May 2023 Edition
Budget Building 101
Budgeting is an important skill to learn because it helps you take control of your finances. By tracking your income and expenses, you can make informed decisions about where to allocate your resources and avoid overspending or going into debt. Having a budget can also help you achieve your goals, whether that's saving up for a big purchase, paying off debt, or building an emergency fund.
How to build a budget:
Determine your inco...
April 2023 Edition
As you are very likely aware, our city is working hard to create a thriving, walkable downtown. As many large cities have done, Jacksonville artists have curated amazing murals all throughout downtown. You could make a whole day of exploring all of the murals downtown has to offer, and finish it up by grabbing a bite to eat or sweet treat at Sweet Pete's Candy Shop at 400 N Hogan St. Have fun! 🙂
2023 Budget Tips
Interest rates are rising. Inflation is at historically high levels. Now is the time to focus on budgeting and financial literacy. Expenses are climbing for everyone, so it is important to monitor your finances to help make the most out of the income you get each month. Here are some simple tips that may be helpful so you can control your finances versus them controlling you!
Budget Tip #1: Start by comparing your monthly income and expenses. Use your last month’s bank st...
January 2023 Resident Newsletter
Something true to our heartbeat at JWB is giving back to the local community. We spend time as a team each month volunteering with organizations with whatever they need our support with. The two most recent events (November 2022 and December 2022) were with MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation and Cup of Love Ministries.
You can read more about MaliVai Youth Foundation here. Their mission and vision as seen on their website are:
We spent 2 days with th...
These titles are often misused- they couldn’t be more different! It is important to understand the differences so that all parties- residents, owners, vendors, and property managers- are set up for success.
What is a landlord? The main difference between a landlord and property manager is OWNERSHIP. The landlord is the legal owner of the property being rented. The landlord dictates rent prices, what maintenance they are willing to pay for, and ultimately pays the bills for the pr...
We are happy to offer our residents a range of home security options, as safety is a top priority for us here at JWB!
Looking for more information? Give your property manager a call at 904-755-7777....
In order to best serve future residents, please make sure to read all of the JWB Rental Guidelines before scheduling your showing.
JWB RENTAL GUIDELINES:
A background check and credit check will be performed for all adults.
A minimum of 4 years of rental history (or homeownership) must be provided, or an additional deposit may be required.
Evictions or felonies in the past 7 years are subject to an additional deposit.
Applicant must provide proof of income equal to 3 times the rent amount in gross income (before taxes).
The security deposit is equal to first month's rent and is required to reserve the home for up to 30 days; one half of the security deposit is required to reserve the home for up to 21 days with the remaining balance due at time of lease signing.
Our homes are pet friendly. A $500 non-refundable pet fee will be assessed for as many as 2 pets; additional pets are $250 each. Breed restrictions do apply.