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olimartcraw, Home Owner in San Antonio, TX

I own a 3 -2- 2 in Spring Green. Appx 1400 sq ft. My current tenant is moving out Oct 15, 2012. Need to rent it again how much should I ask for ?

Asked by olimartcraw, San Antonio, TX Mon Sep 17, 2012

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Bob Winkler’s answer
Would like to have the opportunity to meet and discuss your rental property. My partner and I have a small and personal property management business, along with out regular business. Our business is growing mainly from referrals from past clients and other realtors. We have a CPA that keeps track of the money, they collect the rent monies, make the deposits, issue statements and keep track of all the invoices. We are small personal and every property is important. i know you will like our services. Please give us a call: Select Properties Group @ RE/MAX Preferred 210 483.5045, Look forward to speaking to you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 18, 2012
Hi there,

Give us a call. Our office has a professional property management staff with an inventory of over 400 rental homes. We would be more than happy to speak with you!

Monica Tillman
Wakefield REALTORS
http://www.wakefieldrealtors.com
Office 210-490-7039
19210 Huebner Rd, # 205
San Antonio, TX 78258
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 18, 2012
Recommend have a Realtor interview you and tour the property determine rental amount.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 17, 2012
It depends on a few factors. Call Teri Lucas 210.834.6877 and I will share more information with you.
I am the property manager of many properties and they are all difference. But together we can get it re-rented..
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 17, 2012
Hi my name is sylvia n the company I work for has property management call me so I can talk with u thank you
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 17, 2012
It depends on what is leasing in your area. Every rent is different dependent on quality, area, and demand.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 17, 2012
Tough question without seeing the property. San Antonio has no neighborhood named Spring Green, but there is a street named Spring Green in the Spring Creek Subdivision. There, similar size homes rent from $900 to $1,350. Here is a complete analysis of rentals in the last 6 months.

http://sabor.connectmls.com/listings.jsp?dcid=C987464277B7A5…

We provide FREE market analysis for anyone who asks, rental or sale. You can use our Market Insider tool by registering at http://www.eleganttexashomes.com/mimarket/zip/78247/ or you can go here for a FREE market Snapshot of what is going on in your neighborhood: http://www.homeinsight.com/Widget/default.asp?F6BE5S2IH3B3

I hope that helps. There is no substitute for having your own agent who represents YOUR interests, makes sure that all the contracts are proper and complete, and guards your property against fraud and other hazards.

Best regards,

Doc Stephens, REALTOR
Keller Williams Realty
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Call me to discuss the specifics on this home.

210-722-2725
Roland Gonzales
http://www.eCasaRealty.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 17, 2012
Hi,

You need to get with a Brokerage that does property management and get them to do a comparable market analysis for rentals in your neighborhood. Some Brokerages may do this for you free of charge, you just need to call around.

Good luck with your rental.

Brenda Mullen
Realtor®, ABR®, ePro
RE/MAX Access
brenda.mullen@sbcglobal.net
210-807-0819
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