Follow the link below to the most recent article issued by John Nichols of the College Station City Council with regard to rental properties in College Station. This is an important article for investors
When your budget is tight there are lots of things to consider when you’re renting. The actual rent is important, but so are energy efficiency, average utility bills, length of commute, renter’s
According to a recent survey, conducted by Insurancequotes.com, 65% of renters are not protected by renters insurance. Renters insurance covers the value of belongings against disasters like fire, lightning,
In general, leases are going up and becoming more expensive in most areas. But each market is different. I would make the move when you are ready and not worry too much about timing because it's really impossible to say. In the past year alone lease rates for homes in my area of NW Austin have went up by as much as 20% or more from last year.
Hope this helps.
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With regard to housing, the last week of July is our busiest week of the year, when thousands of students are moving from one apartment to the other, changing roommates, getting ready for a new semester.Â
Rental Community and BVPM The rental community in the Bryan/College Station area is massive.Â Between investors, agents, agent-owners, apartment complexes, student communities, and the free locator
I am so excited to be a Realtor in the Bryan College Station Area. I have been very involved in the leasing and management end of real estate. We currently manage 168 doors and are growing daily, I have
Â It has come to my attention that Â when the College Station, TX City implemented the $15.00 registration fee for all rental properties, it was for the sole purpose of making it possible for the
What: College Station City Council meeting * When: Workshop starts at 3 p.m.; the regular meeting starts at 7 p.m. * Where: Council Chambers, 1101 Texas Ave. * On the agenda: Discussion and public hearing