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How easy or hard is to rent a 4 bedroom and 1.5 bath house in Lauderdale Manors for a Section 8 tenant? This house doesn't have central AC.

Asked by small-investor, Fort Lauderdale, FL Tue Jul 23, 2013

I hear that most tenant with good vouchers are renting in better neighborhoods. What do think?

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Hi!

I work the rental market every day. I can give you some very accurate insight if i knew a little more about the property and location. If you have a couple of minutes please contact me.

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Brandon Piegari
Sunset Realty
C: 954.203.6100
O: 954.35R.ENT4

BrandonRentsBroward.com
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jan 21, 2014
Small investor you can get an idea of the market value at the zip code 33311 below and get an idea what your investment would sell for or if it is better to hold on for a while

http://www.fortlauderdalerealestatedeals.com/mimarket/zip/33311/

Let me know if you have any other question. If you click the sell tap you will get an online market value without speaking to an agent.

Annett T. Block
http://www.FloridaConnectsinc.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 23, 2013
hi Small Investor,

Your best option is to test the market. Consider doing a lease to purchase, up grading the home and making it more desirable.

If you are thinking of selling it., allow us to run a comparable to determine what price point you might consider.

Thank you,
Maria Sabio
Chane Realty Inc
http://www.chanerealty.com
954-336-5156 [C]
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 23, 2013
Thank you, Annett. I know how it works but my houses have not vacant for a while. I already listed the house in GoSection8.com but I was wondering if it's true that houses in that area are getting hard to rent. Mine doesn't have central AC and other investors are telling me it will take me at least 6 months to rent. I'm just trying to figure it out if I should just sell or try to rent it again.
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Daer small investor,

the first step you need to do, list your rental with the housing authorities. The rent you charge must be reasonable for the area. Than there will be a home inspection through the housing authority. You can negotiate on the rent with the housing authority after you have passed the inspection. If you allow section 8 than you will have your on time rental payments in your bank account every month. In addition you will have a pool of Tenants through the HUD program and low vacancy rates.

Hope the info helps.

Annett T. Block
http://www.FloridaConnectsInc.com
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