St. John’s River and Ortega River, making boating, fishing and kayaking popular activities among locals living in this riverfront setting. Ortega attracts close-knit, family oriented residents and is known to be one of the safest areas in Jacksonville. The homes in Ortega range from extraordinary golf-course residences to historic estates with unbeatable views of the river, and high-end luxury condos.

Jax Beaches (Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach & Jacksonville Beach)

The Jacksonville Beaches feature 22 miles of coastline consisting of small towns including Jax Beach, Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach, all located about 15 miles east of downtown. There’s no question that the Jacksonville Beaches are a lively part of Northeast Florida. Not only do residents get to enjoy the sun, sand and surf, but there are also a multitude of fun local restaurants, shops, bars and clubs located all throughout the beaches area. There are also regularly-occurring festivals and concerts of all kinds throughout the year. Located near Hannah Park, the Seawalk Pavilion and Atlantic Beach Town Center, the activities available at the beaches are endless! Each beach town consists of diverse architectural styles ranging from oceanfront condos, townhomes and duplexes, to single-family residences.

Queen’s Harbour

Ideally located between Downtown and the beaches, in the Intracoastal West area of Jacksonville, Queen’s Harbour is a waterfront community in Duval County that is second-to-none, featuring a golf course and yacht marina. This prestigious gated community consists primarily of an impressive variety of large, custom-designed luxury homes. Home to many pro football players over the years, residents here enjoy oak-lined streets and winding waterways throughout the neighborhood, which sits along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway. One of the most wonderful appeals of Queen’s Harbour is the active luxury lifestyle the community offers with its private clubhouse, fitness center, golf, tennis and social clubs, and incredible boating facilities.

Now that you know a few of the wonderful neighborhood choices available to luxury home managers in the Jacksonville area, we invite you to peruse our current listings of rental properties for home management. If you’d like to learn more about becoming a luxury home manager, we invite you to contact Home Manager Rentals at info@homemanagerrentals.com.

A Luxury Home Manager’s Packing Checklist

A Luxury Home Manager’s Packing Checklist

Moving can be a pain, especially if you are in the midst of a divorce or starting a job in a new city, for example. Luckily, being a home manager with Home Manager Rentals provides you a short-term luxury rental home that comes expertly staged with tasteful, elegant furnishings. Home managers in our program only need to move in with their basic essentials and personal items – no furniture, no wall décor…no fuss!

Life transitions and new journeys can be challenging enough without the added stress of creating a new living space that feels like a home. One of the best parts of our program is how easy your move can be. You will not need a moving truck, but there are still a few everyday items that almost every home manager uses. Here is our suggested moving checklist for a luxury home manager.

Pack Light, Live Easy!


1.) Clothing
– First off, you’ll need to bring your wardrobe! Keep your clothing and shoes organized in the closet or dresser. Many of the luxury rental properties have walk-ins with closet organizer systems for your convenience.

2.) Kitchen essentials – Bring along any kitchen essentials that you need for preparing and having meals. This will include plates, cups, silverware, pots and pans.

3.) Small kitchen appliances – You can bring small kitchen appliances that are easy to move such as a blender, toaster or coffee maker. Just be sure to tuck them away in a cabinet or pantry before showings.

4.) Towels and linens – You’ll need your own bed linens and towels for showering. If your property has a pool, you may also want to bring pool towels. Most properties will have laundry facilities, but if not, a washer and dryer can be rented.

5.) Everyday cleaning supplies – One of your roles as the home manager is to make sure the property is clean and ready for buyer showings. It’s important to make sure all countertops, mirrors, bathrooms and other surfaces are wiped down, the dishes are clean and put away, and floors are swept. Therefore, its recommended to have everyday cleaning supplies like dishwasher soap, bathroom cleaner, dust wipes, laundry detergent, glass cleaner, and a broom or vacuum on hand.

6.) Trash can and trash bags – Home managers are responsible for making sure trash is taken out regularly.

7.) Smart devices – Compact home smart devices such as an Amazon Echo or Google Nest are allowed for your own entertainment. If you don’t have a television to bring with you, you may want to rent one.

