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Rentals in Centreville : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 1, 2014
Kenneth Wang answered:
If it was entered in the MLS as no preference then it might have been the mistake of the agent. If you have a Realtor you're currently working with, ask them to call the listing agent to make sure what they meant by that. That's what us Realtors are here for =]

List it, SOLD!

Best regards,

Kenneth Wang
(571) 251-1113
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Joann L. Prociv answered:
I am not privy to all the lease information for your former rental, but perhaps you can contact the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors in Arlington for advice. They have attorney's on the staff who might put you in the right direction.
I am confused about your last sentence "which was determined not to be the tenant's fault" so I do not understand why money was withheld?
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Tue Aug 20, 2013
John Ginty answered:

Here are 15 properties priced $1200 or less.,33419,33930,5943,42758,84920,47842,32522,32197/

Only 1 in Centreville, but the others are not too far away. If you'd like feel free to sign up for a free listing alert on my website -

You can reach me at 703-307-3449 to discuss further.

John Ginty
Keller Williams Capital Properties
10300 Eaton Pl, Suite 120
Fairfax, VA 22030
Cell: 703-307-3449
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Tue Aug 20, 2013
Don Tepper answered:

Postings in stores and supermarkets. (Try the Giant at Union Mill.)

College/university campus housing offices. (Try George Mason.)

Hope that helps.
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
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Wed Aug 22, 2012
Heather Smith answered:
Erik, thanks for your comment. Yes, as I have stated I did everything according to the lease as best to my ability. It's a bit complicated, though it should not be. Well, one specific issue was determined not to be our responsibility, but of course, when we move out they want to deduct it from the deposit. The mgmt co stated they represent the landlord and basically told me the landlord determines if we should pay or not, so of course they rather take it from our pockets. I have contacted law offices and researching small claims. Thanks. ... more
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