I hope you found a place to rent. I don't work with rentals directly so I would search through listings online and call local property management companies. Never wire or send money to someone posing as a landlord unless you have met them and have viewed the inside of the home.... more
I hope you were able to find a rental but if not, check Craigslist, Zillow, Trulia and local property management companies. Also, you can also visit https://www.rentometer.com/ to see how much rent prices are (you can do the same thing on Zillow).
Hope that helps and good luck with your search!
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So I'm confused on what the complaint is. If the lender is willing to give you your money back how are you losing? Regardless of where the money comes from it doesn't matter as long as you get it. Your landlord is not required to give you that money back. And it doesn't sound like he's going to. The borrower probably used that money you gave him to move into his place he's residing at now so he doesn't have the money anymore. That's a chance you take when you rent from a private person. If you would have rented from a property manager they would have checked to make sure the Notice of Default hadn't been filed. They wouldn't have let you move in if the property was in active foreclosure. Take the cash for keys and use that money to move into a new place. Cash for keys can be up to $5,000. So you are still a winner in this situation. Hope that helps.... more