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Property Management and the reasons to use professionals


Make more without the headaches

Owning rental property can be costly.  The right property management company can make all the difference.  Our goal at Sand Dollar Premier Property Management of Sarasota is to protect your investment, minimize your costs, and maximize your income—without interrupting the daily harmony of your life.

We do all the heavy lifting

Our approach is straightforward and simple.  We provide professional, trustworthy property management services, from tenant screening to leasing to maintenance to evictions. Whether you are an investor with residential multi-family or an owner of premier condominiums or an unintentional landlord, we provide solutions.

Rely on Professional Expertise

With Sand Dollar Premier Property Management of Sarasota, you can count on our local knowledge and expertise, supported by systems and processes developed over the past 20 years.  Join the consensus of rental property owners and investors who trust Sand Dollar Premier Property Management across Sarasota County to manage their rental property’s. Whether you own one condominium or several investment properties, our staff is prepared to meet the demands of property management, 24 hours a day.  We know what works, what rents, and how to get more out of your rental property – all at a competitive price.

About Sand Dollar Premier Property Management of Sarasota

Sand Dollar Premier Property Management of Sarasota is an independently owned affiliate office of Triton Property Management, Inc., offering residential property management and leasing services, including the following:

Rental market analysis and pricing

@ Finding and screening tenants
@ Completing lease agreements
@ Maintaining buildings and grounds
@ Coordinating repairs on a 365-day/24-hour basis
@ Preparing monthly owner statements
@ Preparing end of year tax reporting for owners
@ Regular video inspections with written reports
@ Processing evictions when necessary

Sand Dollar Premier Property management of Sarasota leases and manages residential multifamily rentals and condominiums in Sarasota, Venice, Siesta Key, Longboat Key, Lakewood Ranch, Osprey, Nokomis and Englewood, FL.

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Mannausa moves towards creating ‘The Jewel’ of Sarasota

Date: May 31, 2012
by: Kurt Schultheis | City Editor

Years of planning have led to Mannausa’s goal of building what he perceives as the premier condominium tower in downtown Sarasota
. Mannausa calls it a “no-brainer” to name his project located at 1301 Main St., “The Jewel.”

The modern, contemporary tower being designed by Hoyt calls for 18 floors.

The corner of Main Street and Gulfstream Avenue has been eating away at longtime Sarasota real-estate developer Tom Mannausa for more than 20 years.

In 1989, Mannausa had a fifth-floor office in the Palm Tower building and remembers looking down at the one-story buildings on the Main Street block between Gulfstream and Palm avenues.

I would come there every day and look at the view of those properties before Epicure was even built there,” Mannausa said.

I always thought it would be a terrific residential site … the best residential site in downtown Sarasota.

A downturn in the economy, followed by a recession, made Mannausa’s goal unattainable.

But in December 2010, Mannausa made his move, purchasing the corner lot at the corner of Gulfstream Avenue and Main Street for $870,000 from the estate of developer Samuel Hamad, whose Marquee on the Bay residential project fell apart during the downturn in the economy.

When Mannausa purchased the Hamad property, the purchase price came with Hamad’s former plans designed by Hoyt Architect President Gary Hoyt.

The prior presentation only encompassed the corner lot, though, and I knew that was wrong,” Mannausa said. “ My vision has always been the entire block.”

Immediately, Mannausa began negotiating a purchase price for the Living Walls furniture store. Mannausa told the Sarasota Observer he closed on the property last week.

Mannausa has also worked out an agreement to purchase The Sports Page Bar & Grill
from owners Kenny Barr and Bob Richards, in July.

I’ll own the corner free and clear up to Epicure,” Mannausa said.

Coming full circle, Mannausa has also negotiated an agreement with Epicure, which will stay put in exchange for the ability to make design modifications that will allow Mannausa’s new condominium tower to blend in with the Epicure property.

We will integrate the design of the first three levels of our property with Epicure, so, architecturally, our theme will be carried through the entire block,” Mannausa said. “Everything will be cohesive.”

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