Keys Post Card Properties is proud to bring their property management expertise to a broad range of condominiums, multiplexes and single family homes in the Florida Keys. If you are looking for a dedicated team to bring your home to the rental market from Marathon to Key Largo you need look no further. We take great pride in our ability to utilize the internet and social media to get properties rented fast.
For the latest, up to date and accurate rentals available please visit Kym's Florida Keys Rentals on Facebook.
Prospective tenants are requested to provide background and credit checks. We always use State of Florida approved leases and typically require tenants to remit first month, last month and one month security. Pets are allowed only with the permission of the landlord and generally tenants are obligated to provide a non-refundable pet deposit.
Upon lease termination our managed rental properties rarely stay vacant for long. We have had terrific success with a concentrated combination of social media and integrated web sites. Prospective tenants from Connecticut to California quickly find their way to Kym's Florida Keys Rentals on Facebook. Long term rentals are very much in demand here in the Florida Keys and rarely last very long on this page.
If you are moving here from an urban environment, or from a well developed suburban community, you will find living in the Florida Keys to be a very different experience. When you explore these islands for the first time you will no doubt be overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of the trip down the Overseas Highway. In 2009 this route was named an All-American Road by the National Scenic Byways Program.
The special beauty and character of the Keys is promoted and maintained by it's small town ambiance. This is a place where you can email the local paper with your concerns, copy in your Commissioner or Mayor if you want, or send a note to the Monroe County Sheriff, and you will enjoy a timely response. Visit one of the many local restaurants for a second or third time and you may very well be greeted by name.Sit down with a Realtor to browse current listings and you could be treated to a discourse on local history of the area or even individual homes and the families that lived there. Nearly everyone you meet will have a story to share about fishing, diving, bird watching or just living the dream.One thing for sure, when you venture off the "rock" for chores on the mainland or to fly out to visit family and friends, your return to the Keys over the 18 mile stretch will include a "phew" of relief and decompression as you cross the first bridge. Now you are home, back to your small town, back to the blue, green and turquoise colors of the Florida Keys.