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Rodriguezfam., Renter in Orlando

We r looking to move to meadwoods area or to orlando (area 32837) but the most we want to pay is between 700 to 900 for a 3bd 2bth. Theres anything?

Asked by Rodriguezfam., Orlando Sat Feb 25, 2012

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The zip code for Meadow Woods is 32824. There are rentals for $950 and up.

Kind Regards,
Claudia Jenkins
Realtor / Charles Rutenberg Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 26, 2012
At best, that price range will afford you a 2/2 condo in the specified zip code.
Rental of a decent 3/2 single family home would cost you more like $1,200 - $1,400
per month. Are you aware that at the current market rate for home sales you
could purchase a 3/2 single family home in the area for less than you can rent.........interest,
principal, taxes and insurance included? I realize the purchase option might not be
a possibility for you at this time but if it is, it would make more economic sense to buy.
Even if your stay here will be temporary, the fact that home prices are slowly moving up,
the opportunity to grow equity in a home purchased in this market is still great, but it won't
last forever! I hope this answer has been helpful to you in some way. If I can be of further
assistance feel free to call me at (407) 864-3139, or email to:
Sylvia Paul
Realty Center
Orlando, Florida
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 26, 2012

Unfortunately, you will have to come up on the rental amount. Very difficult or almost of unheard to find such low rental rate.

Good luck!

Javier Rodriguez
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Feb 25, 2012
I will send you some listings shortly.
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