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1 Unit Available
478 Sunset Dr
478 Sunset Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Golden Isles
3 Bedrooms
$7,000
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Just Remodeled beautiful property located in Waterfront Golden Isles in Hallandale Beach, a gated community of boater's paradise with exposure on a wide canal. Between Miami-Dade and Fort Lauderdale and close to shops, restaurants, beaches and more.
1 Unit Available
270 Layne Blvd
270 Layne Boulevard
Hallandale Beach, FL | Golden Isles
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,450
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Best Location! 1 Mile from the Beach. Walk to Publix, Hallandale Blvd., Gulfstream, and more. 2nd Floor Unit has lots of windows for natural light and a relaxing screened porch.
1 Unit Available
300 NW 5th Ter
300 Northwest 5th Terrace
Hallandale Beach, FL | Foster Road
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Nice and neat 2/1 duplex in good neighborhood in Hallandale. Property is centrally located and near to beaches, casinos, houses of worship, shopping centers and major highways and other civic amenities.
1 Unit Available
111 Golden Isles Dr
111 Golden Isles Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Golden Isles
1 Bedroom
$1,250
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
***Furnished or Unfurnished***Owner will consider removing the furniture***Spacious one bedroom apartment on 6th floor in all ages waterfront building - Beautiful Intracoastal views from Livingroom and Bedroom - Brand new renovated eat-in kitchen
1 Unit Available
106 SW 9th St
106 Southwest 9th Street
Hallandale Beach, FL | Southwest Lakes
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Duplex 2 bdrm 2 bath with laundry room (no washer/dryer). Tiled throughout, freshly painted, 2 parking spots. Located just West of Dixie.
1 Unit Available
450 Paradise Isle Blvd
450 Paradise Isle Boulevard
Hallandale Beach, FL | Golden Isles
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,699
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
"Best Kept Secret in Hallandale Beach".
1 Unit Available
1945 S Ocean Dr
1945 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1205 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Rare opportunity for this amazing cozy 2bed/2bath unit with CABANA. Apartment is offered fully furnished and equipped with everything you need. Enjoy beautiful water views from every room.
1 Unit Available
421 NE 1st St
421 NE 1st St
Hallandale Beach, FL | Fashion Row
1 Bedroom
$1,200
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Strategically located right beside US-1, Gulfstream, Hallandale Blvd and just minutes away from Aventura. Huge bedroom with enough space to accommodate two beds or one bed and your virtual office, bedroom with its own bathroom.
1 Unit Available
1936 S Ocean Dr
1936 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,600
840 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Ocean Front Co-Op available for for year lease at this boutique oceanfront complex! Enjoy direct ocean views in this 2 bedroom/1 bathroom unit (however unit is on the first floor, so limited view). Spacious bedrooms and large closets.
1 Unit Available
2049 S OCEAN DRIVE
2049 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
2 Bedrooms
$2,700
1020 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
STUNNING COMPLETELY RENOVATED 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH + DEN CORNER UNIT WITH WRAP AROUND BALCONY LOCATED ON SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE W/ DIRECT BEACH ACCESS! THIS MODERN UNIT OFFERS A LARGE OVERSIZE OPEN CONCEPT LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM & KITCHEN WITH QUARTZ
1 Unit Available
2602 East HALLANDALE BEACH BLV 3107
2602 E Hallandale Beach Blvd
Hallandale Beach, FL | Gateway East
2 Bedrooms
$3,950
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
WELCOME TO THE BEAUTIFUL BEACHWALK RESORT!!!!LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!!!! Short term rental. This is a 2 bed / 2 bath apartment, complete furnished. The price is for month for more than 7 months. Ask price for shorter rentals.
1 Unit Available
400 Leslie Dr
400 Leslie Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Three Islands
1 Bedroom
$1,400
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Bayview 1/1.5 plus Den wth pool and tennis court. No washer/dryer in unit, located on floor.
1 Unit Available
1904 S Ocean Dr
1904 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
1 Bedroom
Ask
2 Bedrooms
$2,250
1 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
BRIGHT, SUNNY UNIT WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEWS FROM ALL ROOMS. FULLY FURNISHED WITH KING SIZE BED IN MASTER AND TWIN BEDS IN 2ND BEDROOM. WALK-IN CLOSET, NEWLY PAINTED, NO POPCORN ON CEILINGS, ALL NEW CERAMIC TILE.
1 Unit Available
1800 S Ocean Dr
1800 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$6,200
