There is no way to get around that, however, when you price your property, these are one of the expenses, along with insurance and monthly maintenance fee that become your carrying costs to own the property, and should be covered by the rental fee.
In Florida, the “condominium” application process is much easier, depending on the building complex, units, etc. The application fees in Florida for a well managed Condo complex may run around $75.00 (if they have a fee to begin with, not all do) and higher for luxury buildings. There is no condo application process for the units that I currently rent out in Florida.
As the landlord, I have to fill out a form and provide copies of IDs for the tenants, along with license plate numbers and background checks. It is not an application per se as with the NY unit. In Florida, I (landlord) only have to give the management company information about my tenants, they are not the ones who will ultimately approve them. The approval process is at my discretion, however, they need to know who and how many people are living in each unit for safety and insurance purposes.
One important aspect of having a rental unit in Florida is that you should have flood/hurricane insurance.