Hi everyone, I own a condo on Lincoln av. miami beach. I found a tenant by myself starting next june.

Asked by jennifer smith, 33139 Tue Mar 17, 2009

There is apparently no need of a broker to establish a rental contract or am I mistaking? What risk is there if both tenant/landlord agree and sign a lease together without any professional broker? Thank you

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Chris Lyon, Agent, Venice, FL
Tue Mar 17, 2009
Jennifer,

Congrats on finding a renter. No you don't need a broker to write a lease contract but you may want to do your homework. Make sure you are using a good rental contract and check out the renters past history. I recomend pulling a credit report and checking past landlords. Check the prior landlord not there current because they are more likely to be honest with you.

Good Luck
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Jenny Gurevi…, Agent, Cooper City, FL
Thu Dec 4, 2014
Hello, Jennifer. No , you don;'t need assistance of realtor. You can buy a " Lease Agreement" forms in office depot . Make sure you screen your tenant well before letting him in .
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