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Todd Greve asked:
It would be nice to be able to add your own notes (just for you) against the listings, especially on the mobile App. This way when you are out and look at a place you can record your thoughts…
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Imlproperties asked:
It is a new private street off 12331 Addison st.
Can you please correct?
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Imlproperties asked:
correc the location is on a private new street just off 12331 Addison st.
Can you please correct location on your maps. Thanks.
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A few hours ago
Imlproperties asked:
correc the location is on a private new street just off 12331 Addison st.
Can you please correct location on your maps. Thanks.
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A few hours ago
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You need to go to Airbnb.com or Vrbo.com for short term rentals. Trulia, Zillow and others are for permanent residential listings only.
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
Contact a local realtor. He/She can email you listings directly from the MLS with your specific criteria.
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Patricia LoweKraemer answered:
Hi Dayonej, I am a local realtor, help relocation clients to find apartments or condos to rent first and then buy later once they know the area better.
Feel free to text me and give me a call to ask any questions. iI live in Broward county, very close to Fort Lauderdale. ... more
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Kathy Burgreen answered:
Lenders don't care about evictions as much as landlords do. Your credit score is more important to lenders. If you are buying, then you can do the following: pay a higher down payment - at least 10%; ask your lender for advice about improving your credit; buy a cheaper home or smaller home - one that you can easily afford; etc.

What you need to prove to landlords if you have an eviction - that you have the income to pay your mortgage loan on time every month + your other monthly debts.
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