Most likely you can rent a good place if you have the income to support the rent. Typically a landlord is looking for a monthly salary of 3 times the rent. e.g. rent = $1,000 you need to make at least $3,000 per month.
Use a Realtor, we can pave the way and explain your situation better than you can. It will cost you nothing for the Realtor's services - the landlord pays it.... more
A few things, this listing has been active for I've r 170 days and originated from a different website. The price is incredibly low, sending up a huge red flag. Beware that many rentals posted online are scams, so when you see something that looks sugnicantly cheaper than market value, BEWARE! Lastly, I doubt Marco, if he is real, is on Trulia at all. It's probably best to contact him directly through the contact link.... more
It's incredibly frustrating for us all. Craigslist, Zillow, Trulia, and many others are all inundated with fraudulent posts. It seems we've found the evil side of technology. Many of my teams listings have been used in these scams and it's heart-wrenching to hear from the victims who call us as an afterthought because they drove by the home and saw our for sale sign. The problem is, there is no verification process when a listing is posted to public sites. Almost all real estate for sale listings in the actual MLS (member paid subscription with very strict rules and fines) are posted via a third party provider, but anyone can go directly to these sited or use postlets.com to post their listing directly to many of the most used home search sites.
Pick up the phone and call a real estate professional in the area of your interest.
You will know they are legit because a professional will be registered with the state of CA.
If the agent you call does not handle rentals, the agent will refer you to another agent within the office who does. Repeat the process until you connect.
NOTICE: Do no use the 'contact' button or Trulia email. CALL!... more