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acorrea, Renter in Paso Robles, CA

Would the seller be willing to rent/lease this property?

Asked by acorrea, Paso Robles, CA Thu Mar 1, 2012

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Good morning. David is correct. The property on Oak St. is in escrow and waiting to close. You have three options: 1. As a renter, I would recommend that you contact a property management company to help you find a place to rent. There are several to choose from. Just google property management companies in Paso Robles and you'll see several. The other option is 2. Craigslist. Many landlords advertise their rental homes on there, 3. See if you can buy a home of your own. There are loan programs to help first time buyers such as the USDA loan where you do not have to have a down payment or the FHA loan which is a 3.5% down payment program. As a local Paso Robles Realtor, I know that the inventory of rental homes may be low, and I know that the interest rates are low. So, if you would like to discuss the possibility of buying your own home, I'd be happy to help you! My number is 805-296-9005 or email me at suzannebmartin@yahoo.com or visit my websites at http://www.yourpasoroblesagent.com or http://www.suzannebmartin.com. Thank you and good luck! Oh....I've included a url for a Business article: Rent VS Buy.
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Acorrea- The property at 3219 Oak Street, Paso Robles CA 93446 is in escrow

You may want to consider buying a home, rather than renting. It is possible, with good credit, to purchase a home with as little as 3.5% down and interest rates between 3.5% to 5% - A $200K home would require about $10,000 to buy with the down payment and closing costs. Your payment could be as low as $900,00 per month. Call me at 805-471-0828 and I will send you available homes priced below $200K David@DNorwood.com If you do the math you will find it is significantly less costing to buy a home then to rent a home. You can also view homes on my web site in real time.
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