Vacation Home Transition Season Begins in Florida

It’s May. And in Florida, that means it’s the end of the tourist season and the beginning of the residential transition.

Many people who live up north and own vacation homes in Florida will earn income by renting out their properties during the height of the tourist season, which generally runs from mid-September to the end of May. This is a great way to pay the mortgage year-round on their property while often earning a little profit as well.

But what about the other months, when the weather in Florida starts to get too hot and humid for most tourists? That’s when many vacation homeowners can take full advantage of their homes rent-free while enjoying the sun and surf. In other words, getting the most out of the reason why they bought their property in the first place.

House Cleaning Boca Raton — Vacation Season 

The tourist season in Florida developed so that people who live in cold weather climates could get a reprieve from the snow and freezing temperatures of their hometowns. The contrast of going from sub-zero temperatures to a sunny beach in Florida is what attracts millions of vacations to the Sunshine State every fall and winter.

But what most vacationers don’t realize is that all the things that make Florida great during the tourist season — including pristine beaches, exciting theme parks, and some of the best food and nightlife available anywhere — are still here during the summer months, only without the crowds!

House Cleaning Boca Raton — Maximizing Your Vacation Property

That’s the Florida vacation home owner’s little secret. Many property owners will get the best of both worlds by renting out their property (often at a profit) during the tourist season then enjoying their Florida home during the off-season.

So welcome to the best time of the year for Florida vacation property owners. And get your home ready for your visit by having the cleaning experts at Carvalho’s Cleaning prepare for your annual arrival.



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