1571 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
YEARLY RENTAL. FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY (ONCE APPROVED)! LUXURY BUILDING ON THE SAND! VIEW OF OCEAN AND POOL. TASTEFULLY FURNISHED REMODELED CONDO. AMENITIES INCLUDE HEATED POOL, EXERCISE ROOM, TENNIS, BILLIARDS, GAME ROOM, SAUNA, LIBRARY AND MORE.
1 Unit Available
1912 S Ocean Dr
1912 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
2 Bedrooms
$2,950
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Amazing Ocean view from this beautiful large 2/2 . Renovated Kitchen and baths, marble and wood floors tru out . Washer and dryer in the convenience of your own house. Available November 12th, 2020. Easy to show, 24 hrs. notice.
1 Unit Available
329 SE 3rd St
329 SE 3rd St
Hallandale Beach, FL | City Center
1 Bedroom
$1,400
770 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Large 1/1 with den/bedroom completely remodel in the hearth of Hallandale one block west of US1/Biscayne Blvd. The unit is very tastefully design and furnished, nothing spared, till the last detail.
1 Unit Available
630 Layne Blvd
630 Layne Boulevard
Hallandale Beach, FL | Golden Isles
1 Bedroom
$1,230
700 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
COZY, RENOVATED, MUST SEE 1 BED 1 BATH CONDO JUST 2 MINUTES FROM THE BEACH, INSIDE THE PRESTIGIOUS GATED COMMUNITY, COASTAL GARDEN. INCLUDES UPGRADED KITCHEN, BRAND NEW APPLIANCES, AND NEW CENTRAL AC.
1 Unit Available
110 SE 2nd St
110 Southeast 2nd Street
Hallandale Beach, FL | City Center
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,350
680 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
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1 Unit Available
201 NE 14th Ave
201 Northeast 14th Avenue
Hallandale Beach, FL | Atlantic Shores
1 Bedroom
$1,350
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
GREAT LOCATION IN HALLANDALE! WALKING DISTANCE TO STARBUCKS, PANERA, PUBLIX AND RESTAURANTS. BEST LOCATION, LAUNRY ROOM ON SITE.
1 Unit Available
3140 S Ocean Dr
3140 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
Studio
$1,550
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Amazing Studio for rent at PARKER TOWER 3140. Bright and spacious with wood flooring throughout. Enjoy the beautiful ocean and intracoastal VIEWS front this unit. Sliding doors that lead you to enjoy a beautiful balcony and Views.
1 Unit Available
2080 S Ocean Dr
2080 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
2 Bedrooms
$3,300
1175 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
With over 1400 ft.² this beautifully appointed Fully furnished Corner Beachfront residence located on the Sand has it all. This unit offers ocean, Intracoastal and city views from it’s wrap around balconies.
1 Unit Available
2030 S Ocean Dr
2030 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
1 Bedroom
$1,650
816 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
BEAUTIFUL OCEAN FACING AND RECENTLY RENOVATED APARTMENT DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH AT THE DESIRABLE PARKER PLAZA. THIS 1/1 IS TRULY ONE OF A KIND. BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF THE OCEAN AND THE INTRACOASTAL. TILED THROUGH OUT.
1 Unit Available
1801 S Ocean Dr
1801 South Ocean Drive
Hallandale Beach, FL | Oceanside
1 Bedroom
$1,800
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
Beautiful remodeled 1/1.5 unit on South Ocean Dr, steps from Hallandale Beach in the Imperial Tower. Freshly painted and modern look. Brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances. Very comfortable for a couple or single person. LOCATION..LOCATION..
1 Unit Available
814 NE 26th Ave
814 Northeast 26th Avenue
Hallandale Beach, FL | Three Islands
3 Bedrooms
$3,100
Last updated January 24 at 09:02 PM
The most beautiful,conveniently located next to the pool,clubhouse and tennis courts, this 3 bedroom,2and ½ baths corner townhome features the largest floorplan in the community.
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How much is rent in Hallandale Beach?
Apartment Rentals in Hallandale Beach start at $950/month.
How much is rent in Hallandale Beach?
Apartment Rentals in Hallandale Beach start at $950/month.
How can I find a cheap apartment in Hallandale Beach?
You can get the best deal by searching by apartments that are offering move-in specials in Hallandale Beach.
How can I find a cheap apartment in Hallandale Beach?
You can get the best deal by searching by apartments that are offering move-in specials in Hallandale Beach.
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While some Hallandale Beach properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Hallandale Beach properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hallandale Beach. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Broward College, Carlos Albizu University-Miami, Miami Dade College, Nova Southeastern University, and Florida Atlantic University.
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City Guide

