Rental Basics in Woodland Hills : Questions & Answers

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Tina Lam, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Tina Lam answered:
Negotiating Rent Price
Two approaches that usually works with a landlord is offering pre-payment, like 3-6 months, or a long-term lease with annual escalations.
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Dennis Cogbi…, Real Estate Pro in Woodland Hills, CA
Dennis Cogbill answered:
I am relocating to the California from Florida. My husband will be working in Thousand Oaks. I plan work in Burbank or Glendale.
Smiling Mona,

I would say a good "halfway" area would be Sherman Oaks close to Ventura Blvd. There are great shops and restaurants around. It isn't right in the middle ... more
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