Mayte52+, Other/Just Looking in Broward County, FL

i want to know if my rental property is in forclosure

Asked by Mayte52+, Broward County, FL Thu Jan 19, 2012

I just had a very odd conversation with my landlord, he mentioned that my leas has expired, I offered to sign another one he evaded the answer, i have upgraded my the fullest, I have offered him a list in may occasions of things that need to get repaired, never taking it. Inspectors have prohibited him from renting the next door apt, since is totally out of code, he asked me not to let the inspector in by any means to see my apt. He has been sited for many violations. But my question is really a concern I know how he functions.and his last words were to me that he will have turn the electricity off since I do not have a new lease, but never offered to give one. Could this duplex be or going to be under foreclosure,
How do I find this out ?

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Nadine Mauro, Agent, Lake Worth, FL
Sat Jan 21, 2012
Hi Mayte52+,

It is possible that the violations in the unit next door apply to the whole building, therefore he cannot renew the lease.

It doesn't sound like he wants to keep a tenant, so I'd suggest you start looking for a new apartment before the lights go out.

Nadine Mauro
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Ann Ryan, Agent, Doral, FL
Thu Jan 19, 2012
Mayte, regardless of the state of his property, what strikes me about this question is that YOU NEED TO FIND A NEW RENTAL. Don't worry about the landlord.... and I am sorry that you seem to have upgraded the property, and may get no return on that investment. What sort of rent do you want to pay, and where do you want to move... those are the only questions I think you should be focused on.

I'm happy either to help, or to find someone to help you, depending on where you're looking.

Best of luck, and please take care, your situation would make me a very nervous nelly.
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Angela Schra…, Agent, Pembroke Pines, FL
Thu Jan 19, 2012
You can look up this information at If you would like me to check for you, contact me privately and I'll be happy to check out the situation. If you don't have a current lease, you don't have much protection.

This doesn't sound like a good situation - I hope, however, that it works out well for you. Let me know if I can help.

Best of luck!

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Mott Marvin…, Agent, Sunny Isles Beach, FL
Thu Jan 19, 2012
Look up the address or owner name at - under most cases- a tenant and
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Roland Vinya…, Agent, Sprakers, NY
Thu Jan 19, 2012
Check the classified ads of your local paper and look in places where official notices are posted.
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