I could help you with your request for a three bedroom house for rent. There are not alot and they ho fast, so you don't want to drag your feet on this one.
Call me directly 267-395-0251 or at the office 215-493-0200 ext 1087
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Yardley, Pa. 19067
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Congrats on planning to move to philadelphia.
I would be happy to discuss your situation and offer input if you would like to contact me privately.
Unfortunately the square footage is not listed for this property, but I would be happy to schedule a showing for you, if you are not already working with a Realtor, so you can see the size and property.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss your search further.
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Why are you out the months rent. You have possession and a lease. What does the lease say about foreclosure. A foreclosure and an eviction are two different things. Unless there is a problem with your lease you could start looking for a new place but don't move out unless evicted. I recommend you contact a Lawyer now at the least, take part of next months rent and pay a lawyer then to to review your lease, and to review any eviction notices you my receive between now and then..... more
You can try the following property management Co. that my brother runs:
John Weiss Property Management
Robert C. Weiss
Coldwell Banker Hearthside Realtors
I can send you all of the rentals available in the area with nice pictures. Please email me at Scotty@century21.com with how many bedrooms and your price range. Do you have any pets?
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Contact a local agent. They will be able to send you properties meeting your needs via MLS.
You can also try Craigslist and local classifieds. Just be careful!
http://phillypropertiesgroup.com looks to have a good rental search function.
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You need to be sure that the $1,400 is the total amount that is available for your rent only? Or is your voucher $1,400 including utilities. Check with your worker to be sure. Most times the rent includes your utilities and they account for about $300-$400 of the $1,400 leaving you with only $1000-$1100 for your rent.
Let me know if I can help you in any way.
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I suggest looking for a rental home that is not in the hands of a real estate company.Owners handling the property his/her self may be more lienient.If tgat does not work then a co-signer would be a good choice.
Good luck to you;
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Yea, sure. The same people that 125% no doc mortgages.
Why would someone rent to someone who has a history of bad credit unless they can prove otherwise unless it was a place where no one else wanted to live and the owner was desperate.
We in the real estate world are also suspicious of someone wanting to pay a year in advance.
That usually means there is something wrong.