My family and I are relocating from Indiana and are looking to rent a house before we buy, but we don't have

Asked by Ladybug12, Lake Nona, Orlando, FL Fri Jul 17, 2009

great credit. Are we going to run into problems renting a place because of this? We have a great steady income coming in every month plus we both plan to work.

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Megan Trumba…, , Essex Junction, VT
Mon Sep 6, 2010
Most people’s dream is to own a home near the water, whether it is near a river, bay, or lake especially those people who love water sports activities. For many people, the view of sunsets and sunrises on a calm lake brings the feelings of peacefulness, serenity, and happiness. If you are one of the people who love to own a lakefront home, then following is a guide to buy a lakefront house.

Before you buy the lakefront real estate property that you want, you must first determine the exact reason why you will buy it in the first place. What are the types of activities that you plan on doing? Are you into boating, swimming, or fishing? These common water activities cannot be done on just any type of water. So, be sure that the water on the lakefront property that you are about to purchase can accommodate your desires and needs. You may also want to decide whether you want a rural surrounding or if you like a more urbanized one. Choose the best one accordingly.

Another is be aware of laws whether state, federal, or local that may affect your ownership of lakefront property. Research about these laws before you decides to buy the lakefront property that you are eying. Keep in mind that as lakefront soon to be home owner, it will be your responsibility to well protect the lake environment for the future generations. This is called stewardship and this practice must be taken seriously. Protecting well the natural shoreline of your lakefront property will not only benefit the Mother Earth but also your investment too.

Next is to ensure that the water quality meets your standard. Water cannot be changed and with the future alterations of your land such as landscaping, etc, water is the only thing that cannot be change. This is why; you must choose the quality of water that suits your requirements. Well, ideally your shoreline requirement is sandy because the more mucky the shoreline is, the more unpleasant to walk on. This is similar to the lake bottom. Then, if you plan on fishing on the lake, be sure that you know exactly the species of fish that lives within it.

Another guide to buy a lakefront house is choosing clearer lake water. The clearer your lake water, the better it is. It commands a much higher property values and prices for sellers.

Article found on: http://www.openmarketrealty.com/blog/guide-to-buy-a-lakefron…

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Charlene Mel…, , Orlando, FL
Thu Jul 23, 2009
Ladybug12,

My company has just partnered with a company that handles all kinds of rental situations. Please send me an email or give me a call and I will put you in touch with a representative that can help you find the perfect rental home.

Charlene Melcher
http://www.cflhousesearch.com
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Gay Middleton, , Orlando, FL
Sat Jul 18, 2009
Hi Ladybug,

I have personal contacts with a few people that have properties for rent. They may talk with you under my recommendation. Please call if you are interested and I will help you make the contacts. We are here to help.

Regards,
Gay Middleton
Realtor**Moving You in the Right Direction
gaymiddleton@orlandohomeresales.com
407.493.3699
Web Reference:  http://www.gaymiddleton.com
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Debbie Irons, Agent, Orlando, FL
Sat Jul 18, 2009
Hello,
You may have a litte more trouble finding a place to rent with the low credit but gathering references, positive letters from your employer, previous rental and/or mortgage history (if positive) and of course cash up front make a difference. I am a realtor in the Lake Nona area and I couple be helpful in your search for a rental and a home. Feel free to visit my website at http://www.NonaLiving.com or give me a call at (407) 908-2890. Good luck in your move! Debbie Irons, Orlando Classic Homes
Web Reference:  http://www.NonaLiving.com
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