Since you are inquiring from New Hampshire, try to connect with someone who is willing to do a bit of up front correspondence with you, to get to know your expectations and limitations.
You will come across posts from some, occasionally, who are trolls and critics, and can't get past their own needs for attention; I will suggest that you give them what they gave you, absolutely nothing!
I live here in Austin and have had past rental properties in San Antonio, Houston, Beaumont and Tucson, AZ.; point being, dealing from a distance takes patience, constant communication and understanding on the part of both parties. Persevere until you find the right real estate partner, who is also willing to be or can find you a property manager with the qualifications and commitment to you that you want.
Agreed. Better than any website is getting your feet on the ground and going to see houses with a human-friendly agent. Any website used for searching for homes should be used with a degree of understanding that there is no substitute for seeing with your own eyes.
Peace in your home,
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