To find an unlisted rental property, I suppose the only approach you can try is to ask around friends and family to see if they know of any. Otherwise, you would have to knock on every door in your area to ask every landlord if they have such a property.... more
Prairie Lakes is a large development and there's the potential for multiple different management companies in for the townhouses on Lafayette vs. the ones in the Kerrville area. The properties on Kerrville Trail are managed by Community Development - 763-225-6400.
Let me know if I can assist in any other way.
Our family moved to Lakeville, MN December 2006 from PA! We chose Lakeville because we knew it was going to be a growing area in the future. It's close to the airport and MOA. There are several amenities near by. Lakeville Schools are very good! Our children attend LNHS. It's not congested like many areas that are fully developed south of the cities.
A few of the things that have been a downside really are due to our economy situation. Growth has slowed down I believe due to the economic situation nationwide and statewide. Our schools are facing serious cutbacks due to lack of funds as well.
All in all, we enjoy Lakeville and look forward to its growth in the future!
David, please let me know if I can be of assistance to you in the future! I would love to sit down with you and discuss your real estate needs.... more
Big differences between Lakeville and Faribault for sure (with Northfield in between). Faribault will get you a lot more for your money, a larger lot and land if you want, but Lakeville is known for its excellent schools and would have a much shorter commute time to downtown and give you many more options for hospital employment. Fariview Ridges would be a very close, major hospital, but Lakeville is where I35 splits giving you equal access to St Paul and Minneapolis. As with all these things, it comes down to compromise and what you value.
I certainly empathize with moving and relocating: I moved here from England 15 years ago and moved to Canada for a year too. Let me know if you need anything at all!
Usually a certified check in the amount of the bid has to be available and when you register for the sale and your opportunity to bid, they will inform you of the process and when and where
you will submit the funds. EF... more
The answer depends on how handy you are. Usually, the cost to finish a basement is not returned upon resale, unless you can keep the cost low by doing it yourself. Otherwise, if you can convert the basement into a separate rental unit, that would add enough value to justify finishing the basement.... more
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Hi there Charlie,
Landlords do not typically look through Trulia Voices for prospective tenants, but instead expect to be contacted directly by said tenants.
However, I have I have found some property managers that might be able to help you out. I recommend reaching out to each of them in order to find what you're looking for.
I hope at least one of these names will be able to help you. Good luck with your search!
Trulia Voices... more
There are some incredible values in Lakeville (check out 20857 Iran Ave S, Lakeville, MN). Prices have been hit very hard in Lakeville:
2008- Closed sales are down - 12.3%
2008- Avg sales price is down -6.9%
2008- Supply is down -15.1%
2008- Avg sales price $285,018.
There have been 41 single family homes that have an "off market" date of 11/15/2008-present.... more
Property is not yet on the market. Last listed on MLS back in 2008. You will not be able to buy direct from Duetsche Bank and they use several different asset management companies so it can be hard to find out who the property is assigned to.
Is the house empty? If so there may be a posting on it with some kind of contact information.... more
I don't believe in scripts, Audrey. I do think there are a few things you should know about every person who leaves your open house - how did they find out about it, are they working with an agent, how long have they been looking.
My general program is as follows:
* I welcome them to the house
* I ask them how they found out about it
* I ask them if their agent told them about it (unless that was their answer. Usually they'll say, "signs" or "internet" or "ad."
* If they still haven't mentioned that they're working with an agent, I ask them what their agent's name is. If they don't have one "yet," well, Audrey, you have a prospect.
* I offer them a brochure
* I invite them to roam freely
* I assure them that they can always ask me questions
* I ask them to give me thirty seconds or so before they leave to tell me what they think of the property
I let them roam, maybe we interact or not. Before they leave, I ask them
* what they think of the property (like I said I would,)
* how it compares to other properties they've seen
by now, you know if they're interested in the property or not, and whether they're working with an agent or not.
How you close them from here is up to you.
All the best,... more
The problem with going after rentals is that it's really hard to build a value proposition. Why would a landlord want to pay a Realtor 1 months rent to find a tenant when it's probably easier and FREE to do so in Craiglist since there is such a huge pool of potential tenants looking there. Just look at MLS and see how few rentals are in there and you'll see the reality that it's not the best place for them.
The one option that makes some sense to me is where you find a homeowner that is willing to list the house for sale but also list it for rent at the same time and willing to take whatever comes along. The new option to list rentals in MLS makes some sense for that.... more
I don't know why I missed this question when it was posted. I have a decent real estate attorney who's information that I can send to you if you would like. Please email me and I would be happy to pass it along.
Cameron Piper... more