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Marisol, Renter in Philadelphia, PA
Marisol asked:
Spam email from 1689 Lombard St Philadelphia PA Hello,

I recently received an email from someone abut a possible rental and I just want to notify trulia. Jessica Weeman <jessica.we00m@gmail.com> is claiming that she is part of…
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Mandy Huckab…, Renter in Atlanta, GA
Mandy Huckabee answered:
Trulia as rental agents?
I just got the same offer from someone. Saying they are out of state but could set me up with a trulia representative to view the property and sign the lease. When I got the mail from " ... more
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Julian Lazare, Renter in
Julian Lazare asked:
Leaving apartment, and roommate, a month shy of lease end. Last month is paid. It's a little late for 30 days notice. Should I still tell landlord? So my roommate and I had a falling out. Haven't talked in 3 months. I found a new place that I can move into by July 1st. My current lease is up July 31st, and is already paid for. I just…
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Dwayne Robin…, Home Buyer in Philadelphia, PA
Dwayne Robinson answered:
HELP ME find my Home.
I would suggest to seek credit counseling. Their are numerous non-profit agencies that can help.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 24, 2016 Rental Basics in 19124
Dan Tabit, Real Estate Pro in Issaquah, WA
Dan Tabit answered:
Can a landlord show the rental property while you still live there? Can people look in the closets, etc.?
Rose,
They can, provided they gave you reasonable notice. In my state a tenant is entitled to 24 hours notice before an owner may enter for non-emergency situations.
A buyer needs ... more
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Nathan Lipsi, Real Estate Pro in Landsdale, PA
Nathan Lipsi answered:
how to go about evicting for a garage storage rental?
First have a paper trail showing the bounced checks and fees. If you have some kind of written agreement all the better. Regardless, padlock the door for 30 days. If he doesn't try to g ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 15, 2015 Rental Basics in Philadelphia
lynnnchase9, Other/Just Looking in Omaha, NE
lynnnchase9 answered:
Do the owners of apartment building have to provide blinds for the windows and sliding doors?
I think it depends on the apartment building and the contract you signed. I would suggest talking to your landlord and seeing what the previous agreement was. They should be able to hel ... more
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Julie Kimmel, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Julie Kimmel answered:
My current landlord really likes me and wants to give a good reference. I need a bigger place, but the last apt I was lied and dinged my credit.
Would your parents or another family member be able to co-sign for you? If this is not an option perhaps you can prepay and substantial amount upfront.
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Gary Swank, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Gary Swank answered:
I own a house in fishtown that I would like to rent out by jan.1st. I would like to know what you need to get from the city in order to rent out
Contact your local borough office and ask. That should be your best source.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Nov 14, 2014 Rental Basics in 19125
Andrew Janos, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Andrew Janos answered:
When putting a deposit down on an apartment, I understand the deposit must be equal to one months rent of that unit. When do you need to come up with?
As Jacob and Tristam mentioned, the timing and amount of the deposit is dependent on the property.

If you still need help, please feel free to reach out.
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Philip J. Cu…, Real Estate Pro in Feasterville, PA
Philip J. Cunningham Sr answered:
If you offered a for house and the person has lease/purchase agreement another party what should you do?
Call me at 267-934-1971 so I may advise you in person
Philip Cunningham
Market Force Realty
267-934-1971 (cell)
1-866-993-8585
http://www.GreatPaRE.com
PhilCunningham2004@yahoo.co ... more
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Michael Burke, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Michael Burke answered:
Does anyone know of 2-3 bedroom apartment or homes for rent $600-$850, in the area of northeast area? call or text me 2672571680
Hi Therlongesstephanie,

Yes you can easily find home for rent.

Can you afford rental apartment, townhouse or condos with the price range starting from 1800$ with all amenities s ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 29, 2014 Rental Basics in Northeast Philadelphia
Terri Vellios, Real Estate Pro in Campbell, CA
Terri Vellios answered:
How much should I save to get my first place? Tips. Knowledge.
That would depend on the prices you get quoted. This would be an excellent opportunity for you to use some of the skills taught in schools, research. Good craig list ads and shop for ... more
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Larry Lichtm…, Real Estate Pro in Bala Cynwyd, PA
Larry Lichtman answered:
Bad credit but good steady income to afford to rent a home
Hi,
I may be able to help you and your husband find a home to rent. Your credit may not necessarily disqualify you from being approved if you strenghten your application with good mon ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 16, 2014 Rental Basics in Philadelphia
Hank Wilson, Real Estate Pro in Bowling Green, KY
Hank Wilson answered:
I love an apartment that's been on the market for months, but it's too expensive. Could an agent help negotiate a price I can afford?
It most certainly does not hurt your cause that it has gone unrented for months. You have more basis for a price reduction or negotiation in general. However, many people will stay with ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Feb 22, 2014 Rental Basics in Philadelphia
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