Out of State Landlord, red flag!
Limited communication (no answer), red flag!
Landlord wants deposit wired when you have not even met him/her, red flag!
Low rent or very easy terms, red flag!
Renters choose a Real Estate professional to assist you in finding you a place to lease. When choosing an agent you must be very careful as well, check their credentials and check the status of their license with the DBPR. Make sure that the person that meets you at the property is in deed the agent you have spoken to. Rental scams are big these days, do not be deceived by appearance, establishment/office and/or, business cards.
You will find a lot of old and expired listings online. THe best resource always will be a trusted real estate agent who will be providing you with his knowledge and expertise and guide you through the whole process and sending you current and active listings.
If you need any assistance I will gladly help you with your real estate needs, Please note that all services for buyers are free. Please kindly contact me at email@example.com for current listings matching your criteria.
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There are some legitimate rentals on here, but some scams too. Any website that allows unlicensed people to post and make offers is subject to fraudsters. Tread carefully and consider getting a local agent to help you with a rental.