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Estate Management Makes the Good life- Gooder

Owning a big Florida home has its perks, for sure. And one on the water? The perks are even better. But owning a home, of any size, but especially a large home, comes with a commitment of time. Taking care of the regular maintenance, finding and using good people, and hoping people show up and things get done, can be stressful and very time consuming. And then there's the preventative maintenance and emergency repairs. For people who bought their homes when they were younger, they start finding that, while they want to stay in their homes for the foreseeable future, it' getting harder and harder to manage as they age.


Having a full-time employee to handle these things may not be cost-effective or realistic. And for a home under 7,000 or 8,000 square feet may not demand such a person.

But there's another way.


An independent estate manager is an independent contractor and takes care of scheduling regular services, following up on work, overseeing the potential future property needs, reviewing the property status and operation periodically for safety, and finding repairmen in emergencies.


This is done on an hourly basis or a fixed monthly fee- depending on needs and circumstances.


So if you feel it's time to outsource the management of your house's needs, and only pay someone for the work they do- as opposed to a full-time estate or house manager, call Nightlight Management today to talk about your circumstances and needs.


https://www.nightlight-vacations.com/estate-management

Contact us to discuss your home management needs at 646.866.4419 (local in Boca) or email: nightlightreservations@gmail.com


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