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Rental Basics in Broward County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jun 17, 2017
Jarrellkraft1976 answered:
Wed Mar 29, 2017
Alain Arwas answered:
Thu Dec 22, 2016
Jonathan Klurfeld, Esq. 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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Wed Jul 6, 2016
Guilherme Feitoza asked:
I live in Fort Lauderdale Florida and we were renting a apartment till May 31st. Before leaving I did contact my landlord 30 days prior of moving out. It's been 35 days and landlord…
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Fri May 27, 2016
Zhbutt answered:
Charles L Simon is highly professional and understands the tenant owner law exceptionally well. My opinion.
I used him on three evictions. Superb Job. He is on google.
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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 Apr 11, 2016
Kate Stout answered:
May I ask why you want to rent it by owner? Do you have a plan in place to make sure the prospective tenants have good credit as well as do background and financial checks? Are you always available to show the property? Do you have lease paperwork you plan to use? These are just a few of the things a Realtor will take care of for you if you hire one. I would love the opportunity to speak with you further on what services I can offer to make your life easier.

I look forward to speaking with you!

Kate Stout

954 895 6939

Castelli Real Estate Services
3908 N. Ocean Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Wed Dec 23, 2015
Romina Benesch answered:
Hello, Tomorrow Thursday 24th, between 11-12 AM I will be run an open house in this apartment in Pembroke Pines 9640 NW 2nd Street Unit 106 . 1 bedroom Lake and clubhouse view !.I hope to see you there ... more
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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!


Jacob Edri PA

The K Company Realty LLC

Phone: 954-400-9116
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Tue Mar 10, 2015
lewisremington19 answered:
That is a really scary position to be in. I would recommend calling a real estate attorney and then call the landlord and see if you can work anything out. They shouldn't just turn off the services without warning.
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Thu Jan 8, 2015
LaTonia Hope answered:
Please review the terms of your current lease. Under normal circumstances (in Ohio), a landlord must provide 24 hours notice before entering your home for any reason except an emergency. However, you must be clear about what you've signed and agreed to. Your local Housing Court Specialist should be able to help you sort out any challenges or questions about your legal tenant rights in your state right over the phone. Your local Bar association, as well as any non-profit tenant rights organizations may also be great avenues for you to explore, for free. ... more
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Wed Jun 4, 2014
Gary Hitchcock answered:
It really depends on what you set your thermostat and if you work from home, etc. too many variables to guess.
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Thu May 15, 2014
Richard Seaman answered:
Just like any place there are a few neighborhoods that aren't the best. Give me a call or email and id be happy to give you some feedback.

Best of luck,
Richard Seaman
International Realty of Florida LLC
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Hi Savannah

Thanks for your question and regret the problem you have.

Its likely you will land up suing each other, so consult an attorney.

The Challenge is that you moved out and left stuff behind.

Furthermore, its not clear whether you have a Piece of Document which is the Lease.

But by writing a Check each month and the landlord accepting there is a Business
Transaction happening. Its very likely you will win, but ask a City Attorney.

Good luck.
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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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Sat Jan 25, 2014
Gina Lilu David answered:
i have one in the enclave in miramar/ pines near red road
pls call me at 305-720-7313
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Wed Jan 15, 2014
Jacob Edri answered:
IT ALL DEPENDS IN THE CONDO DOCS!!! If the condominium docs state they are allowed to enter your unit when ever they want then you have no choice, if this is an actual apartment complex then i would advise you to read your lease, 9 times out of 10 the office will work with you to help resolve the issue

if I can be of any other help please feel free my contact information is below.



Jacob Edri

Real Estate Sales Associate

Aspect Realty

1881 N. University Dr. #102

Coral Springs , FL 33071

Direct: (954) 400-9116

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Sun Jan 12, 2014
Marlix Turner answered:
Depende que donde quiere vivir!
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