Jim mentioned the price and possible perks are what initially sparked my interest. I am going to try and contact the owner I was hoping they would be the ones commenting.
By the way this is a little side bar, I just came back from school where I was living in a 4 bed 4 bath suite that paid for gas and electricity except their was a limit and once that limit was passed the tenants were responsible for the difference. I am sure she added that to the bill we paid every month and if the utility's bill is any lower the rest is just change for the owner.
Once again, thank you everyone for the assistance.
And scallejas, I would rather pay sewer and garbage myself, for my rentals, as these costs are levied on the property. If not paid, they turn into a lien on the property. You could build these costs into the rent amount, but be careful to not exceed market rental value or you're not going to get anyone to rent your property.
Rick Otto and Associates
Real Estate Sales and Property Management
There was furniture in the pictures which implies furnished. Nicely furnished houses often rent for more than unfurnished houses and may or may not include extra perks like cable, internet service, utilities etc. So Rick and Jaime and Raul" This might be an exception to the normal.