Would you like me to refer you to a Mortgage Broker that can work with you and answer all of your questions accurately? You really don't have to lay out all of your financial details here on the Internet for everyone to see. Send me an email and we'll get the process started with the privacy that you deserve.
Joe Stone - Realtor
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To answer your question about lease properties as the other gentleman have said probably a little early to look for leases, they tend to go quickly. As a full time REALTOR I would like to find out some more facts about what you are wanting and needing so when the time comes I can quickly find your something to lease. I can also help your daughter find something if that is a need that she has or will have soon. TCU area rentals can go before they even hit the market, I have already leased a few for next August but that is a rarity.
I look forward to working with you in the near future,
Rental Demand to Edge Higher in 2013?
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 02, 2013
Five to six million new renter households may be created within the next 10 years, likely caused from low inventories of homes available and tight credit conditions, according to the Bipartisan Policy Center.
Rental demand is expected to particularly increase among seniors looking to downsize their homes, as well as young adults and a growing immigrant population.
â€œWe expect to see an increase in household formation and for a variety of reasons that household formation is likely to be more heavily concentrated among renters and households who are likely to be renters for somewhat longer than was the case for the last 20 years,â€ Barry Zigas, director of Housing Policy for Consumer Federation of America, told HousingWire.
Tight credit conditions continues to be one main culprit holding back home ownership among some potential buyers.
â€œCredit for home ownership borrowing will likely be tighter and potentially more expensive, relative to earlier times,â€ Zigas predicts. â€œFamilies will likely have less wealth because the rising generation is starting with less wealth. If down payments are at any significant level, it will be a barrier to acquiring a home for longer than may have been the case in the past.â€
I have lived and/or worked in Arlington for the past 30+ years. I know the area extremely well and think I could find exactly what you're looking for. Rent prices seem to have taken a bit of a jump during the past year and demand is high right now. As Rick mentioned, the good lease properties come and go really fast, and four months is a bit too early to begin looking.
If you think that you would like to explore the option of buying instead of renting, please let me know. I can set you up with you're own Multiple Listing Service webpage that will drop properties matching your criteria onto the webpage for your review. I don't charge anything for the service (even though I pay) and if you see something that interests you then give me a call. No pressure and as I mentioned there's no cost to you for the service.
If any of this is of interest to you, just send me an email and I'll get you set up.
Joe Stone - Realtor
However, it is way too early to start looking at rental properties. The ones on the market today will all be gone by the time you arrive. Rents are high in this area, and it is cheaper to buy a house. If you can qualify for a loan, you should really consider purchasing a house for your family, instead of throwing rent money out the window. If you should need some help bringing your credit score up, I am a Certified Instructor in Credit Repair. I will show you how to do that for no fee.
Contact me directly and once I know what your requirements are, I can send you samples of properties that are on the market so you can see what it will cost you to rent the kind of house you want in this area. I can also help you save money on your electric bill when you get ready to hook up your utilities. Good luck on your packing and moving!
Happy New Year!
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