yes. it is possible to find rentals through many web sites. VRBO is one site. finding a realtor in the town you want to rent is another better way.
get in touch with a local realtor who can help you through this process, and be loyal to the one you trust.. banks advertise then sometimes pull the properties so you'll see them come on and off the market. sometimes they (the bank) decide to rehab them to get them back up to market value. by going to the clerk of court docket you can watch the property and the status. the foreclosed parties have until the last min. to remedy their predicament.
if you find the right agent, they will answer your questions. and if they can't answer your question right away, give them an opportunity to research and get back with you.
quit claim deed through the county court house.
about 2 months before your move in date. 30 days to look and find and about (but not always) 30 days for application, lease review, move-in clean up, etc. any sooner and the property manager will be hesitant to hold the property off the market and not charge you. if you look any sooner, it could be a disappointing waste of time because of that.
about 2 months in advance, give 30 days for applications and such. any sooner and the property manager won't want to hold the property off the market....
have you had any success yet? if not, call me or email me! : )
there are three more units available through our MLS for rent from $725 (2) to $750 (1) per month as well. please call me so we can schedule an appointment to see the home. Serving Gainesville Since 1972!
you should talk to your mortgage lender about your finances. the realtor needs only the pre-qaul letter to get things going.
check out my listings. i have this listing at 230 Wayne Street, Mayo FL with all the trimmings.
No. You can pick any lender you want to work with, and who will work well with you in the state you are purchasing in. I send my buyers to a local mortgage brokerage company. It's one stop shopping.
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