Yes there are a few in Lehigh Acres, Veterans park off Homestead Rd, Williams St park and a new one by the Admiral Lee golf course. The are probably a few more in the area, these are a couple I know of.
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Contacting a property management company (such as Douglas Realty and Development) in the area is your best option. The sooner you contact one, the sooner we can lock in your dates. Although the leases are prepared through an attorney, Douglas Property Management does not require you pay $175.00 on top of the application fee to process your lease nor do we charge any additional fees for administration. We would be more then happy to assist you with your rental criteria. :)... more
A credit score of 499 and below would not disqualify you from renting with Douglas Realty. In that situation we would request a first,last and security. With a score of 500 or more only a first and security is required. Please feel free to contact us and we would be happy to assist you. :)... more
Personally I do not think I would go with just any handy man to work on my roof. Some of the repairs or jobs can be pretty big too. There is a home down my road that is having their entire roof replaced and a job like that cannot be done by a handy man alone. http://www.davisandsonroofing.org/services... more
I think it depends on a couple of variables. If I were you, I would suggest calling an air conditioning company to see if you need to reinstall a new one. If they see that it's in good shape, there is no need to replace it. However, if they can tell it's on its last legs, I would look into reinstalling a new one. http://www.arlingtonheating.com/services/heating-ac-installation.php... more
I would talk to my family, friends and neighbors before I did anything. Have you managed to go around and ask for referrals? Word of mouth is one of the best ways to find a reputable service or company. Nobody suggests companies that people hate. http://tallguyroofing.com/... more
I think that it might be possible for someone to rent and then put a fence on the property, as long as it was okay with those who are renting it out. I know wire fences are pretty inexpensive, but that might not be the best option for a dog. There are lots of possibilities that I'm sure wouldn't be too costly though.
No, it does not.
There are provision that do allow underage folks into age restricted communities that folks want to exploit, AND do appear in writing. However, these communities want the age rule to be applied in ALL cases and have taken the necessary action to render those 'exceptions' to urban legend status.
You will NOT be able to impose your will, based on disability, upon these communities. However, some will allow some leniency regarding the age such as if you or other owner/occupant are 54 at time of application.... more
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I did a quick check for homes in this area and I found 157 active listings with prices starting at $16,000. Here is the link to check it out: http://www.bankforeclosuressale.com/list/fl/county071/lehigh-acres.html#price_max=60,000&listing_type=power_search&sort_by=property_price%20ASC... more
We will presume that you have qualified yourself and, better yet, have spoken to a lender. Since March is just 60-days away, it is not too early to begin your search for a home and to even put in an offer if you find the right place. By the time you identify home to purchase, negotiate the offer and go through the 5 - 6 weeks of finance requirements, your lease will be almost up. You may find that you will have to stay in your rental for an additional month or 2. Be sure to revert to a month-to-month tenancy so you can easily move when you are ready.
Hire a qualified and experienced Buyer Agent to assist you in your quest.... more