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Rentals in Panama City Beach : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 13, 2016
John Guoth answered:
If you plan to come again this year please give us a call at 850-571-4069. I am sure that we will be able to help you out with your search.

John
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Fri Jul 15, 2016
Neil Roxas answered:
Hello,

We’re excited you’re using Trulia for your home search process. We are a real estate search engine so we don't represent the homes found on our site. Please follow these steps to begin your home search:

1. Click the "Rent' tab at the top of our homepage.
2. Enter your desired city and state in the search bar and hit Enter.
3. Click 'Max Price' to select what your highest price would be to pay for a home. Click 'Min Price' to set the lowest price you would pay.
4. Click 'More Filters'.
5. Select your preferred property type, square footage, etc.
6. Click the red 'Apply' button.

This will begin to pull up listings that are more tailored to what you are looking for.

If you are interested in a listing, click on the "Contact the agent" button to get in touch with a real estate professional in your area. You can also take advantage of our vast network of agents here:

http://www.trulia.com/directory/

We hope your experience with Trulia is memorable and thank you for using Trulia for all your real estate needs.


Jeo
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
The BEST place to live will be the one you are rarely at.

That means the BEST location provides the access and amenities for the individual to pursue their passion, stimulates their curiosity, provides new experience, assuages loneliness and isolation, the place that takes them into the community rather than planted in front of the flat screen. For many, these opportunities are available, but they turn their backs to them. So, for them, it will never be the PLACE that will identify BEST.

As you can see, the best place for you requires more data.

In the end, the moral to the story will be, "If you are not happy where you are, you won't be happy where you are going."

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax
Palm Harbor FL
727.420.4041
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Sun Nov 16, 2014
jfjfjfjf jfjfjfjf answered:
That shouldn't be an issue as long as you have proven income on your last tax return.
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Sun Nov 16, 2014
jfjfjfjf jfjfjfjf answered:
Most people are looking for a minimum credit score of 640 to sign a lease. But I would let the management company you are working with about your current situation. Provided you meet the income requirements and have a deposit I'm sure most will make allowances. However, that being said, each individual owner of the rental property has the final say so in whether or not they will be willing to rent the property to you. Just be upfront and honest with whomever you rent from and they will appreciate it. ... more
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Tue Jun 24, 2014
Christopher Arnold answered:
For a lease, you may want to look into Island Reserve, Laketown Wharf, Cabana Cay, and Alexa.
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Tue Mar 18, 2014
Trysh D. Sutton, Esq. asked:
One of her son's has stage 3 cancer and just completed chemo and radiation. The current home is unsafe. We have a team of men from our Church ready to move them asap. Deposit, credit, background…
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Kelly Klein answered:
You will want to call Ricky Ingram at 850-636-6662. It shows it is for rent for $900 per month. Good luck.

Warmly yours,
Kelly Klein, Lifeguard Real Estate, Inc.
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Tue Jan 14, 2014
stephen.strout answered:
Have a 2 bedroom 2 bath 1 block from beach (gated community )
Feel free to contact me at amystrout72@gmail.com
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Tue Jan 14, 2014
stephen.strout answered:
I have a rental property in PCB 1 block from the beach, furnished 2/2 feel free contact me
Amystrout72@gmail.com
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Fri Sep 20, 2013
Cheryl Ward answered:
I have 3 new homes left on the quiet west end of Panama City Beach in the Lake Powell Community of Turtle Cove. Starting at $249,180 with 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 Baths, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, tile flooring and more! Let me show you how you can purchase a home with a small down payment and D.R Horton will pay up to $7500 of the total closing costs if you use our preferred lender. If you select one of these fine realtors to represent you please ask them to bring you by Turtle Cove. It's a great location and great buy for the money.

Thank you,

Cheryl Ward
Turtle Cove
D.R. Horton
850-691-6645
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Joel Jadofsky answered:
you did some just post the same thing on every question.. the 10 I talked about were all rentals
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
Iryna W answered:
You can email me ( irinawhite@yahoo.com ) My rental property listing is here: 1640 58 Avenue S Greater Pinellas Point County, Saint Petersburg FL: ( 2 ba/2 bed town home, 10-15 min from beach, quite neighborhood, across the street from Lake Vista Park); http://www.trulia.com/rental/3127958313-1640-58-Ave-S-Greater-Pinellas-Point-County-Saint-Petersburg-FL-33712?ecampaign=con_day_rentalpropertycomp_bk&eurl=www.trulia.com%2Frental%2F3127958313-1640-58-Ave-S-Greater-Pinellas-Point-County-Saint-Petersburg-FL-33712 ... more
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Trevor Curran answered:
Good morning hmp102684,

I’m no real estate agent, just a humble Mortgage Banker, but I can give you some guidance on your search for the right rental apartment.

In my experience in the real estate trade, I’ve discovered that the consumer is best served by adopting some simple strategies, whether you’re buying a home, selling one, or renting an apartment.

