The most reliable place to find properties - to buy OR rent - is the MLS. I suggest you hire an agent to assist you in finding a place. Especially with a lease - it literally costs you nothing, and the benefits are enornmous. Feel free to give me a call/text to discuss.
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This property is not in the MLS for lease. It appears to be a case where the staging company is charging the owner for staging/home manager and then offers the property for lease at a cheap price to someone: with no pets, good looking furniture, and the ability to keep it spotless and shown at a moments notice. And you have to be willing to move out within 30 days, because they are doing this to try to sell the property. If I were you I would simply hire a Realtor to find bonefide rentals in your price range that won't be this restrictive. There are also bogus ads posted on Craiglist and postlets fishing for renters all the time. I suggest you hire a Realtor to help you find real potential properties. Remember it costs you nothing the Landlord pays the commission of the Realtor.
People do this to get cheap rent, but not a very private nor stable lifestyle.
I also could not find this property on the MLS. There is no telling why it was advertised for such a low rate for that part of town. Its possible that you must sign an extended lease to receive this rate. I have also heard of strange things like a landlord who advertised a low rent because he wanted to keep one bedroom locked away with his personal belongings. Most likely, its marketing bait as Bill said. The best thing is to work with a realtor. Call me if you would like me to search for some properties to show you. Happy New Year by the way!!!
I cannot find a MLS listing for this property address, either present or past.
This is a staged (rented furnishings) property and quite possibly a bait and switch lease price.
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