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Rentals in Century Village : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 16, 2016
Jose Ortega answered:
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Fri Sep 16, 2016
Jose Ortega answered:
You will need a letter from your doctor stating that your cat is an emotional support animal because of your current mental state. Take the letter to the property management company and submit a payment of $75 and they will give you the paperwork to complete with instructions of to whom it shall be presented to. If you fail to register your cat and it is discovered, the association will order your immediate eviction. ... more
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Wed Apr 27, 2016
Milenamolinacantos answered:
West Palm has a lot of condos for rent. We are very careful with our community, it is only for 55+, limited rental for unit to prevent loose the privilages of been a 55 + comunity.
Look on Azalea A[partment, Vista Lago, etc, they have a lot apartment for rent. Good luck. ... more
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Wed Jan 8, 2014
Katie Ingram answered:
Hi Jim~

Monthly rentals are hard to find, especially in adult communities. Most have a minimum 90 day rental period. Century Village has some of the more strict rules and regulations.

Katie Ingram, Realtor®, CDPE, CFA
Keller Williams Realty
561.389.7863 /
* Serving Buyers & Sellers in South Florida since 1999
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Tue Dec 31, 2013
Katie Ingram answered:
Hi Rosa!

There are variety of active adult communities throughout Palm Beach County with options to rent or purchase.

If you plan to purchase, you should allow at least 30 days from contract to close, especially if you will be financing.

If you plan to rent, keep in mind that every neighborhood with a governing association will require time to process your application. I always advise my clients to allow 4 weeks for this process.

Katie Ingram, Realtor®, CDPE, CFA
Keller Williams Realty
561.389.7863 /
* Serving Buyers & Sellers in South Florida since 1999
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Fri Dec 20, 2013
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Sat Aug 17, 2013
campbelllaura5592 answered:
Yes 55 & above & this is a terrible place to live very, very nosey people there I have I 've lived there before Everyone there is always in your biz talks about you behind your back & I wouldn't recommend for anyone to move there. its literally a nightmare ... more
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Mon Aug 5, 2013
James Torrance answered:
Good morning and welcome to my website You have reached a live person and I am here to help you with your new home search. I see that you have signed you for the Listing Alert service which sill send you free daily email alerts that provide you listings on the MLS that match your new home search criteria. When you find houses that you would like to preview, I will be happy to set appointments for you to do so.
Also, if I can provide any help in getting you pre-approved for your home loan I am here to assist you through that process as well.
Please feel free to call or email me with any of your new home search questions.


James Torrance- Broker Owner
Keller Williams Realty-Palm Beach

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Fri May 31, 2013
Tom Priester answered:

There are a few different options when contemplating a rent to own home in Jupiter and none of them is easy to find. Two option involve two legal documents, the lease itself and then either an option or purchase agreement. The option gives you the right to purchase the home at a specified price, for a specified time in exchange for consideration (the option payment). The purchase agreement is a normal purchase agreement with an extended closing date which is typically at the end of the lease. In most cases, the best use of either of these type of agreements is to allow the purchaser time to either sell an existing residence or sort out credit issues that is preventing financing at this time. You could also look for owner financing but so much really depends on your situation and what is preventing you from purchasing at this time. With owner financing you can expect to need a sunstantial down payment and pay a bit above market rate for interest. if you can find someone willing to enter into this type of agreement.

A lot depends on your particular situation and it is something you should discuss at length with a professional Realtor® who can fully explain this process to see if it makes sense for you. It is very difficult in a strong real estate market to find an opportunity that makes sense but so much depends on how long you need an option for and what you are willing to pay for the right.

Always at Your Service,

Tom Priester e-PRO
"Results Driven Real Estate"

Keller Williams Realty
561 308-0175
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