That's a good question! You should work directly with an agent who can help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's Trulia listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!
Ali, Trulia Voices Community Manager... more
Most condo associations will not allow pets....that being said I would call the association and verify for myself. It doesn't hurt to ask the association.
Bruce Bedwell Agent
Keller Williams Realty Gulf Coast, Seminole
727-638-4665 Agent cell... more
4035 12 Ave. S. is a short sale that is showing as Active with Contract. This means there is a ratified contract between the Seller and the Buyer contingent on the Seller's Lenders approval since the loans are more the the current market value of the property. Short Sales are often left Active with Contract to allow them to be able to continue to market the property and accept back up offers, incase the current Buyer walks. Short sales do take an indefinite amount of time to close and have a high fall through rate. Most lenders want to see an initial commitment of escrow and at least 120 days from Buyers, to get the lender(s) approval. After the 120 days the time is often extended or the Buyer may walk. This house has been on the market a little over 6 months, but the last time it actually sold was in 2007.
I feel an informed client makes the best decisions regarding their real estate needs. Let me know if I can be of assistance.
Rental properties demands remains very solid with rent's rising 5.6 percent nationally year over year. With rental market booming is almost expected to get an increase in your rental every year. What you should find out if that increase of a 3 percent is legal in the area that you are renting out the condominium.
There are no answers to this yet because Realtors can't comment on an area being "good" or "bad". It's considered steering and it's illegal. I'm assuming that's what you mean by fringe area. That said, are we talking 1st Ave or 1st Street, and north or south? At least I can tell you what's considered Old Northeast and what's not if that helps... Call me if any questions.
Liane Jamason, REALTOR
Smith & Associates Real Estate
The reason no one has answered your question here is that what you are asking for is below market in that area. The beaches tend to have either condos or older homes for rent. Condos tend to be pretty restrictive about pets. If they allow them at all it would be one pet, not two. Which leaves you with renting a home. Homes are going for premium prices in the Tampa Bay area these days. The only place in the Tampa Bay market area that I know of where you might be able to find a 2 or 3 bedroom / 2 bath house for under $1200 would be in the Brandon / Riverview area of Hillsborough county or Largo / Seminole / central St Petersburg in Pinellas. Brandon / Riverview the homes will be newer and more likely to rent to a tenant with two dogs. Homes in Pinellas will generally be older and less likely to rent to tenant with two dogs.
I do work with quite a few tenants and landlords. If you are still looking for a home for you and your dogs and would like some help or just to ask a few questions about the rental market in Tampa Bay, please give me a call (813) 417-3842 or send an email to Lea@LeaSellsRealEstate.com.
I promise not to bite :)
By the way, there's no cost to you for my services - the landlord's pay me!
Best of luck,
Lea Lagueux ePro, CDPE
Future Home Realty... more
There are many nice areas in St. Pete. But knowing more about your needs would help to narrow down what you are looking for. Private School? Public School? Price range? Size needed to rent? Renting a house, condo, townhome? Do you need to be close to the interstate, beach, downtown. These answers would be helpful in finding the right place for you. You can give our office a call and speak to Clay Longstreth, (727) 643-6466, Property Manager. He might have a rental that interests you. Later, if you decide to purchase a property Jim Longstreth or I could help you with that process.
Tara May Webster Realtor
Your Neighborhood Realty Inc
Mobile 727-542-4219... more