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We have been offering professional property management to community Associations for more than 30 Years.  Southwest Property Management Corp. would like to assist you in your Association management needs!  Please contact us today!
 
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HOME WATCH
Posted on Mar 27th, 2013 Comments (0)
It’s always nice to escape the bitter cold of the north and enjoy paradise here in Naples for the winter season.  Have you ever returned to find your air conditioning not working, lawn overgrown, water stains on the ceiling, broken windows, damaged roof, or even worse, MOLD?  Many people are not aware of what can happen in Southwest Florida during our hot, steamy, wet and windy summers.  An afternoon thunderstorm is capable of producing damaging winds, tornadoes, hail and flooding.  We are often asked, “I didn’t hire a professional to watch my home.  Is that something I should be concerned about while I’m gone?”  Our answer is “YES!”  If you don’t have someone checking your home on a regular basis, you could be in for a big surprise when you get home.
 
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REVENUE RULE 70-604
Posted on Jan 29th, 2013 Comments (0)
Recently, we have seen an increase in IRS audit activity regarding CIRA’s.  Because of this, we thought it would be beneficial to go over the main issue that they have been looking at, specifically Revenue Rule 70-604.   According to Stroemer & Company, PA , in twenty two years of working with Associations, the IRS has never focused on them. That has changed, this year they have had 4 Association audits.  Thankfully all 4 were no change audits.  However, this just proves the IRS is now auditing Associations. 
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THREE NEW INSECT INVADERS
Posted on Nov 14th, 2012 Comments (0)
In the last few years three new insect invaders have found their way to Florida: the Ficus whitefly, the Spiraling whitefly, and Bondar’s Nesting whitefly. Even though the name “fly” is applied to them, they are not flies at all. Whiteflies are small, flying, sucking-piercing insects related to aphids, scales, and mealybug.
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