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Pamela Frank, Renter in Plano, TX

I am interested in renting a condo/duplex/triplex/sm home in the Plano/Richardson/N Dallas/Addison area in mid June. When should I begin to search?

Asked by Pamela Frank, Plano, TX Tue Mar 19, 2013

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Hi Pam - if you need a condo in Plano ( at chase Oak Village) I can rent mine, it is brand new with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, with losts of upgrade. swimming pool and basket ball court are on site. Call me at 214 383 3192 if are interested.


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Hello Paul. I just saw your post and I'm curious to know if your place is still available?
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Hi Pam,

I would suggest looking no earlier than middle of May. Rental moves really fast so be prepared to move fast with your application as well. Let me know if you need help finding properties, I specialized in North Dallas.

Take care,
Susie Kay, Realtor®
United Real Estate
III Lincoln Centre, 5430 LBJ Freeway #280
Dallas, TX 78240

Servicing your real estate need is my priority!
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Mid May.... the very best places rent quickly and about the longest we can get landlords to hold vacant properties is 30 days. Some won't wait that long....when you see a place you like these days you have to be ready to act quickly.

You can see properties at this link:,46921…
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
Dallas Realtor ~ ~ I Specialize in Dallas Rentals & Apartment Locator

That is "high season of the year" be prepared make decisions THAT DAY... you have zero time to wait. Property owners want you to move in approx. 30 days from lease execution date.

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Perhaps early May is good time to search


you can log in to my web site

see all the listings in the area
or just send me an email and let me know what are looking for

1- how many bedroom
2- number Bathroom

I am here to help
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Hey Pam. I have several clients also looking to lease in this same area once school is out. I would be glad to discuss the best approach with you so that you are ready when the time comes. There are some preparations you can make that will give you an advantage. Give me a call or text me at 214-808-3100.
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With how fast rentals are moving, you should give yourself no more then 30 days prior to your expected move in date. To get a feel for the market, feel free to sign up on my website to receive automatic updates of homes in your desired area.

Marlon Hopkins
Keller Williams Park Cities
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searching ahead has its advantages and disadvantages, most renters want to lease out their property right away when it its available, but finding out ahead if properties will become available in June could work as well. I would not recommend waiting until the last minute, its best to do as much research in advance as possible and see what kind of properties are available in the area you are searching in.
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I think you should start around the middle of May. Since there is such high demand, homes will only be available for a few days and owners/management will not hold them for more than a few weeks. Best of luck! Please let me know if you need help or have questions.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Mar 19, 2013
Check out Trulia's "Rent" tab above, lots of great options, if you cannot find what you are looking for on the "Rent" tab, review the Sunday addition of the Local Paper.

Best of Luck
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