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Thu Mar 16, 2017
Mark LeMenager answered:
One bedrooms at Tradewinds rent for about $800 a month and two beds around $1,000 a month. No chance of getting $600 a month cash flow on a one bed. Probably not on a two bed either, although $500 a month looks doable. $6,000 free cash flow on a property costing under $100,000 is not a bad return. ... more
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Mon Sep 26, 2016
Coachmillie24fit answered:
Hello im looking for a house to rent. with maybe with the option to own in the Orlando area. looking for a 3 + bdroom.
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Tue Sep 13, 2016
Mark LeMenager answered:
NO, it is not for sale. What is posted is information from the courts.
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Sun Sep 27, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
Unless you are a licensed real estate agent, you cannot post listings directly to Trulia. Try Zillow.
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Tue Mar 31, 2015
Flaure Jean-Pierre answered:
Please let me know if you need any assistance with selling the property. I will be more than happy to help you!

Flaure Jean-Pierre, Realtor®
Keller Williams at the Parks
407-791-6594
flaure23@gmail.com
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Tue Mar 31, 2015
Abraham Bidhendi answered:
Hi Luis:

If you need the help of a realtor marketing your property please feel free to click on our pictures to see our background. We have a history of setting record highs in most communities that we sell homes in so I am confident we can help you as well.

Sincerely,

Abraham Bidhendi
Top Producer Realtor with over 26 years of experience
Awarded as Exit's TOP Buyer side Transactions for the State of Florida
Exit Realty Access, LLC
Direct: (407) 744-2533
Fax: (407) 444-9925
Email: REOsofflorida@msn.com
Search Entire MLS At: http://abidhendi.orlandopropertiesonline.com/search
Kissimmee Office: 391 N. Main St., Kissimmee, FL 34741
Altamonte Springs Office: 660 Palm Springs Dr., Suite D, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
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Wed Feb 11, 2015
Gary Geer answered:
Marie,
You need to talk to and work with a local agent in this area. A double deposit may help. Local agents have information from their MLS regarding active real estate rental listings. ... more
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Fri Jan 23, 2015
Mark LeMenager answered:
Hi Marie, you posted the same thing yesterday and one agent want to know your question. Lot's of people here would like to help, but you actually need to add some details. We've got no idea you mean. ... more
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Mon Feb 17, 2014
Mark LeMenager answered:
Sorry, but you are several years to late to get something you would really like to live in for that price.
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Mon Dec 23, 2013
Abraham Bidhendi answered:
HI There:

It really depends on what is your definition of inexpensive. I see you are from of California. I used to leave in Orange County for 10 years and most of high priced neighborhoods here would be considered inexpensive in comparison to Orange County for example.

To reflect this into numbers: Windermere is one of the nicest areas close to Orlando and with about $350K you can purchase a nice single family home there.

If you want to stay at a lower price point with about $250K you can purchase a beautiful home in Kissimmee or Saint Cloud area area in a nice gated community. Within the same price range you can be within gates of Providence in Davenport which has been voted as the best community to live in the region by Parade of home for 3 consecutive years.

If you want to stay lower Cities like Clermont are laid back, nice family oriented feel and mostly "A" rated schools. You can purchase a home in Clermont for around $150K to $200K.

So a lot to choose from depending on your budget.

Feel free to send me an email to REOsofflorida@msn.com and give me some more details of what you are looking for and I would be more than happy to help you through the process.

Abraham Bidhendi
Top Producer Realtor® with over 26 years of experience
Awarded as Exit's TOP Buyer side Transactions for the State of Florida
Exit Realty Access, LLC
Direct: (407) 744-2533
Fax: (407) 444-9925
Email: REOsofflorida@msn.com
Search Entire MLS At: http://abidhendi.orlandopropertiesonline.com/search
Kissimmee Office: 391 N. Main St., Kissimmee, FL 34741
Altamonte Springs Office: 660 Palm Springs Dr., Suite D, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
David Ramos answered:
Tamisha,

There's many options available for you if you are looking to rent. However, the best thing I could suggest is to contact a property manager, that way they can guide to which property you should consider... ... more
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Kpaschal answered:
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Sat Dec 1, 2012
Jeff Stulz answered:
Steve, Just to educate you on this, you failed to also share this as you do not know the circumstances : if the foreclosure of the borrower's main residence was the result of extenuating circumstances, an exception may be granted if they have since established good credit. This does not include the inability to sell a home when transferring from one area to another.


there is USDA Possibility as well as Portfolio lender they keep the Mortgage in house after 1 year it is considered seasoned and they can sell it as a FHA even it if the Underwriters requirements do not at that time qualify for FHA.
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Wed Aug 8, 2012
Antonio Vega-Pacheco answered:
If you are buying in Orlando, which is a small city by all standards you should look into single family homes not condos. A 3/2/2 SFH or 4/2/2 has the best rental chances on the market. Also almost guaranteed you will end up with smaller HOA fees and therefore more available income. Also future resale value will be significantly better and easier to find a buyer.

Tony Vega
La Rosa Realty
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Wed Mar 21, 2012
Carlos Herrera answered:
Pretty much summed up the answers below. You cannot stop paying rent unless the landlord is not fulfilling any part of the lease and after you've notified him in writing of the problem givine him time to "cure" the issue.

Aside from that, there is no reason for you to avoid or stop paying rent to the landlord. You can face eviction just like any other rental situation in which the tenant stops paying rent.

Best of luck!
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Sun Jul 17, 2011
Javier Rodriguez answered:
Hello!

I will have 2 new listings in Magnolia Court Condos and one of them is a 1/1. The list price will be $21,900. Property is currently tenant occupied so you migth be able to rent to tenant. The property address is 7658 FOREST CITY RD UNIT E ORLANDO, FL 32810.

I should have the listings by Wednesday this week.

Let me know if you are interested.

Javier Rodríguez
HouseStar Realty Group Inc.
Real Estate Broker
Lic: BK703443
Certified SFR Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource

: 407.429.5243 | Cell: 407.301.3401 | Fax: 407.373.0064 | eFax: 407.264.6260
: jrodriguez@housestarrealty.com
: Main Office: 1033 Semoran Blvd Suite 245 | Casselberry, FL | 32707 USA
: Branch Office: 13538 Village Park Suite 260 | Orlando, FL | 32837 USA
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Tue May 24, 2011
Jeff Holloway answered:
For every 2 jobs created, 1 gets to buy a home. For every 2 jobs lost, someone loses a home. Prices will go up when there is more demand than inventory.
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Fri Mar 18, 2011
Mark LeMenager answered:
All depends on where you buy. If you are talking about poorly funded condo developments, then yes I would expect to see prices continue to drop. If you are talking about housing in the Lake Nona area, then I would expect to see prices significantly higher two years from today because as soon as the 2 new hospitals start to hire there will be thousands of new residents looking for housing. ... more
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
April Crowder answered:
You can get short sale leads from the court house when they are filed. These will be published in a local newspaper. I have done numerous short sales and it use to be that you could get better deals from short sales. However, in today's market you can get as good or better deals when they show up as foreclosures in MLS. It is true, that you will have more competition but in the long run you will do a lot less work. Short sales today are difficult and time consuming and there is no guarantee they will even work out. Another option to think about, is bidding at the court house steps. Banks are now taking less than what is owed at the courthouse steps. Again, there will be some competition there but generally no more than two or three bidders. Still another option, would be to track bid results at the courthouse, and do upset bids. I have done all of these except for an upset bid. Good luck with your investing! ... more
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