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Rental Basics in Tallahassee : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Oct 14, 2017
Terence Hinson answered:
Yes. If you are under lease and your lease will expire within 30 days, the landlord can show the property to secure another tenant. As a tenant, you must receive reasonable notice from your landlord. If the language is not contained in your lease, landlord/tenant issues should be covered under your state statutes, or city, county regulations. ... more
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Tue Feb 7, 2017
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Fri Jul 22, 2016
Jennmchenry1 answered:
Did you have much luck finding a place?? Coincidentally, I am looking for a place for September 1st near graduate students and/or young professionals for myself and my Australian Shepard ! :) ... more
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Brian F. Walsh answered:
Once you are signed in go to the bottom of the page to submitt your listings and enter your listing. Once it is listed it will appear under my listing and then thier will be a button the says update details and that is where you can edit your listing.

Good luck!
Brian
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Christy Alvarado answered:
I believe if you have received mail at this address, this makes you a resident of the home. If you have mail with your name on i, this is proof. They must then get an eviction (which will cost them money) to get you out. Keep in mind your time staying there would probably be miserable......I would just leave and be at peace. ... more
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Sebastian answered:
gaugellc, Home Buyer, Tallahassee, FL
First you should know your rights as a tenant. Google Florida Tenant landlord Act
Second make sure that you can actually afford the rent comfortably. poor payment history can follow you, even if you are not evicted.
Third, engage everything that runs on power, or has water flowing through it.
When in doubt, pay to have it inspected.
Finally, understand your lease BEFORE you sign it! Most ppl disregard this, and it can come back to haunt you.
A tenant and landlord both living up to their responsibilities makes everything.
smoother!

Best of luck to you, and email me if you have further questions
GaugeLLC@gmail.com
Sebastian
Property Manager' in Tallahassee
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Fri Apr 27, 2012
Melisa "Lisa" Smith answered:
There are property managers that do not do credits checks; however, as a property manager myself, if I have a prospective renter that is honest and upfront with me, their credit does not count against them in a case such as yours. Feel free to call me and we can discuss your options. If you are interested in purchasing, we work with mortgage brokers that do credit repair and purchase planning. Thank you
Melisa Smith, RE Broker; Executive Realty Services 850-528-5043
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Tue Mar 6, 2012
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What are some things to be aware of? What are some tips when negotiating a lease?
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