Hallandale Beach
One of the fastest growing cities in Florida, Hallandale Beach is built on tourism, having fun, and bingo night! A lot of the new residents in Hallandale Beach are retired, and live in the area during the cold winter months, so the population of almost 38,000 people tends to drop when spring comes. The neighborhoods' affordability make the area quite popular. If you live right on the beach, you're going to be spending a small fortune for the view, but as you get further inland, the prices dr...
One of the fastest growing cities in Florida, Hallandale Beach is built on tourism, having fun, and bingo night! A lot of the new residents in Hallandale Beach are retired, and live in the area during the cold winter months, so the population of almost 38,000 people tends to drop when spring comes. The neighborhoods' affordability make the area quite popular. If you live right on the beach, you're going to be spending a small fortune for the view, but as you get further inland, the prices dr...

Having trouble with Craigslist Hallandale Beach? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Renting Your Dream Home

The city is pretty small for its size, but don't worry, there are more than enough apartments to make up for it. However, if you're interested in a house, you may want to take your search elsewhere; HB is lacking in this field.

Many folks consider living in a mobile home, as there are many very close to the beach. Typically this crowd ranges from middle-aged to seniors, so if you enjoy playing cards, quiet nights, and sitting on a beach - this is for you! For those not quite ready to retire, you have many options in your apartment search.

Hallandale Beach House Hunting Unlike in Miami, where knowing Spanish is the norm when chatting with most of your neighbors, Hallandale Beach has a more varied mix of Spanish- and English-speaking communities. Generally the closer you are to the beach, English is spoken more commonly.

Renters Market Because the city is based on tourists and seasonal residents, the rental market is fantastic for renters who want to make a home in Hallandale Beach. The vacancy rate in every neighborhood is in the double digits, meaning the landlords are eager to rent their 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. You don't have to rush to sign the first decent deal, and can actually bargain from a position of strength.

Renting Your Dream Home
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The city is pretty small for its size, but don't worry, there are more than enough apartments to make up for it. However, if you're interested in a house, you may want to take your search elsewhere; HB is lacking in this field.

Many folks consider living in a mobile home, as there are many very close to the beach. Typically this crowd ranges from middle-aged to seniors, so if you enjoy playing cards, quiet nights, and sitting on a beach - this is for you! For those not quite ready to retire, you have many options in your apartment search.

Hallandale Beach House Hunting Unlike in Miami, where knowing Spanish is the norm when chatting with most of your neighbors, Hallandale Beach has a more varied mix of Spanish- and English-speaking communities. Generally the closer you are to the beach, English is spoken more commonly.

Renters Market Because the city is based on tourists and seasonal residents, the rental market is fantastic for renters who want to make a home in Hallandale Beach. The vacancy rate in every neighborhood is in the double digits, meaning the landlords are eager to rent their 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. You don't have to rush to sign the first decent deal, and can actually bargain from a position of strength.

