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Shelly, Renter in Denton, TX

Are the any homes/townhomes for rental in the Denton, TX that are not listed that are near but not too close to the universities?

Asked by Shelly, Denton, TX Thu Apr 12, 2012

I have begun my search now and need it by mid - late June or early July. I do not know the area well and I have only been there a couple of times. I would prefer driveway, garage or parking lot parking but not on the street. My price range is $1000 or less.

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We have a 3BR/2Bath house available for lease to own. 1300 sq feet, asking $1350 a month, 5 minutes from UNT, 10 minutes from TWU. must put down a good deposit. We can negotiate a little bit on price if you are really interested. amesly@gmail.com or 940-387-6107. Thanks!
Amy
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Hey Shelly,
Please feel free to call me if you would like me to assist you. You can also go to my website and fill out a "Contact Me" page. I will match you to available properties in the area that meet your requirements. The website is http://www.Forrentdenton.com
I look forward to working with you,
Debbie Williams- REALTOR
Keller Williams Realty
940-231-2440
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Of course there are many homes that qualify for what you want that are not listed. Happy to help you in your search. Now is a great time to look and get one lined up. The good ones go quickly. Chris Rosprim, Keller Williams, 940-243-4000
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 18, 2012
Hi!
I serve the Denton area! Rentals go VERY fast!
I can send you all the rentals if you give me your email - if you need something late June I would start looking at the beginning of June!
THANKS!

Mary Kathryn Clay - Realtor

RE/MAX North Associates
3111 Unicorn Lake Blvd. #110
Denton, TX 76210



Cell: 972-897-0869
Fax: 940-349-9294

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 13, 2012
I speciaize in residential leasing here in DFW area. Your search needs to start approx. 30 days prior to your move in date. Typically homes in DFW lease in less than 10 days with move in date of up to 30.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 13, 2012
Rentals typically move pretty quickly in Denton. I suggest you only look about 30 days before you want to move. Unless you want to start paying rent early. About the longest most landlords will hold properties is 30days once you pay the deposit. The good ones you see now, should be long gone by June or July. Also being a college town, you will likely see more come on the market about the 1st of June. There's not really many townhomes to speak of in Denton, but you can find perhaps some single family homes.

Demand for rental property is high in Denton and all over North Texas right now. Fill out your application before you ever even look at a property. Fill everything out, names, addresses, phone numbers, etc. Make it very readable. Make it easy for the landlord to verify each piece of information on the application. Have your application fee ready, and deposit ready when you look. Keep in the folder you have your application, a copy of your last two paystubs, and your driver's license, and any other supporting documents you have to support your application. You want your's picked in case there are several applicants. Providing all this up front to the landlord will help support your case. If you can get reference from previous landlords, employers, professors, or whatever that will also help.
Don't take a week to think about if it is the right place or not, you might miss it. Be ready to jump right on the ones that are priced well and look good, as they go quickly.
You can see what is on the market at the link below. Sure there will be ones that don't get posted, but they are tough to chase. You can find them on Craigslist, in the newspaper, around campus, UNT newspaper, etc or by driving around. They just take a lot more time and effort and some risk.
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