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davisdianne, Renter in Delray Beach, FL

Can I get nice rental in Delray with bad credit? Was laid off after 32 years, found job in Delray but need place. Have extra sec $ if needed.

Asked by davisdianne, Delray Beach, FL Mon Dec 10, 2012

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Russ Greenberg’s answer
Hi Dianne,
The answer would most likely be yes. But most Associations would deny you. You would have to find a home with no required association approvals where the landlord would be comfortable with you leaving extra security deposit. Possibly an association per request of the owner might consider it if they have a higher vacancy rate and are more anxious to fill vacant units. You are not the only one who has faced hardship and still need a place to call home in this economy, let me add the higher end communities will be stiffer on rules. I hope this helps and lt me know if i can assist you.

Best Regards,
Russ Greenberg, Realtor, RELO "Experience Counts"
561-445-8782

Florida's Real Estate Leader since 1926, 30 offices serving South FL
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 7, 2013
Hi! I'm a Landlord, and have available for March 1st. a beautiful townhouse in Delray Beach, we can talk, would you please call at phone# 561-865-6551. Elva.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 6, 2013
Dear Dianne,
Yes, it's possible. Depending on your credit score, the owner may require additional money down.

Sincerely yours,
Jen Sommers
Jennifer Sommers, Nestler Poletto Sotheby's International Realty
One South Ocean Boulevard, Suite 11 ⃓ Boca Raton, Florida 33432

O. 561.235.7777⃓ C. 786.390.9299 ⃓ F. 561.997.2614
Jen@AgentBoca.com ⃓ http://www.AgentBoca.com



"Artfully Uniting Extraordinary Properties with Extraordinary Lives"
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Dec 23, 2012
Yes you can with enough of a security deposit. Have you ever been evicted?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 12, 2012
Landlords are more concerned with your rental and home purchase history and if you've paid rent on time, have outstanding balances, etc. Having been laid off is unfortunately more common these days with the economic climate being what it is. If you'd like help finding a nice rental here in Delray Beach, please contact me.

Jill Tarlow
Coldwell Banker
Cell: 561-797-5362
1185 E. Atlantic Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483
E-mail: jill.tarlow@floridamoves.com
http://www.facebook.com/JillTarlowRealtor
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 10, 2012
Please call your go to Delray Beach broker Julie Rosenthal 561-837-6780
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Please call your go to Delray Beach broker Julie Rosenthal 561-837-6780
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Please call your go to Delray Beach broker Julie Rosenthal 561-837-6780
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Please call your go to Delray Beach broker Julie Rosenthal 561-837-6780
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I have found in certain situations where the tenant does not have great credit, if they offer to put more then 1st, last and security down, the landlord may be fine with renting.
Marni Zuckerman
Signature International Real Estate
561-613-9335
ListWithMarni@gmail.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 10, 2012
Hi,

I have an investor that has available home in Boynton Beach just North of Delray and he would consider a tenant with any credit. Call me at 561-246-1159 so we can discuss your options.
Thanks

Anita Lowe
GSIG,LLC
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