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DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
When you share space with roommates, it only seems fair that those in larger or more desirable rooms should pay a larger percentage of the rent.  To begin, there are multiple ways to determine how rent… Read more
Blogged Tue Jul 15, 2014 by DC Apartment Finders Rental Basics For Rent Rentals
DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
A new breed of apartment rental company finds success when match making strategies combine with standard-setting customer services. Rentals Gone Wild is poised to change the way the business is doneYes,… Read more
Blogged Mon Jul 14, 2014 by DC Apartment Finders Rental Basics For Rent Rentals
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AccuRental T…, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Criminal History Records SearchA landlord has a general duty to exercise reasonable care to protect the safety and welfare of his tenants from foreseeable harm. Due care must be exercised in the use, maintenance,… Read more
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Tony Taylor, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Tony Taylor answered:
What is the cost difference between 1-bath versus 2-bath 2-bedroom apartment in Logan Circle, 14th Street?Hope a Realtor can help with this.
Depends on square footage and updates to the property. But generally speaking a 2BR/1BA in Logan average $2500-$2700 and 2BR/2BA averages from $2800-$3100
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Akil Walker, Real Estate Pro in Bowie, MD
Akil Walker answered:
How do I edit and re-post my expired listing?
Hello Sheldon,

A quick way is to add the new MLS #. If the listing MLS'# did not change you still can do it, or just add it as new listing again. The second option will take more ti ... more
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DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Every year, on the same weekend, the family heads to the familiar Christmas tree lot and chooses a tree that is roughly the same height and shape as last year's tree. Once the tree has been transported… Read more
Blogged Thu Dec 12, 2013 by DC Apartment Finders Quality of Life Design & Decor Rental Basics
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Bruce Ailion…, Real Estate Pro in Marietta, GA
    Beware these warning signs        A person who needs to move in quickly: Today, Tomorrow, This Weekend This may be a sign they have been evicted or are being evicted. … Read more
DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Massive Metro breakdowns and traffic delays are the norm for DC commuters. According to a February 2013 report released by the United States Census Bureau, the average travel time in the DC Metro area… Read more
DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Living in an urban area can be an invigorating experience. Cities provide countless opportunities for entertainment and social gatherings. Public transportation is readily available and less expensive… Read more
Blogged Mon Aug 26, 2013 by DC Apartment Finders Design & Decor How To... Rental Basics
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DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Washington, DC – The New  Boomtown!While the rest of the country’s large cities are struggling to recover from a crippling recession, metro Washington DC is experiencing sudden, rapid… Read more
Blogged Fri Jul 26, 2013 by DC Apartment Finders General Area Rental Basics Rentals
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DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Don’t get overwhelmed and frustrated in your search for a new apartment. While finding and leasing an apartment can be a challenging experience, there is a way to make the process much easier. Rentals… Read more
Blogged Fri Jun 21, 2013 by DC Apartment Finders Rental Basics Rentals
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Bruce Ailion…, Real Estate Pro in Marietta, GA
Renters today are at increased risk of fraudulent activity. This post will assist renters identify the red flags that suggest advertisement, owner or property manager is a scam. Methods to protect yourself… Read more
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DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
DC Apartment Finders answered:
How would I find top agents to rent my condo in DC for me?
Hi Sj,

Try our Apartment Locating Team. We're well known in the DC area and specialize in rentals.
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Mark Rutstein, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Sure, it’s a great idea to buy property in DC for investment purposes. Perhaps it wasn’t always a dream to be a landlord, but many find themselves in that situation or are given that opportunity… Read more
Blogged Mon Jan 14, 2013 by Mark Rutstein Rental Basics Rentals
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Ericka S. Bl…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
Ericka S. Black answered:
Is a descent owner of a NICE 4BR 3BA house with all the bells and whistles renting in NW/NE Washington, DC accepting the HCVP?
Hey Swinton,

Here is a listing in NW that states "Section 8 welcome" (http://mrislistings.mris.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=3041248XKJ4T&p=DE-175725917-812). Let me know if you wa ... more
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Zaza Pasori, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Zaza Pasori answered:
Can I get my security Deposit/Good faith money back if I decided not to rent aptmnt within a week?I havent signed any leases.
Some local laws maybe apply to your question. please contact to a local Broker
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 21, 2012 Rental Basics in Washington
Zaza Pasori, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Zaza Pasori answered:
What are some tips for renters before signing a lease?
Read your lease documents, Most of the people dont read their lease before signing it.

Good Luck

Zaza Pasori | Realty Resource, LLC
2722 Connecticut Avenue NW
72, Washington, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 21, 2012 Rental Basics in Washington
Zaza Pasori, Real Estate Pro in Washington, DC
Zaza Pasori answered:
what hours and days can a landlord show a rental unit?
Hi,
Your landlord - and his agents - may enter your unit with reasonable notice for repair and maintenance, inspections, and to show the unit to prospective tenants. Please see your le ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 21, 2012 Rental Basics in Washington
DC Apartment…, Real Estate Pro in District of Columbia
DC Apartment Finders answered:
Can a landlord continue to show an apartment and accept applications after receiving an application and good faith deposit?
Yes, unless a lease is signed by both parties, the property owner or manager can continue to show the property.
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 11, 2012 Rental Basics in Washington
Gary Youngman, Real Estate Pro in Boca Raton, FL
Cities With Least Affordable Rent: 24/7 Wall St. 24/7 Wall St.  |  By Michael B. Sauter, Charles B. Stockdale   |  Posted: 03/21/12 12:59 PM… Read more
Blogged Thu Mar 22, 2012 by Gary Youngman Market Conditions Rental Basics For Rent
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