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Anthony Schi…, Real Estate Pro in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anthony Schibilia answered:
I'm looking to rent out my home sometime this summer but I'm not sure of the pro/cons of renting myself vs. having a property management company.
If you are local, you may be able to do it yourself, but if you are not local handling it yourself is going to be more hassle than its worth. You need someone to be able to be available ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 6, 2014 Rental Basics in 29572
Trulia, Other/Just Looking in San Francisco, CA
Trulia asked:
What are some tips for renters before signing a lease? What are some things to be aware of? What are some tips when negotiating a lease?
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 6, 2012 Rental Basics in Myrtle Beach
Christine Ho…, Real Estate Pro in Surfside Beach, SC
Christine House answered:
I have been at a motel in Myrtle Beach SC since 10/1/10 & have been paying rent tax. Have been told after 3 months I should be reembersed tax.
I am not sure that is actually accurate. I think you need to speak to an accountant or call the tax office to verify.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Feb 25, 2011 Rental Basics in Myrtle Beach
Dan Mengedoht, Real Estate Pro in Charleston, SC
Dan Mengedoht answered:
can an apartment complex charge you 100 dollars for filing eviction. they just wrote on a piece of paper that they filed for eviction.

You can read the SC Landlord Tenant Act and answer much of your questions about your rights and responsibilities. Here is the link: ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Aug 17, 2010 Rental Basics in 29579
Debbie Workm…,  in Myrtle Beach, SC
Debbie Workman answered:
i have a condo in myrtle beach, sc and reside in nj-would like to rent it out what do i have to do
Where is your condo located? Since you're asking, I assume there is not a rental management company on site or handling rentals there. Is it at the beach, oceanfront, golf course...? ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Apr 24, 2009 Rental Basics in Myrtle Beach
Colin Storm, Real Estate Pro in Falls Church, VA
Colin Storm answered:
So I pay my rent a couple months at a time, and yesterday my landlord informed me that that I needed to move
My best advice would be to consult a local attorney. So, regardless of what my opinions may be, that is the place to go.

Now, in my opinion, if the landlord originated that lease wi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 12, 2009 Rental Basics in Myrtle Beach
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