That’s all there is to it! The minimalist lifestyle of a luxury home manager will allow you to enjoy the comforts of a beautiful, fully furnished luxury home without the pressure of designing or decorating the space. Click here to see some of the luxury properties managed by Home Manager Rentals.  
If this lifestyle seems like a great fit for you, and you’re interested in leasing a short-term luxury home rental in Northeast Florida, then we invite you to submit an online request form to become a home manager for Home Manager Rentals in Jacksonville, FL. We will provide additional details about our program requirements and available properties.

3 Traits of Top Luxury Home Managers

3 Traits of Top Luxury Home Managers

Luxury home management is a job that brings with it many incredible perks. A luxury home manager or “resident stager” is a person who lives in a fully-furnished luxury home or condo for a very low monthly cost. These are staged luxury homes currently on the market for sale. The home manager ensures the home is kept show-ready at all times. In return, they enjoy discounted rental rates (up to 75%), plus flexibility and freedom from long-term leases.

Why might someone want to be a home manager? The reasons vary! Some of our home managers have recently divorced and want a rental home that provides similar creature comforts they have become accustomed to. Other home managers are doing extensive home renovations and they need an easy, furnished short-term rental home during the transition.

Top luxury home managers earn trust through their performance and reliability. They are regularly presented with new opportunities, and advanced notice of the best properties coming onto the market. As properties sell, they can move from home-to-home, sampling different communities and exciting new ways of living. Unfortunately, not everyone is cut out for the role. Are you? To help you decide, we’ve compiled a list of the top 3 traits of luxury home managers. If you possess these three qualities, then chances are good that you could be a great luxury home manager.

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Responsible

Top luxury home managers are first and foremost, responsible people. They are mature, dependable and reliable. After all, they are being entrusted with the care of a high-end home costing from several hundred thousand to multi-millions of dollars. They must keep the home ready for showing at all times and alert the home staging company or property owners if any problems arise at the residence like a leaky faucet, burnt out lights, etc. While they may host guests in their properties, top home managers do not throw parties or abuse the freedom they are provided.

Home managers must be able to pass a background check, possess a minimum credit score of 675, and meet non-smoking and no pet requirements. Although home maintenance costs are paid for, home managers are responsible for their own utilities. Home Manager Rentals provides a convenient training session for our home managers to learn and agree to best practice policies for our luxury properties.

Neat & Tidy

The best luxury home mangers are neat people. Property managers and home staging companies love neat freaks. Because showings can happen at any time upon short notice, luxury home managers must have the home tidied up and ready-to-show quickly, always. That means no dirty dishes in the sink, beds are made, clothes put away, bathroom cleaned, etc. It means leaving the home in show-ready condition every day when leaving for work or going on a trip. If working from home, it means keeping things tidy and being able to leave the residence during the day when a showing is scheduled.

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Flexible

Top luxury home managers are flexible. Because showings can happen at any time. They must not only be ready to tidy up the home and get it ready to show, but must also leave the home prior to the arrival of the buyer prospects and their real estate agent. Showings will be scheduled with at minimum a 2-hour notice, but often 24-hours or more.

Many top home managers are professionals who travel a lot for their jobs or are not at home much, such as medical professionals or traveling salespersons. At the same time, even if a home manager is always at home, that’s okay, as long as they are flexible enough to leave when showings are scheduled.

The same holds true for being flexible once homes sell. This can happen at any time. When a home sells, the home manager is notified, and provided 30 days to vacate. Home Manager Rentals will make every effort to place the home manager in another property under management with a similar caliber of accommodations. This won’t always translate into a home in the same neighborhood or the same type of home but it will be another high-end luxury property which will provide an incredible living experience. Another great plus is that because all homes are staged and fully furnished, luxury home managers with Home Manger Rentals can travel light. They do not need their own furniture or accessories; rather for the most part, just their clothes and personal items. Home Manager Rentals also offers moving assistance to our experienced home managers who have been in the program for over 4 months.

