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Che'vonne Br…, Renter in San Diego, CA

Do any homes in Mira Mesa allow dogs?!?

Asked by Che'vonne Bryan, San Diego, CA Wed Mar 27, 2013

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Yes, my 2 bed 2.5 bath condo in Canyon Park Villas (Mira Mesa/Sorrento Valley/San Diego area) allows small to medium size dogs and no matter size cats. It is a ground floor, corner unit with a small outside patio they could hang it. You can look it up by the address which is 7305 calle cristobal to read more about it. My condo is located near the canyons where there is great mountain biking, hiking and dog trails. I used to there myself before I moved. The canyons was one of the main reasons why I bought it.
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This is Desiree (PawrificPetCare) again, who just answered your question. I don't why it said "Home Buyer, Baton Rouge, LA". That is not true. I am the landlord who used to live there.
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Hi Che'vonne,

Please refer back to my answer on your previous question. It does appear that there are 3 homes that would meet your qualifications. Of course, it may depend on the size of your dog as well.

Sincerely,

Chad Basinger, REALTOR®, CPA, CFP®
858-997-3704
chad@chadbasinger.com
Web Reference: http://www.chadbasinger.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 27, 2013
Hi,

When looking for rentals, your best bet is Craigslist. 85% to 95% of all rentals leased in San Diego County are fulfilled using Craigslist. It is used by owners, property management companies and agents alike.

The best way to search is to put the zip code in the search box and then enter the rest of your parameters. Check often and call/e-mail right away as many rentals move quickly!

Lastly, beware of rental scam listings and ads that "look too good to be true”. Make sure you talk to the person managing the property and meet them to see it. Scams usually involve people asking for a deposit prior to seeing the property or filling out a rental application.

Best of luck to you,

Mark & Kari Shea
Shea Real Estate
mark.kari@shea-realestate.com
National Association of Realtors
CA DRE License 01713506
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