As you may already know from reading my profile, I’ve amassed more than 34 moves in my career, and every single one of them required me to find a brand-new apartment to rent. Many of these apartment
I'll just handle this myself, I put a sign in the yard and my phone is ringing off the hook and I want to save money!Yes, the phone is ringing! However, are these qualified tenants? Do you want to show
Hello all! I just wanted to introduce myself! My name is Michael and I am a "professional" renter! Okay, not really, but I have moved (and rented) over 30 times in the past 17-years! I decided to
it's not only "criminals" that put up fake postings. It's also realtors that use homes that were just rented/sold as available in order to get interested people's contact info. Then they'll just say that the property "just" became unavailable and they'll give you 10 other listings. Thus, they use these fake posts as baits.... more
by Jodi Summers Weâ€™ve had our earthquakes. The East Coast has their hurricanes. Power lines go down. Gas pipes get broken. Last November, after Hurricane Sandy, no one was permitted to turn on
The is more to appraising property than using the comparison market analasis method. Location is important and Santa Monica is a great location. Condition of the house is important. Square footage of both the improvement and land also helps to answer your questlion. Please contact me and I will give you a FREE Market ANALYSIS Telephone: 310-310-2502... more
The information you request is available online from the City of Santa Monica. Please go to http://www.smgov.net/Departments/HED/Housing_and_Redevelopment/Housing/Housing_Division.aspx and scroll down to the section Housing Authority
Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV)/Section 8 and that should get you on your way.
The SoCal Investment Real Estate Group
Sothebyâ€™s International Realty
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The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving. ~Oliver Wendell Holmes... more
No, don't send any money until you see the apartment and you sign a lease agreement. You can also check in public records his name against the owner of property. You may also check if he is current with his loan or if he's gone into foreclosure. I've seen owners in default rent their property, collect rent and don't pay the mortgage and you may be asked to leave. If you'd additional help, please let me know.