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w5cof, Renter in Prosper, TX

Sold home.. looking for short term lease on home? Any ideas? 3 months??

Asked by w5cof, Prosper, TX Thu Nov 29, 2012

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You may try the The Estates apartments in Prosper on Coit Rd. They may do a shorter term lease (i.e. 6 months). I am not aware of any homes for lease that will do less than one year. Hope this helps and good luck!
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You can call the Ebby Halliday Corporate Office and speak with someone in our leasing department as we have short term leasing available in the surrounding DFW area.

You can contact Sylvia Smith at 972-980-6680 or She will ask you how you were referred and just give her my name and I referred you from a Trulia blog.

Please feel free to text or email if you have any questions.

Best regards,

Sherry Renfroe
Ebby Halliday Realtors
1415 Legacy Drive, Suite 100
Frisco, TX 75034
(214) 215-4145
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Most landlords will prefer a 12 month lease or more. On occasion they will accept something shorter term. Now is a good time of year to ask them to consider it, as they may want to have your lease expire near May 2013 as that's the busiest time of year for rentals. Then they can try to get the next renter in for 12-months and keep it on the summer cycle.

Your best bet is to hire a Realtor to represent you (I suggest you start with the agent that helped you sell your home). Then ask that agent to call each lease home to see if they are willing to do it.

Please know that you may have to pay a higher monthly rent in exchange for the shorter lease term.

Good luck!

Melissa Hailey - North Texas Top Team, Realtors
Coldwell Banker Jane Henry Realtors
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Your best bet would be to have your realtor ask around. Often times apartments have short term leases.
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