If this sounds like you, and being a luxury home manager for high-end staged properties in Northeast Florida is something you are interested in, then we invite you to complete a short online application to be luxury home manager for Home Manager Rentals in Jacksonville. We’ll follow up with additional information about our program.

Why the First Coast is One of the Nation’s Best Markets for Luxury Home Managers

Why the First Coast is One of the Nation’s Best Markets for Luxury Home Managers

Being a Luxury Home Manager is a role that lets you experience the lifestyle of some of the nation’s finest neighborhoods, while residing in some of its most distinctive residences and saving on living expenses while you do. The recent rise of remote work brought on by COVID-19 has brought with it an awakening for many that they no longer need to be tethered to their offices or even living in the same city to successfully perform work for their employers. This has resulted in a surge of relocations across the country with many headed to Florida– specifically, Northeast Florida, also known as the Jacksonville MSA or the Florida’s “First Coast”. Many newcomers, as well as others who may be already living and renting here have an opportunity to become a luxury home manager in one of the nation’s top destinations for doing so. Here are several reasons why the First Coast is one of the nation’s best markets for luxury home managers.

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The Location

The First Coast is the gateway to Florida. The city of Jacksonville is located 25 miles south of the Georgia state line. It’s the largest city by area in the contiguous United States and that doesn’t even include the metropolitan statistical area (MSA) which includes Duval County, St. Johns County, Clay County, Nassau County and Baker County. The First Coast region is defined by water features like the St. Johns River, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean.

The Beach

Ah yes … location … did we mention the Atlantic Ocean, aka, “the beach”?. The First Coast features over 64 miles of beaches with 22 miles in Jacksonville and another 42 miles in Ponte Vedra and St. Augustine. Of course, many high-end coastal luxury homes are continually bought and sold, providing appealing opportunity for First Coast luxury home managers.
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The Weather

The weather on the First Coast is typically gorgeous with average an annual high temperature of 80° and average annual low of 56°. That translates into more time enjoying the beach and other outdoor activities like hiking, biking, swimming, boating, fishing, and more!
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Low Cost of Living

Florida is a tax-friendly haven with no state sales tax. It has one of the lowest costs of living in the country. Within the state of Florida, Jacksonville has one of the lowest costs of living; well on the lower-cost side of the pack in the top 75 low-cost cities in the entire U.S. Take these savings and combine them with the comparable rent money you can save by being a luxury home manager, all while living an incredibly luxurious lifestyle, and you begin to really understand why home managers love the First Coast!

Places to Live – A Diversity of Neighborhood

Jacksonville’s vast size spurs its remarkable diversity, and the abundance of different neighborhood options and ways to live, are one of the area’s most defining characteristics. From coastal cool to urban sophistication, Downtown funk to sub-urban family fun, luxury home managers on the First Coast have more options than almost any other major metropolitan market in the country.

The First Coast is home to at least 11 major sub-markets including the city of Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach, The Jacksonville Beaches, Southside, Riverside-Avondale, Intracoastal West, San Marco, Ortega, St. Augustine, Amelia Island and NW St. Johns County, among others. Within these sub-markets, there are literally hundreds of neighborhoods with every manner of high-end homes inside them, ranging from high-rise luxury condominiums to oceanfront homes, golf and country club estates, historic homes … you name it! Luxury home manager on the First Coast can not only choose from a wide variety of homes and neighborhoods, but if they like, can sample all of them!
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Arts, Culture & Entertainment

From professional sports to a symphony orchestra to world-class museums and a rich diversity of dining and entertainment options, there’s no shortage of arts, culture and entertainment opportunities in the First Coast area. The Cummer Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and Museum of Science & History (MOSH) all offer incredible experiences. A year-round schedule of concerts and events are held at venues like the Florida Theater, the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, Daily’s Place, Jacksonville Veteran’s Memorial Arena and the St. Augustine Amphitheater. Jacksonville is home to several professional sports franchises, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the city is also a well-known national destination for foodies.
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Proximity to Other Major Cities

Luxury home managers on Florida’s First Coast not only enjoy all the fun things to do in our own area, but also appealing convenience to many other major cities and resort destinations. This includes historic St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra Beach and Amelia Island in our own backyard and Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Naples and Atlanta, which are all short day-trips from Jacksonville.

