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Rental Basics in Hollywood : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Dec 22, 2016
Jonathan Klurfeld answered:
What you agreed with with your realtor regarding deposit is in your listing agreement. There is a box that gets checked for who is going to hold security (broker or landlord). The lease should also state who is holding security. Unless otherwise stated landlord holds security; agents/brokers rarely hold the security. ... more
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Mon Dec 5, 2016
Diana Duran asked:
Fri Apr 22, 2016
Wnstonwcm asked:
was not through Trulia. It was through a company named RFC Rentals and the landlord was a relative of the landlord. It has been nothing but troubles. Place was not in good shape, etc.
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Mon Aug 24, 2015
Jacob Edri answered:
To answer your question: This is an industry standard, considering the rent should be no more than 1/3rd of your monthly income however, household income this may be combined by 2 or more adults on the lease to reach the appropriate rent to income ratio!


Regards,


Jacob Edri PA

The K Company Realty LLC

Phone: 954-400-9116
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Tue Feb 11, 2014
haunday58 asked:
If a rental property that your are leasing is left with debris, trash (and glass) in the yard by the owners contractors for the demolition project that the owner wanted done, is the owner…
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Thu Aug 22, 2013
Lina Pikh answered:
I can help you to find the right place for you. Please contact me for more information
305 588-7241 or email me gpikh@aol.com.
Best regards. Lina
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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Tchaka Owen answered:
Not exactly so, Marc. There are some buildings that allow only 1 rental per year which means that if the owner takes a seasonal (let's say 3-month) rental, the unit cannot be rented for the other 9 months. Thus those buildings aren't really seasonal.

Paul is correct.
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Wed Jun 13, 2012
Ronald Kaplan answered:
in HOA Condo AND OR Coop....check with the management/board and condo docs....but cities ..counties do have rules too... as for 7 days a lot of condo-hotels do that and have programs that help you rent it by the day ..there is a nice one in Hallandale Beach near the ocean ... hope my answer helps/// ... more
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Thu Dec 1, 2011
Norman Raven 954-815-3333 answered:
Dear Maria,
There are so many variable factors in calculating a rent, what type of unit, the size, the view, the location, the condition,.
My Partner and I would love to help you if you can give us some more details .... Please give us a shout and we will guide you
Be well and Safe
Normie Raven - Debbie Finke
Owners - Sue Ward Homes
www.TheRavenTeam.net
954-815-3333
dlfinke@hotmail.com
normanraven@att.net
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Fri Jun 3, 2011
Luis E. Lozada answered:
If you're talking about the vacancy in the zip code 33027, is very low at this time.
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Tue Oct 19, 2010
Stefanie Cohen PA, ABR, SFR answered:
Alma gave you good advice. Definately confirm who the owner is of this property. If the property is in Broward County go to
www.bcpa.net
This is the Broward County tax appraisers website. Do a search for a particular property and type in the address and unit number if applicable. If the owners information is correct, I suggest discussing the situation with your agent. If you still cannot resolve the issue consult an attorney.

Good luck!
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Mon May 4, 2009
Diana Perez answered:
Unfortunately, the tenants are using their pregnancy as an issue to stay in your premises without paying rent. Florida law prohibits discrimination against race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, handicap, or marital status - Florida Statute 760.01(2). However, in your case, if they have stopped paying the rent then you have every right to collect rent regardless if they have a lease or not. You can serve them with a three day notice ~excluding holidays and weekends~ but you MUST follow up immediately with the clerk of courts with the proper legal eviction process. The courthouse will guide you as far as what to do from the three day notice on. Good luck to you. ... more
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