Generally agents will not enter in their listing information for rentals when it comes to pet. Either they are unaware it is connected to their Trulia or they will not enter it in so that you will personally contact them to generate more leads.... more
I would suggest you try the regular rental sites:
http://www.trulia.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.zillow.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.realtor.com (Rentals Section)
Between all of those, you will get a very clear picture if you can find what you are looking for. Good luck!... more
Craigslist is one of the most popular sites when it comes to searching for homes to rent and homes for sale. But you need to be aware of home scams!Because scam artists know how popular the site is and
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Any property you purchase except for a condo will allow German shepherds since you own the property. If you are looking to rent it will be difficult with larger dog but some dog friendly Landlords do exist.... more
Hi Katie. So sorry to hear about your situation. I'm not loacl to your area but I found your question interesting and wanted to at least respond in some way. Unless the rental community in your area is totally different than any other place in America, you'll most likely face rejection. Income is paramount in renting obviously. Hopefully you have good credit but you'll need a relative to Guarantee your lease. I wish you all the best moving forward. Is there any relative you could move in with until you get on your feet? Good luck.... more
Currently we have a stand alone (1,104 sq. ft.) house at 105 S. 4th St., (less than 1/2 block from Burlington Ave - the main drag running East & West through Fairfield). Lot is small (42 x 56) but has parking in front. Has recently been used as a Rosie's Salon. Fixtures are not included at this price ($55,000).... more
I would approach the seller directly with the proposal or enlist the help of their agent to see if it is viable option for the Seller at this time. The worst that can happen is they say they are not interested and in this market they may just be willing to rent.
You might want to check out Craig's List. Both owners renting their own properties and Realtors use it. If nothing is there, you can post a "Wanted" ad as well.
Good Luck! Hope this helps!
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