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Dan, Renter in Texas

We may be moving to Houston and need to find a horse property for rent. I will be on the west side of Houston any ideas?

Asked by Dan, Texas Sat Jan 12, 2013

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Are you looking for a stable for your horse? If so, I may be able to help. Or if you need a home to rent where you are allowed to keep you horses I can help for sure. Good luck in your search and welcome to Houston!
Jodi
713-984-7593
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Jodi
Thanks for your reply. If I take the job we will be looking for a place to rent where we can keep horses (3-4). Hopefully for 1500 or less 3 beds or more. Don't know if there is someplace like that or not. That knowledge will help in salary negotiations. The office they said is in west Houston.
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Dan,

I would love to help but need to know more information about what exactly you're looking for? Price range, land size, bedrooms, bathrooms, etc.

You can contact me at any time!

Deja



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