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Good time for renting a home ...

Asked by sjimk, Dallas, TX Wed Sep 18, 2013

Have a home in Coppell ISD that we are planning to rent it out. What's good time of the year that somebody can rent it faster? Don't want the home to be vacant or run an ad for a long time. Please advise

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The best time of year to rent in my opinion is right around June/July early August because so many people move during the summer months and are looking to find a place before school starts.. Another good time would be after the holidays January-ish because of the other break during the school year. You should give me a call because I am a genius at this Real Estate thing... (469) 855-9558.

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2 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 18, 2013
I am on the City Board of the community know the area extremely well Over the past 12 months

Homes Leased: 246
Average Days on market : 29
Average Rental rate: $1850

Coppell is a rare city for fact we don't have many rentals in the area and families often compete for a home rental with bidding wars.

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1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 18, 2013
Please visit my website, I have very special offer for Renters.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 7, 2013
Typically rental market is really hot in the summer but that doesn't mean that if you put your home on the market now it will not lease out. Coppell ISD is desirable and if you are seriously planning to lease it out I would suggest working with a realtor to market your property. Do you need a property manager?

I usually sit down with my client and give my client ideas about the local housing market (for sale, for lease) so you know what to expect in leasing a home and being a landlord. I also team up with a reputable property management company if you need to hire a property manager.

Let me know if you are interested to sit down and chat, you can call me at 469-371-2899.

Susie Kay, Realtor®
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 19, 2013
Hire any 1 Realtor to get the answers you need.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 19, 2013
Residential real estate investment markets usually heat up during the spring and summer. That's because families deem it ideal weather for a move. The fact that children are at home during summer break only helps with any decision to relocate and move to another home. But more recently, the spring-time has been characterized by more supply and greater demand. While this has meant more competition amongst buyers, it has also served to drive up prices for residential real estate investment properties.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 19, 2013
NOW! I say this with a dash of humor because the Dallas market remains intense and this intensity spills over into surrounding areas such as Coppell. Rents run with the real estate market. When the market is tight (a seller's market), rent values increase. There is a continued shortage of homes available to purchase therefore renting your home will not take long at all to accomplish! Your greatest challenge will be to not underprice your property. In example, a property I last listed for lease commanded $750 more a month for an 18month lease than my client was first thinking about leasing it for. People need to lease throughout the year, and in this tight marketplace, I can't stress enough how we need more inventory. So you will do very well if this is what you seek to do. I do recommend working with a REALTOR -- Leasing, becoming a landlord is not as simple as it may seem.

All the best,
RoseMarie LaCoursiere
REALTOR

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 18, 2013
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