hi, where are you looking? There are housese out there for rent. I am sure we can find you something that works, email me back or text me at 773-732-9123.
I don't think your will like the total cost for two units, and unless you are going to have adults in both, it is going to present some safety concerns.
Doesn't look like there is much available but check back here: http://www.trulia.com/for_rent/SINGLE-FAMILY_HOME_type/2915_nh/
You may also want to work with an agent who can help: http://www.trulia.com/voices/directory/Hegewisch_Chicago_IL---83036
Hope this helps!
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Yes, there are some rental companies and landlords that are willing to lease a house to you even though you have gone through foreclosure. They are skeptical and you will probably go through allot of questioning and promise making but you cant blame them. Good luck!!!... more
Yepp.. the scams are everywhere. If you try to sell a car online and you get the same sort of stuff. They send out thousands of email. If just .0005% reply and send money, it's worth their time. Unfortunately the elderly are the most common type of person that sends off their money to these low-lifes.
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If I might make a recommendation, contact a local real estate agent (you can find great ones on here.) They will find what you are looking for and it will most likely be entirely free to you.
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That depends on the listing agreement.....and the agents involved with the transaction.
What does the listing state in regard to what you, as the tenant, will have to pay?
It should be stipulated in advance.
Personally, I don't look for another commission if the lease is extended, nor do I expect 2 commissions if it is a 2 year lease..........it's expensive enough for a tenant to come up with the commission, the first month's rent and the security deposit all at once, in advance of moving in (in my area we get 1.5 month's rent as security).
I see rentals as more of an accommodation, as my business is really based on sales and listings, so I am happy to help get someone settled in a new home.
What the expectation is in your area may be entirely diffrent.... more