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Hi Collins, you may need to give a higher deposit if you are going to rent from a private owner, but your best bet will be an apartment complex until you are able to improve your credit. Good luck!... more
Cathy, I think I had the possible tenant. I will call Autumn tomorrow and give her info on community. I just sold a unit last week and have another one closing next week, in that community.
I'm not sure if an attorney can help, but I will pass along info of a real estate attorney to her. I would think it would help if you had anything from RealManage in writing with rental approval.... more
I made the move down from NY some years ago and I am certain you will enjoy the Florida lifestyle. With credit that is not the best, you should plan on paying first, last and security. There is also an application fee averaging $50 per person, and a pet fee (when applicable) of about $300 per pet. Please feel free to search for rental properties at www.DanTurnerRentals.com and let me know if you find properties you would like to view.... more