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Rentals in Bellevue : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 5, 2015
Kary Krismer answered:
If the price looks too good to be true it is likely someone trying to defraud people. Not the real owner of the house--someone just looking to collect a deposit and some rent.
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Sat Jan 25, 2014
Ross Purintun answered:
I like The Arbors--garages, underground secure parking, dens, great floor plans, close to downtown but located in a private area. Close to I-90 & I-405! You don't have to pay huge HOA dues & also live in a high rise. Close to everything but far enough away to not feel the pressure of downtown parking. Nice place! Call me at 425-417-6467 or email at We can do this! ... more
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Sun Jul 7, 2013
Bob Kelly answered:
Here's the attendance area map for Interlake:

Which house were you interested in?
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Thu Aug 30, 2012
Justin Reed answered:
I would love to do a search for you. What can you afford, sq ft, bedrooms, etc. Feel free to email me or call 206-335-0461
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Mon Feb 28, 2011
Kary Krismer answered:
Rob, I wouldn't view this as a way the landlord makes a lot of money. It's actually very nice of them to have a clause that allows a tenant an out by paying two months rent. Absent that clause the tenant would be stuck in the lease until the end. I'd also note that in a bad rental market it might be more than two months before the unit is rented, and it might be rented at a lower rate. ... more
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Thu Feb 24, 2011
Marie Haydock answered:
Yes, it's definitely possible to find a home in either the Bellevue School District or Issaquah Schoool District in your price range of $2000-$2800 per month. Even the short sales won't reduce your renting power too much. Most home owners and rental companies are being more flexible on credit score requirements nowadays, especially if you explain that your credit score was reduced due to the short sales.

A couple ways to look for these homes: A significant portion of the rental market is actually listed on the MLS. So one place to look is to do a real estate MLS search for homes listed under $3,000.00. That way most of what comes up will be rentals. Real Estate Agents will be able to take you out to see these homes and they're paid a modest fee from the seller for the service.

Another source will be a Property Rental Company. They have licensed agents as well, and can show you other homes for rent in the Bellevue and Issaquah areas. No, not all of the homes available through a Property Rental Company are advertised on craigslist, like many people think. A lot of these Property Rental Companies have other effective ways to advertise their rentals, and can successfully avoid putting ads on craigslists and dealing with all that spam.

Feel free to contact me if you're looking for assistance with your Bellevue/Issaquah home rental search.

All my best,
Marie Bumback
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