You are welcome to check out our website at www.carefreeinc.com about thirty days prior to your arrival to see what is or is coming available. You can apply online and be approved before you get into town. If you have someone that can view properties for you, have them call our office to schedule showings.
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Dear Denaria or Harold,
Have you considered the communities of Clackamas County-Mt Hood? Your money can go a long ways in these areas and the life style opportunities are wonderful. Many people raise a lot of nursery stock around here.
Are you signed with a buyer’s agent? I could be your buyer’s agent if you like.. I have attached some documents for your information. Let’s set an appointment when we can meet and talk about your Real Estate needs and goals.
How about I send you some other listings like this one to consider? Please tell me exactly what you are looking for.
You should check out my testimonials page, on my website, under the drop down under my profile tab, on the left side of the home page. I have a great program to help you find homes and no more hours spent looking online, because My Homefinder Pro will find the ones you want, and send them to your email. This system scours the internet hourly after you or I set up a set criteria or different set criteria for land or homes. This way you’re not missing anything, because it will send you updates and changes to listing status….
Remember, you can log on to my website anytime to perform your own searches of all the listings on the market, save properties, notes, contact me, and more! Enjoy!
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It depends on what you want. If you are looking for the best rates, shop around...Local lenders may make you feel more comfortable because you can meet with them in person and they are in the same time zone.... more
Go on the for rent app on Trulia on your phone and you can see homes close to the airport or Gresham or Fairview which will be less than closer to Portland. Expect to pay $1000 a month the average rent in Portland is $1200 a month and we have a 2% vacancy rate if you have pets you are really going to be in a tough spot we land lords not wanting to rent to people with pets.Rent matches neighborhood values so there is going to be a difference where you compare living at. Good luck to you. Tom Inglesby, Broker RE/MAX... more
Angel there is not a real great answer to your question. My Best advice to you is before you give any money is to be honest with the property management co or landlord. Also you might try getting a qualified co-signer to help you out. Angel be prepared to pay 1st last and a deposit. If your felony was a drug charge and you have completed treatment and or are still in a program that may help as well. Call Home Forward and see if they have any resources for you. Good Luck!... more
Well if it is anywhere near where you presently live pick a central point you are comfortable with or better yet just wait until the your future job is situated. Will most times need two years of employment as well.... more
Sorry to hear about your situation but the landlord you are looking for likely has a van down by the river for you. I would suggest concentrating on letters of explanation to your circumstance and full disclosure to any property manager/ owner you encounter. Expect to pay a higher deposit when you find the owner that is willing to rent based on the situation. Not impossible, not easy at all. Good luck!... more
Look in to VRBO vacation rentals in the Portland area they go for $100+ a night for a studio and they are furnished. Other than that there is corporate housing furnished $3000 a month downtown in the Pearl and out towards Hillsboro thru some rental companies. Good Luck, Tom Inglesby, Broker, RE/MAX equity group... more
John - I would recommend talking to a licensed property manager with a great selection of rentals and tell them you are looking for a month to month rental. Many apartments will do month to month as well.... more
Portland is a great place to get away from Tornado's. I was in Oklahoma City and Moore this past May when it went over us and it was really something for the first Tornado that I have been in. We had a big wind on Columbus Day 1962 her where winds hit 150+ in the West hills and knocked out the TV towers but that is it. Are you thinking about moving to Portland when you buy a mobile home? The number one this is rental space and the fee? The mobile home is personal property so the interest rate is different than a normal home. They really don't go up in value but go down and you cannot move them. We have some mobile home parks thru out the greater Portland area. Let me know if you would like further information? Tom Inglesby, Broker, RE/MAX equity group... more
Many times by looking online at VRBO, you can find some great deals and fun places to experience if you aren't going to be staying in it for a long term lease. Craigslist can also be a great place to find homes. Rentals are going quick and rental rates are going up. Good luck!!!!... more
"Sunshine and Summertime" - Faith Hill June 2013 Portland Metro Real Estate Update HELLOOOO SUMMERTIME! As we inch towards our official Oregon Summer, our Springtime weather has made a liar of me!
"Friends Without Benefits" - The ContinualsReposted from the "Rich Dad Education Real Estate Blog" (originally posted 05.22.13)Rental Property BenefitsOne of the greatest advantages to owning investment
With the rapidly increasing rents in the area you might be better off looking to purchase a home. Have you talked to a banker about qualifying for a home loan? If not, I can refer you to some mortgage pros who understand how to get loans done!