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Dianeriley, Renter in Jersey City, NJ

I have sent messages to inquire about a few of the listings on this site (ones that don't have a phone number listed). I never get a single reply.

Asked by Dianeriley, Jersey City, NJ Thu Dec 20, 2012

Are these listings for real? I'm trying to find a rental in Downtown Jersey City

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That is disappointing to here - wish you were in my market, I'd be all over it. Don't give up.

Jeanne Feenick
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 17, 2013

I have a beautiful apartment for rent in the west end section of downtown JC. Please view the listing and get in touch if interested!


Alexander Casey
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The leasing office number is 201-763-5510
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I third that, there are many scams regarding rentals. However with scams, the problem is when they do respond to you not when they ignore you :)


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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 20, 2012
Hi Diane - Your best option is to contact a real estate agent and get direct help. Sometimes the postings are scams, and sometimes they're already rented the the owners just don't get back to any new inquiries.

If you contact me I'll be glad to talk to you about your options in downtown.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 20, 2012
I currently live in the Downtown area and can help you with rentals around here. I also have recent references. Please email me or give me a call and we can go over what you are looking for.

Darrell Roch
Weichert Realtors
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With rentals I would be careful as many are scams. Why not contact a local Realtor and ask them for help finding something. If you are contacting owners of the rentals I would imagine that once rented they just ignore your inquiry while a Realtor will work to find you something that is available.
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