First: remember that real estate agents work on commission. The better quality agents---and those with the most experience---will be testing you from the initial contact to determine if you’re serious and will commit to using their services. Why? Because real estate is like any other business; you don’t sit at a table in a restaurant to read the menu without actually buying food at some point. It’s the same concept: the experienced real estate professional has to earn a living by renting apartments to serious and qualified prospective renters.

Therefore, the smart consumer should be well-prepared and committed to respecting the real estate professional’s time. Prepare yourself with three fundamentals: amenities, location, and price.

Know your requirements for the apartment you wish to rent in terms of amenities (one bedroom versus three bedrooms; elevator building or private house), location (proximity to public transportation or need for parking), and price. If you present yourself as well-prepared you’ll have a better chance of working with an experienced agent who will work hard to find you the right apartment.

Second, start with the internet---especially TRULIA.com---but stay “local.” Here on TRULIA.com you can easily find a local professional by clicking on “FIND an AGENT” at the top of this page. There you can hone in on a seasoned professional in exactly the area where you wish to rent your apartment.

TRULIA provides exceptional tools to help you as a consumer understand the quality of the professional you’re working with. Read the agent’s profile; check out the recommendations from previous clients; get to know the level of experience of the agent and the areas that agent covers.

Third, real estate agents are prevented by Federal regulations from answering certain types of questions. They cannot discuss schools or school districts, crime statistics, and a variety of other issues prohibited by Fair Housing regulations. If your agent is vague when you ask certain types of questions, now you know why.

Finally, demonstrate your level of seriousness to your real estate agent. Show up on time for your appointments to view apartments. If you’re required to submit documents for the Landlord to review with your rental application, get them into your agent’s hands pronto. Not only does this help you potentially get one step ahead of a competing renter, but you’ll be viewed by the Landlord as a responsible renter. Landlords prefer responsible renters, don’t they?

I hope that helps you improve the results of your search for an apartment, and helps you with a better quality experience.

Trevor Curran
NMLS #40140

*If you thought my answer was helpful, please give me a “Thumbs Up” or “Best Answer.” Thanks!
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Thu Jul 25, 2013
Trevor Curran answered:
Good morning liztaylor1972,

I’m no real estate agent, just a humble Mortgage Banker, but I can give you some guidance on your search for the right rental apartment.

In my experience in the real estate trade, I’ve discovered that the consumer is best served by adopting some simple strategies, whether you’re buying a home, selling one, or renting an apartment.

First: remember that real estate agents work on commission. The better quality agents---and those with the most experience---will be testing you from the initial contact to determine if you’re serious and will commit to using their services. Why? Because real estate is like any other business; you don’t sit at a table in a restaurant to read the menu without actually buying food at some point. It’s the same concept: the experienced real estate professional has to earn a living by renting apartments to serious and qualified prospective renters.

Therefore, the smart consumer should be well-prepared and committed to respecting the real estate professional’s time. Prepare yourself with three fundamentals: amenities, location, and price.

Know your requirements for the apartment you wish to rent in terms of amenities (one bedroom versus three bedrooms; elevator building or private house), location (proximity to public transportation or need for parking), and price. If you present yourself as well-prepared you’ll have a better chance of working with an experienced agent who will work hard to find you the right apartment.

Second, start with the internet---especially TRULIA.com---but stay “local.” Here on TRULIA.com you can easily find a local professional by clicking on “FIND an AGENT” at the top of this page. There you can hone in on a seasoned professional in exactly the area where you wish to rent your apartment.

TRULIA provides exceptional tools to help you as a consumer understand the quality of the professional you’re working with. Read the agent’s profile; check out the recommendations from previous clients; get to know the level of experience of the agent and the areas that agent covers.

Third, real estate agents are prevented by Federal regulations from answering certain types of questions. They cannot discuss schools or school districts, crime statistics, and a variety of other issues prohibited by Fair Housing regulations. If your agent is vague when you ask certain types of questions, now you know why.

Finally, demonstrate your level of seriousness to your real estate agent. Show up on time for your appointments to view apartments. If you’re required to submit documents for the Landlord to review with your rental application, get them into your agent’s hands pronto. Not only does this help you potentially get one step ahead of a competing renter, but you’ll be viewed by the Landlord as a responsible renter. Landlords prefer responsible renters, don’t they?

I hope that helps you improve the results of your search for an apartment, and helps you with a better quality experience.

Trevor Curran
NMLS #40140

*If you thought my answer was helpful, please give me a “Thumbs Up” or “Best Answer.” Thanks!
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Kelly Klein answered:
Shannon,
That is just horrible. If you can email me off line at Kelly@KellyKleinSoldMine.com I would be happy to send you a full list of other rental potentials available.

Warmly yours,
Kelly
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Tue Jun 25, 2013
Rick Harper answered:
Good afternoon.. I can email some if you like. rick.harper@pelicanproperty.com is my email.
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