Strong Employment

While those already employed may be able to choose to work anywhere, those whose employment was disrupted by the pandemic or who may be seeking new opportunities in a new market have ample opportunities in Jacksonville. Another key reason so many people are relocating to the First Coast is its strong and diversified employment market. In fact in 2020, LinkedIn reported that Jacksonville was the 10th-ranked market in the nation for in-migration among its members. From transportation & logistics to medical, financial, technology, real estate and more, Jacksonville is a magnet for job-seekers and companies desiring to base themselves in a business-friendly state.
With all of this going for it, it’s no wonder luxury home managers would want to investigate the opportunities available on Florida’s First Coast. To check out some of the available luxury properties for home management in our area, visit the Home Manager Rentals website or contact us at (800) 446-2156 or info@homemanagerrentals.com.

Living Large for Less: The Benefits of Being a Home Manager

The Benefits of Being a Luxury Home Manager

Are you in the mood to try something new while experiencing a lifestyle of luxury? Do your eyes light up at the prospect of exploring new places, living somewhere you’ve always dreamed of and in a way you didn’t imagine was possible? If so, becoming a luxury home manager should be next on your to-do list.

A home manager is someone who occupies a vacant home currently on the market for sale. The home is fully furnished –or “staged”–so that it presents well to prospective homebuyers. The home manager resides in the home, keeping it clean, tidy, and ready for showings at all times. There are a number of benefits to being a luxury home manager.
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Live in an Amazing Location

As a luxury home manager, you can potentially choose any location or neighborhood where you discover professional home managers are needed. Many people are unaware these opportunities even exist, but they are more common than you might expect. Not all homes are created equal, of course. Few home management companies specialize in luxury residences equal to properties in our program.

Once you are matched with a great property that you love, you can live there until the home is sold or you choose to relocate to another property when one comes available. From incredible oceanfront homes to swanky high-rise condos in urban settings, it’s a wonderful way to check out many different locations and styles of living.

Experience an Area
Before Buying a Home

If you are contemplating moving to a new area and want to check it out before you commit to buying, being a home manager can provide that opportunity. As a home manager, you are able to avoid a traditional long-term lease and can leave the program at any time with a simple 30-day notice. As you enjoy your low monthly living costs, property maintenance is provided for and your only additional costs are the utilities used while residing in the home. If you happen to find a permanent place of your own during the time you are managing a home, it’s easy to exit our program with a 30-day notice, leaving you free to pursue other living arrangements.
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Affordable Luxury: Live a Lifestyle You Wouldn’t Normally Get to Have

Luxury homes that require home managers can range in value from condos worth half a million dollars to single family homes of a million dollars and upwards. Homes can vary from beachfront estates to executive homes set on inland waterways, golf courses, or in historic neighborhoods. In every case, these homes are outfitted with beautiful designer furnishings and incredible amenities in North Florida’s most desirable neighborhoods.

As a luxury home manager, you can enjoy living in these types of residences for far-below-market rental rates. As an individual, couple, or even a small family, you can afford an amazing home through luxury home management that you wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to live in and enjoy at a fraction of traditional living costs. Our properties are also more cost-efficient than most Airbnbs or other luxury rentals.

Opportunity That Never Ends

Some people get so attached to luxury home management that they elect to continue moving from residence to residence, making it a part of their regular lifestyle. We are proud of the great network of reliable home managers in our program, and continuously seek out new participants to fill these incredible homes. New properties become available frequently, offering our home managers almost endless opportunities to experience different homes and neighborhoods.
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Requirements for Being a Luxury Home Manager

With so many benefits of being a luxury home manager, you can imagine how appealing it is to so many. However, there are requirements for the position. You must be a neat, responsible person and pass a background check. A minimum credit score of 680 is required, along with proof of income that can support monthly living costs of $1,600 or higher, including utilities. Training will be provided where we will outline the guidelines such as no smoking and the personal items you are to bring with you. You must be committed to keeping the home show ready within a two-hour notice. All home maintenance, landscaping, or pool cleaning will be provided for by the homeowner.

