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Marlyn Solis, Home Buyer in Lakeside, CA

I am looking for a rental house 3 bedroom in the Lakeside/ Santee area looking for a long term lease $1,700.

Asked by Marlyn Solis, Lakeside, CA Thu Apr 11, 2013

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I have a two bedroom town house in Santee for $1600..would that work for you?
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Hi Marlyn,

When looking for rentals, your best bet is Craigslist. 85% to 95% of all rentals leased in San Diego County are found using Craigslist. It is used to advertise rentals 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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