Why isn't your Lender working with you about the Relocation?
Did you ask for their help?
I suggest you drive around, and look for an owner who takes care of his own property; explain your situation: If he won't be understanding, you didn't want him for a landlord anyway.
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You'll need to have a job with copies of your most recent paystub, deposit amount, clean criminal history and a good credit history. If you have no credit, then the property management staff may ask that you have a co-signer.
Neville Ibrahim... more
Don't worry about what's on the Internet. It's irrelevant.
What matters is what your lease says and what your local laws say.
It's likely that your lease says that your landlord will provide certain appliances (usually listed) in working condition. And it's likely that the lease says that the landlord is responsible for maintenance and repairs on them. If so, then that establishes that it's the landlord's responsibility.
However, the lease might not say that. It might make you responsible. Or it might say that you're required to pay the first $xx of any repairs. So, the answer really lies in your lease.
How long do they have to make the repairs? Maybe your lease specifies that, but more likely it doesn't. It would probably fall under the same provisions that require your landlord to provide you habitable furnishings. And perhaps your locality has some regulation regarding that. Otherwise, it may be vague. Common sense may come into play here. A week would be too long. Six hours might be unreasonably short. A day or two is perhaps in the realm of reason.
What can you do if it's not done? That depends on your lease. If the lease says it's the responsibility of the landlord and the landlord refuses to fix it, then you could argue that your home is no longer habitable and that the landlord has broken the lease. However, have a lawyer advise you on this, and what steps to take.
Realistically: Notify the landlord as soon as possible. And it's possible that your renter's insurance might cover the loss of the contents of the refrigerator.
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I work fro a vacation rental real estate company here in NC on the east coast, but we do not list our weekly rentals on Trulia or any other site other than our own website.
You might check VRBO.COM to see if anything there is available. You will have a hard time finding much this late for July 4 which is the peak of busy vacation rentals.... more
Here are a few good tips:
1. Make sure you have an assigned parking space. (your vehicle will get destroyed parking on the street in Miami Beach)
2. Go with renters insurance (it is very inexpensive and worth it in case of emergencies)
3. Work with a Realtor- as a renter, any and all fees are paid by the unit owner- so the expertise comes at no cost to you.
4. Do your research on the areas within Miami Beach so you get exactly what you are looking for.... OCean Drive is very different to live than West Ave. as well as South Point, Flamingo Park and Millionaires Row. They all have advantages and disadvantages based on your lifestyle and an open conversation with your realtor will make sure you end up in the right place!
Feel free to call or email me with any further questions:
William McClain, REALTOR
In this case it looks like the property line may reach the water. Many times you can go to pcpao.com (Pinellas County Property Appraisers Office) and find out where the property lines are. Feel free to give me a call at 727-244-5355 or email me at JordanCBecker@gmail.com and I can discuss this further with you!... more
Just to be sure I understand your question... You would like to find a rental management company that reports monthly to the credit bureau if a tenant pays rent late?
Keller Williams Realty at The Parks
You can google apartments for rent or you can go to grocery stores and get apartment booklets. The amount of rent it will depend on the are that you pick. You can always try to get some government assistant. Good Luck.
Marta M. Rosario
Charles Rutenberg Realty Agent
According to pricing trends November, December will be the best months, no one wants to move in the middle of the Holiday Season. The worst will be just about now, during the summer months June, July rents are in high demand because of the beginning of a new school year.... more
Typically a lease is for a set price and time (For example $1000 a month for 12 months) and would require notice to move out and penalties for early cancellation to either party.
Whereas month to month is where either party can cancel the agreement with a 30 day written notice.
You will most often see the rental start off as a "Lease" and at the end if neither party gives notice, it automatically goes to a month to month.
Rarely will it start month to month unless someone is doing a roommate situation, renting a basement/garage or if someone is just looking for short term as in when a house is for sale.
Hope this helps,
Cassandra Bickel, REALTOR... more