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Wed Apr 24, 2013
Marta Rosario answered:
Hello,

You can google apartments for rent or you can go to grocery stores and get apartment booklets. The amount of rent it will depend on the are that you pick. You can always try to get some government assistant. Good Luck.

Marta M. Rosario
Charles Rutenberg Realty Agent
407-232-4333
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Tue Dec 11, 2012
Jonathan Schaffer answered:
Hi Marlena,
If you are looking to rent a property out you need to be able to show you income level. If you are getting alimony, child support, SSI, or anything. We need to see paperwork on that or direct deposits.
You still need to fill out an App and we would do a credit and criminal background check.

Please check the website out to see if anything fits what you are looking for. http://www.allcountysterling.com

Good Luck,
Jon

Jon Schaffer, Property Manager/Realtor
All County Sterling Property Management
Office: 407-674-5601 Ext. 5
Fax: 407-674-5631
E-mail: jschaffer@allcountysterling.com http://www.allcountysterling.com


"The finest compliment I can receive is a referral"
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Sun Dec 2, 2012
peter chang answered:
Well depends if the key was given to you or not, Besides you don't want to be moving in to a home not feeling welcomed not worth the headache just ask for the deposit back and wish them the best and good luck. ... more
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Sun Jun 30, 2013
David Dowell answered:
You can put both names on if you wish. It won't matter. I am also a bankruptcy attorney and see these things every day. In today's market, so many people have credit problems. As long as one of you has a good income and good credit, you're fine. Even with a bankruptcy you could rent. Cash talks. You may need another month up front though if both of you filed. Start looking today. You'll find something in the nice areas. ... more
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Thu Oct 18, 2012
Jonathan Schaffer answered:
Do you have your bylaws from your HOA? Sometimes they put that in the HOA handbook.

Good Luck,
Jon




Jon Schaffer, Property Manager/Realtor
All County Sterling Property Management
Office: 407-674-5601 Ext. 5
Fax: 407-674-5631
E-mail: jschaffer@allcountysterling.com
www.allcountysterling.com


"The finest compliment I can receive is a referral"
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Sat Aug 4, 2012
Linda Jokbengboon answered:
30 days. Of you looked at something today and fell in love with it, even with a deposit, it's hard to justify to an owner a reason to hold it off the market for that long. They can usually find a tenant to move in sooner than that. ... more
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Sun Jul 8, 2012
Mitchell Gover answered:
As long as you had an acceptable rental payment history on your apartment in Ohio, and your other credit is decent, you should be fine. They'll want to see source of income as well. Best of luck with your move. If I can be of help in finding a rental, please contact me. ... more
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Wed Jun 27, 2012
Carol Bauza answered:
Hi Valerie,

Have you done a rental CMA in the MLS?
Could be a place to start.

Carol Bauza
Charles Rutenberg Realty
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Fri Aug 24, 2012
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello SDavis,
You can contact the local tax assessor or county (city) clerk's office for Orlando in order to determine if the home you are leasing is in the foreclosure process as the lender will have placed a lien on the property.

Also, if you have signed lease agreement with your landlord then you must continue to pay the rent regardless if the owner is being foreclosed on. Your lease contract is with the owner; not the bank so you are still liable for the terms on the lease.

Good luck to you!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Tony and Holly Galarza answered:
Hey there... has anyone been able to help you with your question? If not, it is probably in your best interest to search sites like rentals.com, homes.com/rentals, etc... and then contact the agent listing directly of the the properties that you like. They will be able to help you the most. Otherwise you will have to contact a realtor to help you which is not always a great move when looking to rent a property. They just don't make much money on the deal and they are usually pretty easy to get on your own.

If you have any questions that I can answer for you regarding rentals, purchasing, etc... please give me a shout. I would love to be a resource for you if need be.

I own a real estate team here in Orlando, FL that can assist you with any real estate need that you might have. We are ready when you are.

Good luck

Tony Galarza, Realtor/CEO
KG Realtor Group of Keller Williams Realty
407-429-2040
tony@kgrhomes.com
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Wed May 23, 2012
Nick Horton answered:
My name is Nick Horton, I am the broker of Banner International Real Estate. We specialize in the rental and management of residential properties throughout Central Florida. I would be very happy to discuss your client's needs, please call me Tel. 407-733-7197. ... more
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Sun Oct 12, 2014
Nadine Mauro answered:
Hi Shandbry18,

There should be no reason for you not to be able to rent in Florida long term.

You should double check with you country of residence to make sure your passports, visas, etc. will allow the long term rental. I also know some countries will limit your health benefits if you are out of the country too long.

If I can be of further service please let me know.
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Fri Mar 23, 2012
Alan Martin answered:
Sure , we can help if you qualify Please contact virginia@frontlinefloridarealty.com
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Wed May 23, 2012
Mike Sperling answered:
Ask for a copy of all the lease paperwork to read through at your leisure before signing. That way you know what the expectations are for that particular rental. Talk to some of the neighbors or ask for referrals about the landlord or property management if they own more than one unit.
Hope that helps.
Mike
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Sun Mar 4, 2012
Julie Carberry answered:
Fri Sep 22, 2017
Oleg Polonsky answered:
Mr. Mike Wald brings up a good point. Assuming your credit is currently not so good - it indicates that you might have issues paying your rent in a timely fashion (past performance hinting at future results). As a compensating factor - you may need to put down several months worth of rent upfront. As long as you have the money - it is the ticket. ... more
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Tue Dec 20, 2016
Terri Vellios answered:
The question is do people offer Rent to Own homes on Trulia? Sometimes. Your best bet is to contact a Broker who will reach out and research what my be available for you. They are very rare to find. The Broker can call and ask if the seller/home owner would be option to a rent to own. Usually, it doesn't make financial sense, as their is risk involved to both sides.

All the best to you.
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Tue Oct 4, 2011
Jen Babacan answered:
Hi Fab,
You are entitled to live in your home until the end of your lease. If your home sells, then the new owner will be your landlord until your lease is up. They may offer you money to move out. This has happened many times in my experience.
All the best,
Jen
Galleria International Realty
Cell (954) 648-7334
jenbabacan@live.com
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Mon Jan 30, 2012
407-For-Rent / 407-367-7368 answered:
Hire a new manager you can trust, any reputable company has a built in escape clause.
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Wed Feb 23, 2011
Alan Martin answered:
My undrstanding is that you will not get it renewed next year as you will not qualify if yoy move out. BUT chack with the county tax collector
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