A rental agreement provides for a tenancy of a short period (often 30 days) that is automatically renewed at the end of the period unless the tenant or landlord ends it by giving written notice. For these month-to-month rentals, the landlord can change the terms of the agreement with proper written notice.
A written lease, on the other hand, gives a renter the right to occupy a rental unit for a set term -- most often for six months or a year but sometimes longer -- as long as the tenant pays the rent and complies with other lease provisions. The landlord cannot raise the rent or change other terms of the tenancy during the lease, unless the tenant agrees.
Unlike a rental agreement, when a lease expires it does not usually automatically renew itself. A tenant who stays on with the landlord's consent after a lease ends becomes a month-to-month tenant, subject to the rental terms that were in the lease.
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As long as you have the funds to cover first and last month and security deposit and prove a regular income it shouldn't matter. Please contact me as soon as you can I have a lot of rentals and I can help you immediately.
Yes, of course you can rent with your valid passport. Sometimes depends of the Association requirements in case you rent a condo. For a S/F house is much easier, because is the owner who is going to accept the document without a SS.
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You should give the tenant a 30 day written notice for whatever reason it is you want them out. If the tenant does not move out you need to proceed with an eviction but in order to do that you need to stop accepting rent payments.... more
Please send me your contact information to info@irentisellrealestate so that I can send you some properties via e-mail. However, if you are looking for a rental in June, we will need to wait until 2 months prior to June. What is available today will not be available in June 2013.
Thank you for your inquiry. You may call us at anytime. 786-416-0446
iRent iSell Real Estate Team at Coldwell Banker,
1691 Michigan Ave. Suite 105
Miami Beach, FL 33139... more
At least 30 days with a written notice, it's what is suppose to be, let me know if I can be of any help,
Maria Natalia Ortiz Ladenheim
Real Estate Consultant
Direct line: (786)2632609
Miami Riviera LLC... more
With these websites, the only way to find out is to try them - at your own risk...not that I suggest you do that. Sometimes, people who say that these sights are great are their own marketers - creating buzz.
To assume loans, you have to qualify for them, and, you have to really know that the owners are who they say they are, and the paperwork is not done to get your money and run.
So, you are right to be careful.
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
1) Make sure the person you're negotiating with has the right to lease out the property. If you work through a Realtor, we'll do that for you. If you go out on your own (through Craig's list, etc.) make sure the person actually has title to the property.
2) Assess the risk of the property going into foreclosure. Has it been recently purchased by an investor? Or owned for 20 years? (Again, a Realtor can check for a pending lien, but no one can guarantee there won't be a foreclosure).
3) Find a property that fits your lifestyle.