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Thu Feb 2, 2012
Jeimy Capote answered:
Para mi seria un placer poder ayudarles. Comunicate conmigo
sin ningun compromiso.
Jeimy Capote
OD Realty Group
Cel: 305-801-1545
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Wed Jan 12, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consider asking your case worker for a list of available rentals, also check with any local realty offices, check local print media for by owner rentals, word of mouth, etc.
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Thu May 13, 2010
Stephen Katz answered:
With it's location near the beach, a very vibrant community, spectacular views and a low crime rate, I would literally recommend Hialeah Florida to everyone that wants to purchase a home. But these superlatives also mean that Hialeah is not for everyone. It has one of the highest property rates in Florida and also has the highest costs of living in the United States.

Which is why when people ask me about property options in this area, I always ask them if the idea of buying a property here is a long-term option?

One possible reason for this is that a huge percentage of the houses in the Hialeah market are so big, as one potential customer from the north said it ” you can park three SUV'S in the living room". The maintenance of these houses alone is enough to make some customers really weary.

But there is no question that apartments and condo units are thriving here, they are small and far more easy to maintain and more affordable. A huge percentage of customer's refer this type of accommodation.
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Sun Jan 6, 2008
Ines Hegedus-Garcia answered:
Maggie, you need to contact an attorney to at least get your deposit money back. Once they sell the property, you should be able to get your money. Sometimes the bank will even let renters stay in the property while it's being shown. ... more
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