I would suggest you try the regular rental sites:
http://www.trulia.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.zillow.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.realtor.com (Rentals Section)
Between all of those, you will get a very clear picture if you can find what you are looking for. Good luck!... more
I recommend that first you try to discuss it with your Landlord and find out of what the key inside is for. If you do not get satisfaction you may want to contact an attorney or Legal Aid. (Neighborhood Legal Services (716) 847-0650) There are tenant rights that you are entitled to regarding people accessing your unit with reasonable notice.... more
You need to speak with the tenant directly and find out why they are not paying the rent. I am finding it curious that the property manager you presumably hired to collect rent is not sharing this important information with you on a timely basis. Call the tenant first and find out. Then consider getting some advice from an attorney. Your lease needs to be reviewed and the lawyer can advise a prudent course of action.
Best wishes,... more
I think it would probably be adviseable to find another property farther away from an airiport. If you're planning to rent it out, a savvy tenant could definitely make the argument for a reduction in rent due to the airport noise. In the end though, it all really depends on exactly how close this property is to the airport. Some people don't mind, but all other factors aside, it might not be a good idea if you're looking to rent it to tenants. If you need more help or have other more specific questions, feel free to give me a call at 716-218-0015.
Best wishes in your decision,
Anja Wright... more
BCG is a fantastic Property Management company and all around Real Estate firm and I don't just say that because I work there! Please take a look at our website and feel free to reach out to me directly. Orin Helfrich... more
Look through Craigslist or the local paper. There are many apartments that fit your criteria but the more bedrooms and the bigger the apartment, the less desirable area you will be in. There are very few 4 bedroom apartments. A single family home rental, in the Riverside, Black Rock or South Park area may be your best bet.... more
Unfortunately a Realtor can not answer that because we have a "code of ethics" that prohibits us from steering clients to and from certain neighborhoods. Try searching crime statistics and databases on the internet and look at school information and maybe that will help you come to a conclusion.
good luck!... more
The agent's commission will depend on the actual agreed monthly rent payment that will appear in your lease--and commissions do vary, there are no set standars--ask your agent the question, he/she can answer accurately.... more
Generally text messages have not held up well in court because there is no proof of who sent the text, just which phone number it came from and who was supposed to read it. Ultimately the landlord should have got something in writing for both you and themselves to sign. Contact the local housing authority to find out what steps you should take, and what your rights are.... more