Have you seen anything on the rental America site? I`m moving to Nashville and trying to decide if it`s a scam. Read the message; 😍Hey Alisa We have tried to give you the most comprehensive list of tips that should help you avoid rental fraud and find your perfect place without a problem. We think this is all the information you need for your rental trip, this should help you recognize a scammer. However, even the most attentive person can sometimes miss a detail and be the victim of rent fraud. A real estate administrator or landlord will find a way to organize someone they trust to meet you and show you in. After all, it`s a transaction — they want a good tenant to protect their assets, and you want a good place to live. If they don`t seem to care about who you are by asking for a background check or your rental history, they`re probably fooling you. This is proof that you could be the victim of a Craigslist scam. If the landlord makes you too easy to live in their rent, then you have to be very careful. Scammers often hope that someone will be caught in a “big business” and run with money of their own. I decided to put the house on Craigslist in person after realizing that the realtor I was working with was inflating the rent and making it difficult to get a tenant because he was greedy and wanted more money from my property, I already took ownership of him and I already ordered the removal of his posted ads and sign it in front of the house.
What, I`m sure it will happen very soon. NO REAL ESTATE AGENT IS INVOLVED IN THIS RENTAL. If you are looking for a “rent to own” option is a 10% refundable option is required and it will be strictly a leasing option which means that if you decide to move and not buy the house after the expiry of your rental agreement, you will receive your option fee. The option fee and total monthly rent also go in the direction of the total cost of the house each time you are ready to close. Switch to www.craigslist.com or www.craigslist.org in your web browser. Each URL guides you to the website. At best, it`s the first micro-site and message board, and in the worst case, it`s a breeding ground for craigslist scams. This is completely absurd. Yes, vandals attack empty houses, but we`ve never heard of packages of juvenile delinquents who, through ads on Craigslist, search for street addresses of rented buildings that may or may not be occupied. I recently came across one of these the phone number was +1 (225) 725-9781 and they spent less than a minute on the phone with me each time. They called me three times in one day to offer different ways to send the money.
Charge 1300 if the actual rent went after searching for 2600. Here`s a Craiglist fraud email I received (I received this response for two different rentals that I inquired about): Have you recently encountered a Craigslist rental scam? Here are my tips to avoid craigslist cheating so you can stay safe. However, a popular craigslist rental scam is to post photos and address a real rental property that doesn`t really own the poster, so try to pay potential tenants by bank transfer or payment authorization for the rental or deposit by pretending they can rent it, but it`s not available to show it now. This is often excused by saying that the “owner” is a-out a-town. People interested in renting are so desperate to rent property of this caliber that they are to be sent or approved.