If you are interested in becoming a luxury home manager in Jacksonville, Florida, we invite you to fill out an application with Home Manager Rentals!

How Being a Home Manager Can Help Those Who Are Divorcing

How Being a Home Manager
Can Help Those Who are Divorcing

Divorce, separation, and other similar changes in circumstances can be difficult transitions for individuals and families to make. They often happen suddenly, without any warning, and can be difficult to endure both emotionally and financially. When preparing for a divorce, you might consider luxury home management as a means of maintaining a certain lifestyle for a fraction of the cost.

Our luxury home management program offers solutions to several of the financial and logistical challenges that divorce puts on a person such as finding a new place to live and minimizing expenses. Being a home manager can also open up new possibilities and allow you to destress and plan your future. Here are several ways that being a home manager can help those who are divorcing or living through family changes.

Maintain the Lifestyle You’re Accustomed To, or Even Elevate It

One of the biggest realizations of navigating a divorce is to understand that in almost every case, everyone inevitably loses something. It might be the security of two incomes, having to move out of a cherished family home, or dividing your belongings. Luxury home management allows you to live in a very comfortable, professionally staged home for a comparable monthly rent of an apartment, without worrying about purchasing new furniture or appliances. It’s normal to feel downtrodden if you were living in an oceanfront villa or golf club estate and are now faced with the prospect of moving into a single bedroom rental. Rest assured, properties in our luxury home management program will provide a high-quality style of living with the luxury furnishings and amenities that you might be accustomed to, or could be an upgrade even!

You Aren’t Locked into a Long-Term Lease

For many divorcing couples who are uncertain about what the future holds, financially speaking or otherwise, the idea of a long-term lease or buying a home during divorce proceedings can be unpalatable. Becoming a luxury home manager means you’re not locked into a lengthy lease and can move out with a 30-day notice. No strings attached!

You Have the Opportunity to Relax and De-Stress

Finding a simple housing solution through the luxury home manager program can be key to avoiding unnecessary added stress and gives you an opportunity to relax, unwind, and sort out your thoughts without worrying about where you’re going to live, how you’re going to make ends meet, and how you’ll maintain a certain lifestyle with potentially a reduced disposable income on hand.

You Get to Experience New Neighborhoods,
Communities and Lifestyles

While you may have difficulty seeing it at the moment, you now have a newfound freedom to experience. No matter who initiated the separation, the emotional toll of dissolving a marriage is no simple thing. It can be nice to explore a different community or neighborhood from what you’ve experienced before, thanks to your role as a luxury home manager. Our program offers a variety of residences, whether you want river or oceanfront living, views of downtown from a high-rise condo, or the revitalized atmosphere of a historic neighborhood.
If you’re going through a divorce, you may be the perfect candidate for a new role by joining our luxury home manager program.

Learn more about the opportunities luxury home management can create for you and apply today!

Coping with Renovation Stress? Become a Home Manager

Coping with Renovation Stress?
Become a Home Manager

Whether you’re in the middle of a significant renovation or planning one in the near future, you might want to consider alternative living arrangements while your home is in a state of flux. Becoming a luxury home manager presents a unique opportunity for you to leave your home while the work takes place without committing to a lease or the added expense of an Airbnb.

Luxury home management can be a more attractive alternative to renting in this situation as it offers you the opportunity to enjoy an exciting luxury lifestyle for a fraction of the cost of a month-to-month contract. Plus, you don’t need to worry about what happens if the home you’re managing sells. You’ll simply relocate to another home to manage. Here are a few other great reasons why becoming a luxury home manager may be the best alternative to long-term rental living.

No Need to Move Furniture!

You heard that right. You can leave your furniture where it is during your renovation, even moving it all to a single room in your home rather than moving it across town, only to move it back once the renovation is complete. When you manage a luxury home, it comes fully and beautifully furnished. This even includes most appliances! You only need to bring your clothes, linens and toiletries to enjoy luxury living while your home undergoes renovation.

