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Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Re/Max Palm Realty
Hello Benjamin, I am afraid you are going to have a tough time finding anything in that price range furnished and such a short lease anywhere. The furnished one bedroom apts start at $1,800 and up in Los Angeles. You may consider motels, hotels or extended stay hotels and see what they have to offer. There is also an option of renting a room in a furnished house too. Good luck.
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Each landlord decides for themselves if they are willing to accept a section 8 voucher for their rental property. Trulia is a website, not a real estate or property management company. On the listing you are asking about is a link to the listing agent. I would encourage you to ask them from that link to get the best possible answer for the property you're interested in.... more
Real Estate Agents typically work on rentals that are very expensive... like $5K to $50K per month... if you are under that price range, you should probably look at westsiderentals.com
If you are within that price range I mentioned then you will get a lot of answers here.. contact them and see who you think works well with you and have them earn their money!
Best of luck!
I would like to help you, can you send me a few more specifics about what kind of property you need. Price, bedroom count, house or apt. Etc I do a detailed search for you and send them to you.. Thanks
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Caitlin, sorry you are having trouble with securing a lease for you and your roommates. The issue most likely is not your co-signers credit, nor is there anything wrong with you. The fact is that renting to unrelated roommates, especially that many, is quite risky for a landlord. There are 6 different incomes that she has to rely on all being there or else she might not get all of her rent, and also if these roommates that you aren't related to decide to move out there is risk of not finding a suitable replacement. There is also a lot more wear and tear with this many people living under one roof and many landlords are just not willing to take all these risks when there are other options. I think that the issue is that your scenario is a pretty undesirable one for any landlord at best. It is much better for you to find a place for you and your sister and maybe one other roommate, but in my experience, more than 3 is not going to work well.... more