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Mon Sep 22, 2014
Sally Grenier answered:
There was no property listed in your question. If you're looking at a rental, you should scroll down to the bottom of the listing and try contacting that landlord or property management company directly. Beware that many scams exist here on Trulia (and other sites). If it's too good to be true, it usually is.

If they respond to you saying they'll mail you the keys if you just wire them the $$...DON'T DO IT.

I think it's best to just deal with property management companies directly.
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Tue Mar 4, 2014
Nam Tran answered:
As of Today, the rent in the Denver Metro area is high. For an average 4bed home, you should be able to rent it out for 1100-1400 depending on location/condition of the home.
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Fri Jul 29, 2011
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Tue May 18, 2010
Sam Shueh answered:
-DOM (neighborhood) vs your DOM.
-After a few groups that have toured what is the best or least they like about your home?
-What are your corrective plans to make yours stand out?
-Are you going to lower the price that will sell?
-Are you competing with short sales where people will drop to any value to submit an offer to the bank?
- How hard your realtor is trying to market the home?
-Have you seriously accept the agents suggestion fixing and decorate the way the professionals suggest?
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Sat Apr 3, 2010
Geoffrey Schiering answered:
Well done Sportci! And for future readers of this question, a good rule of thumb is that absent special circumstances you should expect one offer for every ten showings if the home is priced properly. Of course the "proper price" has a lot to do with condition and location. ... more
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Sun May 11, 2008
Leslie Monaco answered:

Unfortunalty, the stats for a zip code can be a little bit deceiving because it can cover all different types of neighborhoods with in that zip. The best question would be what are the stats for "______(blank) neighborhood." That will portray a more accurate answer so you can decide if that is a neighborhood you want to live in.

If you would like stats for a particular neighborhood, I would be happy to send them to you!

Leslie Heldenbrand
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Fri Apr 11, 2008
Kathryn Carlson answered:
Jay: Rent it out. Hands down. 80219-- is a zip code VERY high in bank owned properties. The area has decreased in value substantially.

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