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It will all depends on the landlord. But 2 years will prob be the lease term you can get. Expect to get it down maybe 50 bucks if you are lucky.
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I've seen nearly no discounting of rent the past year or two. It was common 3-4-5 years ago. Maybe $50-$100/month depending on the price and lease term. Now we do see tenants bidding over the lease price to try to tie it up. This has been going on for about a year. Many properties will get multiple applications.
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It depends on the landlord. Some may be willing to give you a break in the lease if you sign a longer lease contract, some may not since they'll be tied up with the same lease amount for a long period of time and leasing is a hot market.
Let me know if you need assistance in leasing, I specialized in North Dallas.
Susie Kay, RealtorÂ®
GRI, CHMS, SFR
United Real Estate
III Lincoln Centre, 5430 LBJ Freeway #280
Dallas, TX 78240
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From what I have seen with the rental market constantly changing it is not as common for people and home owners to originally sign a 3-4 year lease. A 2 year lease is more common and depending on the home owner they can be willing to lower the rent for a 2 year lease depending on your how good you application is. (credit history, rental history ect). Every property is different and it all depends on the individual home owner. I would be more than happy to assist you in your search for a rental home and my services are at no cost to you. If you would like more information or have any more questions feel free to email or call me anytime! You can also check out my website.
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