Rental Basics in San Luis Obispo County : Questions & Answers

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David Norwoo…, Real Estate Pro in 93449
David Norwood-Central Coast RE answered:
So does that mean the house on Humbolt is no longer available?
There is no way for anyone on this forum to know what the status is of a rental. Also, I do not see the listing you are referring to. You may have better luck with Cragslist.

If yo ... more
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Jim and Jeri…, Real Estate Pro in 93424
Jim and Jeri LaMarca answered:
Please tell me about "licensed" vacation rentals in California? Is it necessary to get a license if you want to buy a property to rent out?
Jim & Jeri LaMarca, Broker, 93424
Thank you for your interest in our California Central Coast, here you go!
New Pismo Beach Vacation Rental Ordinance
In February, the Pismo City Co ... more
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Lynn Neal, J…, Real Estate Pro in San Luis Obispo, CA
Lynn Neal, J.D. answered:
Does anyone know how much houses in the old Country Club area of SLO rent for? Do they ever come up for rent and is it a desirable area to rent?
The rent is $2,000. If you would like more details about it, call me at (805) 440-6634 or email me at
0 votes Share Flag Wed Feb 3, 2010 Rental Basics in San Luis Obispo
Tom, Home Seller in Palm Desert, CA
Tom answered:
I am renting a house for almost $3000/mo!!! with a mold problem termites and garbage under the house, there
wow! where would you be at paying that much for rent?
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Joanna, Other/Just Looking in San Luis Obispo, CA
Joanna answered:
I have a question about breaking a lease. We signed one starting in July and put down a deposit for 1 year.
Update....I just read that of we do break the lease after we are already living there and a new tenant is found and puts down a new deposit we are entitled to the deposit back minus any ... more
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Dorene Slavi…, Real Estate Pro in Culver City, CA
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Can a commercial property be rented as a residential property?
Very Interesting Question...
It all boils down to Zoning Laws in your area. Typically every section of land in a county is divided into "zones."
Each Zone has allowable uses. There ar ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Apr 25, 2009 Rental Basics in San Luis Obispo
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