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Need advice renting a Condo in Miami Gardens, FL

I recently finished renovating a condo so that my mom can retire, rent it, and live off of it. She’s worked very hard all her life and not had much (I mean she’s had the essentials which is a lot more than others), I was hoping she enjoy the last half of her life without having to work hard just to get by.
The issue is the pandemic happened just as I finished and we paused from putting the apartment for rent until we were sure everything that was happening. Unfortunately, we can’t just let the apartment sit there not producing income while still paying maintenance and property taxes. She and I are new to renting other than my mom renting out our previous house when in dire need and having the tenants live there for months’ rent-free while not being able to evict them right away. I was hoping I could get some help/some questions answer.
Property Information
Location: Miami Gardens, FL
2nd floor (top floor) Condo in Senior Neighborhood (Age requirements 55+, no children under 16)
Square feet: 910
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, Balcony, 2 front entrances, Personal Parking Space, Dishwasher, Hardwood Floors, View to the surrounding canal.
Community clubhouse and pool, building washers and dryers.
A few minutes from Turnpike, I-95, Palmetto (826), US1, US7, US9, I-75
15-20 minutes from both Miami and Fort Lauderdale airport
15-20 minutes from Sunny Isles, Golden Beach, Haulover Park/Beach. (30 from Miami Beach)
10-25 minutes from malls and casinos including: Aventura Mall, Sawgrass Mall, Bal Harbour Shops, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino, and Hard Rock Stadium.
Now the questions I have:
  1. Should I use Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Craigslist, Cozy, Zumper, Hotpads, Facebook’s Marketplace, Oodle, Rentals.com, Apartments.com, Rent.com, TurboTenant? Why? Why not?
  2. Should I get a realtor or should we just try our luck on these websites?
  3. What information above should I out in the listing? What should I remove?
  4. What laws should we be aware of as landlords? Or someone putting something up for rent? (I don’t mind reading so a simple link or name, I can do the research)
  5. What inspections should we have done before renting?
  6. What forms should the applicants fill out?
  7. What forms should the renters fill out? (once rented)
  8. Should we wait longer to rent while the pandemic is still in an unpredictable state?
  9. Are there any protections as landlords while the pandemic is active?
My mom just doesn’t want to go through the situation she did before and was hoping for a smoother process/outcome.
Any other information is appreciated.
Thank you in advance for all the help.
TL/DR
Need any advice on renting a Condo in Miami Gardens, FL
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Need advice renting a Condo in Miami Gardens, FL

I recently finished renovating a condo so that my mom can retire, rent it, and live off of it. She’s worked very hard all her life and not had much (I mean she’s had the essentials which is a lot more than others), I was hoping she enjoy the last half of her life without having to work hard just to get by.
The issue is the pandemic happened just as I finished and we paused from putting the apartment for rent until we were sure everything that was happening. Unfortunately, we can’t just let the apartment sit there not producing income while still paying maintenance and property taxes. She and I are new to renting other than my mom renting out our previous house when in dire need and having the tenants live there for months’ rent-free while not being able to evict them right away. I was hoping I could get some help/some questions answer.
Property Information
Location: Miami Gardens, FL
2nd floor (top floor) Condo in Senior Neighborhood (Age requirements 55+, no children under 16)
Square feet: 910
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, Balcony, 2 front entrances, Personal Parking Space, Dishwasher, Hardwood Floors, View to the surrounding canal.
Community clubhouse and pool, building washers and dryers.
A few minutes from Turnpike, I-95, Palmetto (826), US1, US7, US9, I-75
15-20 minutes from both Miami and Fort Lauderdale airport
15-20 minutes from Sunny Isles, Golden Beach, Haulover Park/Beach. (30 from Miami Beach)
10-25 minutes from malls and casinos including: Aventura Mall, Sawgrass Mall, Bal Harbour Shops, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino, and Hard Rock Stadium.
Now the questions I have:
  1. Should I use Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Craigslist, Cozy, Zumper, Hotpads, Facebook’s Marketplace, Oodle, Rentals.com, Apartments.com, Rent.com, TurboTenant? Why? Why not?
  2. Should I get a realtor or should we just try our luck on these websites?
  3. What information above should I out in the listing? What should I remove?
  4. What laws should we be aware of as landlords? Or someone putting something up for rent? (I don’t mind reading so a simple link or name, I can do the research)
  5. What inspections should we have done before renting?
  6. What forms should the applicants fill out?
  7. What forms should the renters fill out? (once rented)
  8. Should we wait longer to rent while the pandemic is still in an unpredictable state?
  9. Are there any protections as landlords while the pandemic is active?
My mom just doesn’t want to go through the situation she did before and was hoping for a smoother process/outcome.
Any other information is appreciated.
Thank you in advance for all the help.
TL/DR
Need any advice on renting a Condo in Miami Gardens, FL
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So you're coming to visit, huh?

Lately we've been having a somewhat large amount of people posting in here asking about the area, and etc. So I figured I'd make something like this.
On Traveling
The BB&T Center is located in Sunrise, FL (my hometown, nbd) the closest airport to fly into would be FLL or Fort Lauderdale International. From FLL to Sunrise is about 15-30 minutes depending on how much traffic you hit. Flying into Miami International will yield different results, it's roughly 45-1hr on the turnpike. I've seen someone ask about biking once, not feasible at all.
On parking
Don't pay for it if you're going to the game, don't dooooooo it. 99% of us here and anyone who goes to Panther games would advise you to just park at Sawgrass Mills Mall/Giant parking lot, literally right across the street from the BB&T, like, literally right across the street. Unless your ticket came with a parking pass or something and you would like to use it like a big shot.
On the area
Well the previously mentioned Sawgrass Mills Mall is pretty dope. I believe it's the largest mall in the state, but I could be wrong. It has a movie theater, loads of shopping and restaurants. There's a Gameworks place, a Billiards bar, and most importantly a Barbie Dreamhouse. Not too far from Sunrise is Flamingo Gardens which is a wildlife sanctuary, and as most anyone growing up in the area can tell you it's pretty cool, cause they have probably done service hours there. I know I have.
If you're staying in Ft. Lauderdale than you're living it up. Not too far from Sunrise, not too far from Miami if you want to make the trip, also Ft. Lauderdale has plenty to do, there's Las Olas Boulevard, the Museum of Science and Discovery, Seminole Hard Rock Casino. You're close to the beach, the night life is good, there's more restaurants and bars than I can probably count. And Lauderdale-by-the-sea is dope. It's a good time.
On Hockey
The most important part. If you're a visiting fan, no one will bother you unless you're a dick, or unless someone is a drunk asshole and they bother you. Both chances are small. If you want to wear a jersey from a team not playing go ahead, I've seen it loads of times. And most importantly have fun!
That's all just a pretty quick put together guide of the area. If people got more stuff to add or if I missed something or my info was incorrect go right on ahead and comment!
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