Getting a Good Deal

To get the best deal possible there are a few things you should do:

Be Polite When asking for a lower rent, or trying to get an all utilities paid apartment, your success rate increases when you mind your manners. Don't make demands or act entitled, as that will turn the landlord off considerably. Simply say that you're interested in the place, but it's a little out of your price range. And be sure to keep it reasonable... the landlord needs to eat, too.

Ask Your Questions

Don't think of the landlord as an ogre who will throw you out for asking questions. Remember: an empty apartment is a waste of money for the owner, they want a body in it, and most are willing to deal.

If certain amenities aren't mentioned, like parking, all bills paid, furnishings included, etc, ask about them. If there is a parking spot out front, but it isn't included, you may be able to get it for a little extra cash per month. And if the price is out of your reach, asking for $50 less a month isn't out of line.

Honesty is the Best Policy

One problem many renters face is having bad credit or no credit at all. In some cases this can be a deal breaker, especially if you try to cover it over. Be up front about it, explain what happened, and hope that the owner of the property you like will respond favorably. This is more likely to happen if you don't lie (even by omission). They WILL find out.

Have all your paperwork in order and ready to go, this means credit report, proof you paid all the rent in your last apartment, and a few references.

Getting a Good Deal
+

To get the best deal possible there are a few things you should do:

Be Polite When asking for a lower rent, or trying to get an all utilities paid apartment, your success rate increases when you mind your manners. Don't make demands or act entitled, as that will turn the landlord off considerably. Simply say that you're interested in the place, but it's a little out of your price range. And be sure to keep it reasonable... the landlord needs to eat, too.

Ask Your Questions

Don't think of the landlord as an ogre who will throw you out for asking questions. Remember: an empty apartment is a waste of money for the owner, they want a body in it, and most are willing to deal.

If certain amenities aren't mentioned, like parking, all bills paid, furnishings included, etc, ask about them. If there is a parking spot out front, but it isn't included, you may be able to get it for a little extra cash per month. And if the price is out of your reach, asking for $50 less a month isn't out of line.

Honesty is the Best Policy

One problem many renters face is having bad credit or no credit at all. In some cases this can be a deal breaker, especially if you try to cover it over. Be up front about it, explain what happened, and hope that the owner of the property you like will respond favorably. This is more likely to happen if you don't lie (even by omission). They WILL find out.

Have all your paperwork in order and ready to go, this means credit report, proof you paid all the rent in your last apartment, and a few references.

The Neighborhoods of Hallendale Beach

Hallendale Ave.: Right on the beach, this is the place to be if you have the money and love the water. It's also where the tourists flock to in the wintertime.

Ro-Len Lake Gardens: As you can guess by the name, this inland neighborhood has a lot of lakes. Only live here if you need to save money.

Golden Isles: A few blocks from the coast, this is a nice affordable community that is full of single people, mostly young professionals.

N. Federal Hwy: This is another inexpensive place to live. Most of the residents are new to the area, coming to enjoy the low rent. This is the place for people on a budget.

City Center: A mixed community of English, South American and Caribbean groups, it is the most diverse in Hallendale Beach.

Diplomat Pky: Close enough to the beach to smell the salt, this is another popular neighborhood.

The Neighborhoods of Hallendale Beach
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Hallendale Ave.: Right on the beach, this is the place to be if you have the money and love the water. It's also where the tourists flock to in the wintertime.

Ro-Len Lake Gardens: As you can guess by the name, this inland neighborhood has a lot of lakes. Only live here if you need to save money.

Golden Isles: A few blocks from the coast, this is a nice affordable community that is full of single people, mostly young professionals.

N. Federal Hwy: This is another inexpensive place to live. Most of the residents are new to the area, coming to enjoy the low rent. This is the place for people on a budget.

City Center: A mixed community of English, South American and Caribbean groups, it is the most diverse in Hallendale Beach.

Diplomat Pky: Close enough to the beach to smell the salt, this is another popular neighborhood.

Having Fun in Hallendale Beach

Being a tourist town, many of the draws in Hallendale Beach are directed toward visitors. That said, there is plenty to enjoy year round! Two casinos, tons of exotic restaurants, a clean and active beach for water sports, and lots of little shops. Hallendale Beach is a short 24 minutes north of Miami, so if you need more choices, just get in a car and head off for some more fun.

