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Sat Jul 16, 2016
Murphyreteam asked:
Sun Oct 4, 2015
Jennifer Driggers asked:
I want to buy a mobil home can i put the home on someone's land they are buying but not paid for yet what would be the risk for them how would you go about doing it. Montgomery county…
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Wed Apr 15, 2015
Phillip Madison answered:
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Monica Holvey answered:
Donna, I'm sure by now you've had all your questions answered. In short, leasing a property varies from Landlord to Landlord, property to property. Generally speaking, you'll have to pay an Application Fee just to have your file assessed by the Landlord or Landlord's representative. The lease term is negotiable, however, the term is usually a year.

Month-to-month leasing is an option once that initial agreed upon term is satisfied. Some rental units do offer the utilities, and some offer no utilities. You, as the tenant, would be responsible for getting those utilities set-up in your name. Appliances also vary from property to property.

All of these questions, while they vary from property to property, can be answered PRIOR to ever stepping foot inside the rental unit. When you are ready to tour rentals, then you should only have 2-3 units you are interested in touring. In addition to this, all your documents to apply for the lease should be completed (with the exception of the lease property details). Preparation is always key to ensuring you position yourself to get approved for the lease you want.

Talk with your REALTOR to make sure all these details are discussed and completed BEFORE you submit your first application. Also disclose any issues that you think may hinder your ability to be a prime rental candidate so your REALTOR can negotiate on your behalf.

If you ever have any additional real estate questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. I hope this information helps you in your future endeavors.
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Thu Nov 7, 2013
Stephony Garrett answered:
Yes information about wetlands are required. Would love to help you with the process of buying a new home.

Stephony Garrett
Keller Williams Realty - Conroe/Lake Conroe
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