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Thu Mar 23, 2017
Babettescott asked:
Thu Feb 23, 2017
Cafiacontreras asked:
I need help finding a rental in west palm beach or surrounding areas. I have an eviction on my credit from 2015. I have a full time job and looking to rent a 1 or two bedroom apt or home…
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Sun Jan 15, 2017
Jonathan Klurfeld, Esq. answered:
That will be extremely difficult absent renting a room in a house from someone with rents in the West Palm area. Even 1 bedroom units are averaging nearly doubt that.

Further, to be totally frank, it is unlikely a realtor is going to get involved as even if the landlord offers commission to a realtor, it will be 1/2 month or $350. After splitting that with the broker (broker takes 10-40%) it is simply a losing proposition for that realtor to even get involved with the time required.

He may want to try rental websites like zillow, truila, hotpads, apartments.com, etc. and enter his search criteria. I just dont think he will find anything in that price range. I just did a quick search for $700 max rent on apartments.com from north up to Juno and south down to Delray and 2 units came up; one a studio and one a 1 bed 1 bath. Rent values are just not that low around here.
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Fri Oct 7, 2016
Saige Realty Group answered:
Hello:

The best way to recover from an eviction is to conclude your last rental transaction. You should reach out to your previous landlord and agree upon an settlement amount in writing. Make sure you follow through with your side of the agreement. You should keep a notarized copy of the agreement and a copy of the cashiers check. You cannot ignore the eviction landlords have become more resourceful at uncovering your previous rental history. You're more likely to find a new landlord if you can show proof that you do not owe any money to a previous landlord. Regardless of the circumstances that lead to the eviction it will be impossible to rent from a new landlord with an unpaid eviction. You should also explore apartment communities again you'll need proof that the eviction has been paid. If you're unfamiliar with how to create an agreement you can seek advice @ https://www.seekcoverage.com. Please have an attorney review the agreement before you sign it and have an attorney make sure your rights are protected. You can rent after an eviction but you must deal with the situation head on.

Bernadine Turpin
Lic. Real Estate Broker
561-277-1555 (office)
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Wed Jul 27, 2016
Lex1990 asked:
I just relocated to the West Palm Beach area from the Central Florida area and I'm currently looking to rent ASAP. Two years ago my apartment complex filed an eviction against me while I…
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Mon May 9, 2016
Jasminel_b asked:
I need help finding a rental in west Palm Beach FL. I have prior evictions from years ago that can be explained. Nothing recent. No more than 1,000 a month. I really need help Asap. Let…
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Sat Apr 16, 2016
Tiffany Santamaria answered:
Hi Tandra,

I might be able, to help and if i cant; I will guide you in the best direction.
I am a Realtor that handles all of South Florida.
Here is my email: ts0143@yahoo.com
Send me all of the exact details and I will send you listings that will meet your criteria.
When are you looking to move by?
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Thu Mar 24, 2016
E.goodman513 asked:
Charged me $100 for his service to put in my "application" with no such luck and just ended up taking my deposit back and losing my $100. Is there any reputable Realtor/Private owner out…
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Sat Mar 5, 2016
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Sun Jan 24, 2016
Maida answered:
Hi Karen,

Im a realtor in Palm Beach Gardens. If you still need help with this please feel free to email me at maida@leibowitzrealty.com

Maida Wallsh
Lic. Realtor
Leibowitz Realty Group
maida@leibowitzrealty.com
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Tue Dec 8, 2015
Michelle Derrin answered:
Check out my webpage http://www.michellederrin.yourkwagent.com! You can search from my website or download my app for your smartphone and see all the rentals in the area! Call me if you see something of interest to you and I will arrange a showing. Good luck in your search. ... more
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Wed Jun 3, 2015
Chad Barrett Penner Esq answered:
I suggest driving around the city and finding where you want to live. Then, find yourself a Realtor that knows the area and the HOPA communities within it. Drive through those communities at different times of the day and ask your Realtor to look into the ones you like. From there, go looking with your Realtor and find your home. It is also important to figure out the financing available in these communities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have pulled out of financing for a lot of these communities and especially condominiums. It is good to have a Realtor that has aligned himself with knowledgeable lenders to help you with this. Good Luck! ... more
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Mon Feb 16, 2015
morgana church answered:
Same here! Good luck! Let me know if you get in touch with anybody!
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Mon Dec 16, 2013
Michelle Moody answered:
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Joan Zimmerman answered:
Sabrina,

I have worked with several section 8 clients and also keep an inventory of properties. Please give
me a call as I can help you. When do you want to move in? You can email me at joan_wpb@yahoo.com or call me at 561.294.8712 all day today I will be in the office.

Sincerely,
Joan Zimmerman

Continental Properties
2240 Palm Beach Blvd.
West Palm Beach, Fl. 33409
561.294.8712 daytime
561.792.2330 evenings
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