Having Fun in Hallendale Beach
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Being a tourist town, many of the draws in Hallendale Beach are directed toward visitors. That said, there is plenty to enjoy year round! Two casinos, tons of exotic restaurants, a clean and active beach for water sports, and lots of little shops. Hallendale Beach is a short 24 minutes north of Miami, so if you need more choices, just get in a car and head off for some more fun.

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City Guide

Hallandale Beach
One of the fastest growing cities in Florida, Hallandale Beach is built on tourism, having fun, and bingo night! A lot of the new residents in Hallandale Beach are retired, and live in the area during the cold winter months, so the population of almost 38,000 people tends to drop when spring comes. The neighborhoods' affordability make the area quite popular. If you live right on the beach, you're going to be spending a small fortune for the view, but as you get further inland, the prices dr...
One of the fastest growing cities in Florida, Hallandale Beach is built on tourism, having fun, and bingo night! A lot of the new residents in Hallandale Beach are retired, and live in the area during the cold winter months, so the population of almost 38,000 people tends to drop when spring comes. The neighborhoods' affordability make the area quite popular. If you live right on the beach, you're going to be spending a small fortune for the view, but as you get further inland, the prices dr...

Having trouble with Craigslist Hallandale Beach? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Renting Your Dream Home

The city is pretty small for its size, but don't worry, there are more than enough apartments to make up for it. However, if you're interested in a house, you may want to take your search elsewhere; HB is lacking in this field.

Many folks consider living in a mobile home, as there are many very close to the beach. Typically this crowd ranges from middle-aged to seniors, so if you enjoy playing cards, quiet nights, and sitting on a beach - this is for you! For those not quite ready to retire, you have many options in your apartment search.

Hallandale Beach House Hunting Unlike in Miami, where knowing Spanish is the norm when chatting with most of your neighbors, Hallandale Beach has a more varied mix of Spanish- and English-speaking communities. Generally the closer you are to the beach, English is spoken more commonly.

Renters Market Because the city is based on tourists and seasonal residents, the rental market is fantastic for renters who want to make a home in Hallandale Beach. The vacancy rate in every neighborhood is in the double digits, meaning the landlords are eager to rent their 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. You don't have to rush to sign the first decent deal, and can actually bargain from a position of strength.

Renting Your Dream Home
+

The city is pretty small for its size, but don't worry, there are more than enough apartments to make up for it. However, if you're interested in a house, you may want to take your search elsewhere; HB is lacking in this field.

Many folks consider living in a mobile home, as there are many very close to the beach. Typically this crowd ranges from middle-aged to seniors, so if you enjoy playing cards, quiet nights, and sitting on a beach - this is for you! For those not quite ready to retire, you have many options in your apartment search.

Hallandale Beach House Hunting Unlike in Miami, where knowing Spanish is the norm when chatting with most of your neighbors, Hallandale Beach has a more varied mix of Spanish- and English-speaking communities. Generally the closer you are to the beach, English is spoken more commonly.

Renters Market Because the city is based on tourists and seasonal residents, the rental market is fantastic for renters who want to make a home in Hallandale Beach. The vacancy rate in every neighborhood is in the double digits, meaning the landlords are eager to rent their 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. You don't have to rush to sign the first decent deal, and can actually bargain from a position of strength.

Getting a Good Deal

To get the best deal possible there are a few things you should do:

Be Polite When asking for a lower rent, or trying to get an all utilities paid apartment, your success rate increases when you mind your manners. Don't make demands or act entitled, as that will turn the landlord off considerably. Simply say that you're interested in the place, but it's a little out of your price range. And be sure to keep it reasonable... the landlord needs to eat, too.

Ask Your Questions

Don't think of the landlord as an ogre who will throw you out for asking questions. Remember: an empty apartment is a waste of money for the owner, they want a body in it, and most are willing to deal.

