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Miami Beach Apartment $130 a night
« on: February 18, 2013, 01:18:46 PM »
Nice apartment in Miami beach (on the beach) available for only $130 a night.
It's available from this Thursday, February 21st,  for two weeks.
Considering the prices of apartments all over Miami are $200+ per night, this is a steal!

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Re: Miami Beach Apartment $130 a night
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2013, 09:56:25 AM »
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Re: Miami Beach Apartment $130 a night
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2013, 11:04:11 AM »
OP beware! a friend of mine rented out their miami apartment to someone thru a frum board on facebook, they seemed like nice people. in the end they made over $1500 in damages and did not reply to any emails or calls.. you MUST take a deposit and sign a contract, even better would be to get copy of ID too.
It's what is on the outside that matters

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Re: Miami Beach Apartment $130 a night
« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2013, 01:04:06 PM »
OP beware! a friend of mine rented out their miami apartment to someone thru a frum board on facebook, they seemed like nice people. in the end they made over $1500 in damages and did not reply to any emails or calls.. you MUST take a deposit and sign a contract, even better would be to get copy of ID too.

Agreed. My family has a place listed on VRBO.com and we are insistent on a rental contract being signed and photo ID provided. Plus, you must make certain of who you are in contact with is actually who is renting as you may encounter agents who are booking on the behalf of others. It is more difficult to recoup damages from the renter if this is the case.

A case in point is another family member who rented their unit out to a family and that family threw a huge kiddush in the apartment. When they checked out on Sunday the place looked like a bomb hit it with food all over the floors, etc. It took cleaning staff extra time to clean the unit and delayed the check-in of other guests.