No Construction Workers at All Hours of the Day!

When you enter the world of luxury home management, you leave the construction workers behind. No more banging, dirty floors, dealing with dust and constant interruptions to throw your day off course. More importantly, you’re not there to disrupt the workflow of the construction crews renovating your home. This means they are more likely to complete your renovations on schedule. When construction workers are not working around, you they can accomplish so much more each day.

Becoming a Luxury Home Manager – Where to Begin

If you’re ready to escape the constant barrage of construction noise, dust, dirt, and chaos that accompanies living in a home under renovation, or you want to skip those things before you even get started, becoming a luxury home manager may be your ideal solution.

What does it take to get started?


Begin by visiting our website to learn more about the process and the stunning homes available for our luxury home management team members. We are confident you’ll find this to be an attractive alternative to expensive Airbnbs or restrictive leases – and much more affordable, too. Just fill out the luxury home manager application to get started.

Building a Home & Need a Temporary Rental? Try This Flexible Way to Live!

Building a New Home and Need a Temporary Rental? Try This Flexible Way to Live!

When planning to build a new home, people almost always start by establishing a budget and looking for ways to reduce their expenses. This typically includes factoring in selling their current home and potentially staying in a temporary residence. Paying to live in one space while absorbing the costs of building another can be expensive, especially when the options are pricey Airbnbs or rental properties with inflexible leases. It’s hard to line up traditional rental agreement dates with work completion schedules, ultimately putting you in a costly bind. But there is a little-known solution for the temporary rental conundrum when building a new home: think about becoming a luxury home manager.

The idea of taking on a role as a home manager while dealing with construction may sound surprising at first. After all, what displaced homeowner wants to put more on their plate while already feeling unsettled? But being a luxury home manager might be exactly what you need in such a scenario, providing convenient access to a fully furnished, high-end living space with reduced living expenses, and no long-term lease. It may even feel like… a vacation! Don’t believe it? Time to check out some of the luxury properties that home managers with Home Manager Rentals enjoy in Jacksonville and the Northeast Florida region.

Skip the Long-Term Lease

There are no long-term leases associated with our home manager program. In return for simply living in a luxury home and keeping it neat and ready for showings at any time, you are able to enjoy a luxurious lifestyle at well-below-traditional market rental rates, with costs for things like lawn and pool maintenance paid for. You’ll enjoy incredible amenities and lavish living environments you might otherwise not be able to experience. And you can move out at any time with a 30-day notice, allowing easy coordination with the completion of your own home construction project.

Moving Made Easy

By becoming a home manager, you can simply put your furniture in storage and move into a fully furnished luxury home. Bring your clothing, and daily essentials like linens and dishes—that’s all you need! This essentially cuts your moving expenses in half because you won’t have to move any furniture in or out of your temporary residence. Just bring your stored furniture to your new home once it’s completed.

 

Enjoy a Wonderful Lifestyle While You Build

Being a luxury home manager means that while you wait for your home to be built, you won’t be cramped in a small apartment or sacrificing the lifestyle you’re accustomed to. Our properties are often million-dollar residences with monthly costs starting at around only $1,600 per month, plus utilities. Many of the homes have waterfront views or luxury amenities. These properties on a traditional lease would cost for 3-5 times what home managers pay!

Apply the Money You Save Being a Home Manager to Your New Home

By avoiding the costs of unnecessary long-term leases and/or the penalties for breaking them early, the added expenses of additional moves, and by taking advantage of well-below-market rental rates, you can end up saving thousands of dollars while you build and allocate those savings to your new home!

How To Apply for a Luxury Home Management Position

If you’re building a new custom home or feel like luxury home management might be a rewarding way for you to save money while enjoying a fun, luxury lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of, then we invite you to fill out a home manager application today. You must be responsible and committed to keeping the home show-ready at all times. There’s no smoking or pets allowed (very rarely). All applicants are screened, must pass a background check and meet a minimum credit score of 680 to enter our program.

Learn more at homemanagerrentals.com.