If certain amenities aren't mentioned, like parking, all bills paid, furnishings included, etc, ask about them. If there is a parking spot out front, but it isn't included, you may be able to get it for a little extra cash per month. And if the price is out of your reach, asking for $50 less a month isn't out of line.

Honesty is the Best Policy

One problem many renters face is having bad credit or no credit at all. In some cases this can be a deal breaker, especially if you try to cover it over. Be up front about it, explain what happened, and hope that the owner of the property you like will respond favorably. This is more likely to happen if you don't lie (even by omission). They WILL find out.

Have all your paperwork in order and ready to go, this means credit report, proof you paid all the rent in your last apartment, and a few references.

Getting a Good Deal
+

To get the best deal possible there are a few things you should do:

Be Polite When asking for a lower rent, or trying to get an all utilities paid apartment, your success rate increases when you mind your manners. Don't make demands or act entitled, as that will turn the landlord off considerably. Simply say that you're interested in the place, but it's a little out of your price range. And be sure to keep it reasonable... the landlord needs to eat, too.

Ask Your Questions

Don't think of the landlord as an ogre who will throw you out for asking questions. Remember: an empty apartment is a waste of money for the owner, they want a body in it, and most are willing to deal.

If certain amenities aren't mentioned, like parking, all bills paid, furnishings included, etc, ask about them. If there is a parking spot out front, but it isn't included, you may be able to get it for a little extra cash per month. And if the price is out of your reach, asking for $50 less a month isn't out of line.

Honesty is the Best Policy

One problem many renters face is having bad credit or no credit at all. In some cases this can be a deal breaker, especially if you try to cover it over. Be up front about it, explain what happened, and hope that the owner of the property you like will respond favorably. This is more likely to happen if you don't lie (even by omission). They WILL find out.

Have all your paperwork in order and ready to go, this means credit report, proof you paid all the rent in your last apartment, and a few references.

The Neighborhoods of Hallendale Beach

Hallendale Ave.: Right on the beach, this is the place to be if you have the money and love the water. It's also where the tourists flock to in the wintertime.

Ro-Len Lake Gardens: As you can guess by the name, this inland neighborhood has a lot of lakes. Only live here if you need to save money.

Golden Isles: A few blocks from the coast, this is a nice affordable community that is full of single people, mostly young professionals.

N. Federal Hwy: This is another inexpensive place to live. Most of the residents are new to the area, coming to enjoy the low rent. This is the place for people on a budget.

City Center: A mixed community of English, South American and Caribbean groups, it is the most diverse in Hallendale Beach.

Diplomat Pky: Close enough to the beach to smell the salt, this is another popular neighborhood.

The Neighborhoods of Hallendale Beach
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Hallendale Ave.: Right on the beach, this is the place to be if you have the money and love the water. It's also where the tourists flock to in the wintertime.

Ro-Len Lake Gardens: As you can guess by the name, this inland neighborhood has a lot of lakes. Only live here if you need to save money.

Golden Isles: A few blocks from the coast, this is a nice affordable community that is full of single people, mostly young professionals.

N. Federal Hwy: This is another inexpensive place to live. Most of the residents are new to the area, coming to enjoy the low rent. This is the place for people on a budget.

City Center: A mixed community of English, South American and Caribbean groups, it is the most diverse in Hallendale Beach.

Diplomat Pky: Close enough to the beach to smell the salt, this is another popular neighborhood.

Having Fun in Hallendale Beach

Being a tourist town, many of the draws in Hallendale Beach are directed toward visitors. That said, there is plenty to enjoy year round! Two casinos, tons of exotic restaurants, a clean and active beach for water sports, and lots of little shops. Hallendale Beach is a short 24 minutes north of Miami, so if you need more choices, just get in a car and head off for some more fun.

Having Fun in Hallendale Beach
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Being a tourist town, many of the draws in Hallendale Beach are directed toward visitors. That said, there is plenty to enjoy year round! Two casinos, tons of exotic restaurants, a clean and active beach for water sports, and lots of little shops. Hallendale Beach is a short 24 minutes north of Miami, so if you need more choices, just get in a car and head off for some more fun.