Rental Basics in Santa Rosa : Questions & Answers

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Tim Carroll, Real Estate Pro in 94928
Tim Carroll answered:
I am interested in a property I found on Trulia and a friend thinks it is a scam. How well do you screen owners/rentals to know if they are legit?
The quickest and most simple step is to run a property profile online. This establishes who the actual owners are. If the people you are talking to are NOT the vested away ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 31, 2013 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
Lori Fleming, Real Estate Pro in Scottsdale, AZ
Lori Fleming answered:
Is renter's insurance really that important?
Yes, renters should always insure their belongings in case of flood, fire, theft. Things happen sometimes that are unfortunate. Always insure.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jul 30, 2013 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
Robert Chome…, Real Estate Pro in San Diego, CA
Robert Chomentowski answered:
Responsible Young Woman Looking for 2 Bedroom for less than $1200/month. No Credit...
You might want to write a cover letter to the landlord explaining how you are a great tenant but you are just young and have no credit yet. You might provide character references and g ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 24, 2013 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
Johanna Sand…, Real Estate Pro in Sonoma County, CA
Johanna Sandev answered:
need to find a home by the end of Feb 2013
I don't deal with rentals but I wish you the best of luck . Maybe you can qualify for section 8 housing due to your recent misfortune. I would try that if you haven't already, and I wil ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 27, 2012 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
Scott Lawson, Real Estate Pro in 95401
Scott Lawson answered:
What if my credit isn't the best but I have great rental history and a good job?
Your credit can be as low as 580 and you can still qualify for a 3.5% down, FHA loan. What is your score?
0 votes Share Flag Sun Nov 25, 2012 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
Steve Ornell…, Real Estate Pro in Fremont, CA
Steve Ornellas answered:
How do I evict a roommate in California when there is no written rental agreement and I am the homeowner?
Hi jannielou4:

I believe Debra meant to suggest you research the "California Lodger Law", which is covered in the link I provided below. -S
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 21, 2012 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
Terry Bell, Real Estate Pro in Santa Rosa, CA
Terry Bell answered:
Is there an agent out there that helps people find rentals? I am willing to pay. We are just so busy with our business that searching is impossible.
Dear Vilay, maybe now is the time to think about buying! The rental market is getting expensive right now and if you have any credit, this is the time to come onboard to becoming a ho ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 19, 2012 Rental Basics in Santa Rosa
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