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Tips to Find a Rental Unit

Where to Look:

  • Classified Section of local newspapers under housing for rent or lease or apartments for rent or lease
  • Bulletin boards in stores, laundromats, churches, credit unions, supermarkets, etc.
  • Friends, neighbors, relatives may know of available units
  • Yard signs advertise rentals
  • Real estate offices or rental agencies

Make An Appointment:

  • Ask for an appointment to see the home/unit.
  • Be sure to keep it and to be on time.
  • Check out the surrounding neighborhood on your visit.

Questions To Ask Prospective Landlords:

  • Name, address & phone number of the owner or agent
  • Full address of the home/unit
  • Number of bedrooms
  • Amount of rent
  • Amount of Security Deposit
  • Which utilities, if any, are included in the rent
  • Any restrictions, such as no pets, etc.
  • Will you be responsible for lawn maintenance

Note: You have the right to select any eligible unit available for lease, and are not obligated to choose a Hialeah Housing Authority owned unit if there are some available for lease.

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