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LaTonia Hope, Real Estate Pro in Pepper Pike, OH
LaTonia Hope answered:
My landlord wants to show our rental today. Gave us less than 12 hours notice and says contract allows him to enter any time. Does Lease trump Law?
Please review the terms of your current lease. Under normal circumstances (in Ohio), a landlord must provide 24 hours notice before entering your home for any reason except an emergency ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jan 8, 2015 Rental Basics in Coral Springs
Richard Seam…, Real Estate Pro in Boca Raton, FL
Richard Seaman answered:
Are there any bad areas of coral springs to move into?
Just like any place there are a few neighborhoods that aren't the best. Give me a call or email and id be happy to give you some feedback.

Best of luck,
Richard Seaman
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0 votes Share Flag Thu May 15, 2014 Rental Basics in Coral Springs
Jacob Edri, Real Estate Pro in Pompano Beach, FL
Jacob Edri answered:
I rent an apartment in Deerfield Beach, Florida. I receive frequent notices from new property management to enter my apartment any where from 8am -6p
IT ALL DEPENDS IN THE CONDO DOCS!!! If the condominium docs state they are allowed to enter your unit when ever they want then you have no choice, if this is an actual apartment complex ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 15, 2014 Rental Basics in Coral Springs
CJ, Renter in Coral Springs, FL
CJ answered:
Under Florida landlord/tenant law, what is considered "reasonable" access to landlord?
I have the same question. I told them they are supposed to give me 24/hr notice, but their response was: Since I have given [the required] 60-day notice they don't have to give 24/hr no ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 7, 2013 Rental Basics in Coral Springs
Angela Schra…, Real Estate Pro in Pembroke Pines, FL
Angela Schrager answered:
Can landlord legally hold security deposit after agreeing to allow an early termination of a lease?
Harold: I am not licensed to provide you with legal advice. As the prior respondent suggested, you should consult with a real estate attorney if you need an answer that you can rely u ... more
2 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 26, 2013 Rental Basics in 33071
Scott Miller, Real Estate Pro in Boca Raton, FL
Scott Miller answered:
How do i go about looking for homes that are own to rent in coral springs? how does it work?
Hi Vickiana,

Steer clear of any rent-to-own homes, they are usually great for the investor/seller but not for the buyer/tenant. Take my advice and run the other way.

Now is the t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 2, 2013 Rental Basics in Coral Springs
Stefanie Coh…, Real Estate Pro in Weston, FL
Stefanie Cohen PA, ABR, SFR answered:
Is home exchange considered RENT?
You should read your condo documents to determine what they consider rent or guests or a vacation. Each condo association is different, so refer back to your condo docs.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Dec 23, 2012 Rental Basics in Coral Springs
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