3 Common Questions Asked about Property Management

How Much Will My Home Rent For?

This is not something that we're able to be put on the spot and then come up with the number. It does take some work through some online tools that we use in order to provide a rental range for the potential client and this is done by looking at similar homes that are currently on the market in the same geographical area as well as homes that were rented in the last 60 days. Then from that, we're able to come up with a number that we feel we can rent your house out very quickly, keeping in mind that it's in both of our best interest to get as much as possible and get rented as soon as possible as well. 

How Much are my Fees?

The only answer I can really give is that it varies. And what I mean by that is a lot of times we are driving our fees from the rent rate, meaning the higher the rent, lower our fees and vice versa. We also understand an investor may have multiple properties and the value that's associated with that so we're able to discount our services accordingly for that as well. However, all of that information is on our property management agreement and is included with our rental analysis that we provide to owners. So we're very transparent, provide all that information up front. So you know what our fees are, what our terms are, and we're more than happy to explain anything within those documents. 

What is it that you can do as a property manager that I can't do?

Well, to me as a property manager, that is very simple because we live that day in and day out and that basically equates to we are the 24/7 boots on the ground dealing with anything and everything regarding your property and the tenant that resides in that. From maintenance calls to homeowners association violations to the rent being late. We handle everything there and when necessary, we update you with that as well. Furthermore, we have extensive experience managing hundreds and hundreds of properties in the Tampa Bay area for the last 15 years and we also have extensive experience in landlord tenant law when it regards a situation with the tenancy and how to handle that appropriately with the tenant. 


Dave Sigler, MPM RMPC

Owner/Broker Vintage Real Estate Services

David Sigler is a Florida native who grew up in Fort Lauderdale Florida. He attended the University of Central Florida where he received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. David has since become a licensed General Contractor & Real Estate Broker. He has been active in Florida real estate and construction for over 15 years. During the Great Recession he was forced to refocus his ambitions and landed on property management. Starting with a handful of homes that could not be sold, he grew his portfolio and eventually bought the brokerage. With his experience, knowledge, and resources, his company prides themselves on successful turn-key residential investment solutions. He now manages hundreds of homes covering 5 counties and his construction company provides maintenance services to his management company as well as other local managers. David is an active member of the National Association Residential Property Managers and has served on the Florida State Board for over 6 years in many different roles; most recently as the NARPM Florida Chapter President (2019). Active in the GTR community, he has served on the property management subcommittee for over 4 years and recently as chair of the group. He is also active in local and state legislation that affects the property management industry. His unique understanding and perspective of property management and its associated maintenance has provided him with numerous public speaking opportunities. Outside of work, not only is he an avid outdoors man and a board member for several local Non-Profit organizations, but first and foremost a Father and Husband.

Director of Property Management Committee for Greater Tampa Realtors Association
2019 NARPM State President