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Rentals in Claremont : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Dec 11, 2015
Rich Reed answered:
Sadly, Cindy Davis is probably right. I was assisting the listing agent for a house for sale and became aware that it was being illegally advertised on Craigslist to try and scam potential renters. I printed out the "evidence" and took it to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's station with jurisdiction for the listed property. They weren't the least bit interested in helping to catch these perps! I thought about running my own "sting," but that's dangerous. I reported the fraud to Craigslist. I wish there were a better way! ... more
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Tue Mar 18, 2014
Mike Hsieh answered:
Most of the rentals listed on Trulia (,CA/) are rented as a whole unit, not a shared 1 bedroom. If you are a college student at Claremont, check out the college housing referral service at .

The last resort will be craigslist, but be very careful with the roommate reviewing process, not all listings on craigslist are legitimate.
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Justin Doshay answered:

We have all the rentals in claremont listed on our site here:

If you would like some help, give me a call at (714) 475-2316 i would love to help :-D

WIth Regards,

BRE #: 01926361
Mobile: (714) 475-2316
Fax: (909) 542-9419
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Mon Oct 31, 2011
Colleen Coleman answered:
Hi Bishoplauren89,

It's imperative that you read the lease very carefully, with special attention to the paragraph regarding utilities.

If you signed the lease, you are bound by the provisions of the lease, no matter what was told to you verbally.
Hoping that your lease is explicit and clarifies who is responsible for what.

When you say that they are not separated, do you mean that all shows up on a single bill ? Or that there is actually only one meter for each ?

Are there individual sub-meters for the utilities? If so, it's extremely easy to determine which unit used how much of each utility. If the units are not sub-metered, it means that you only have one gas meter, one water meter, etc. for the entire building. That will be impossible to determine which unit used how much water, gas, etc.

Re your requests to the property management firm, keep a timeline of all conversations, persons involved, etc.

Keep detailed records, and put everything in writing.

Here's a link that you might want to look at:

Here's also the contact details for San Bernardino County
Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board
560 North Arrowhead Avenue, Suite 7A
San Bernardino, CA 92401
(909) 888-3763 (800) 321-0911

Good luck.

Colleen Coleman
(909) 972 1616
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