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Rentals in Cochise County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 13, 2016
Mirandad answered:
South of Avenida Cochise and West of 92. Stay away from Fry Blvd and "Fry Town", especially the area near the base. If you have big bucks there are nice houses west of Cherokee Avenue. You can pretty much tell the nicer areas by looking at home values on trulia. ... more
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Sat Sep 20, 2014
Jocelyn Lawley answered:
I have a property that is completely furnished, 2 dwellings...Main house has 2 master suites,3 baths plus additional office; guest house has 2 bedrooms/1 bath..sleeps 8 comfortably...all.on 4 acres, 3-stall horse facilities, fenced with solar gate access...call for pricing at (520) 266-2568... ... more
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Fri Nov 29, 2013
Sharon Peterson answered:
Hannon Real Estate Services. 520-417-9224. 333 W Wilcox, ste 107, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
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Thu Sep 12, 2013
Nelda Alley answered:
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Tue Aug 6, 2013
Duke Hohman answered:
Hi Bejprushe --

It is possible to get a lease for as long or as short as you want. It is a matter between the rentor and tenant. Have you heard of cities leasing properties or buildings to companies for 99 years?

In fact, many landlords would love a long-term lease like that because it would mean that they would not have to worry about finding a new tenant anytime soon.
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
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Thu Jul 18, 2013
Michelle Owens answered:
I am a property manager in the Benson area and yes! there are properties to rent in Benson. Please see our website at www.dipesorealty.com, select the area listings button and then select the rentals button or feel free to call me at 520-586-2122 and ask for Michelle. ... more
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Thu Jun 20, 2013
Brian Schulte answered:
There are more than 2 answers: Yes ... No ... and "Wait a Minute!" What it really depends on is what you agreed to in writing. If there is nothing in writing nor on the lease referring to this, then you should inform each other in writing. Agree to what is reasonable to you, it is still your place until then. If you see 30 minutes as unreasonable, then come up with a reasonable time. If you were just about to leave and they say 30 minutes, then maybe for THAT moment it will work. ... more
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