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Rentals in College Station : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 10, 2014
Jeffrey Leatherwood answered:
College kids can rent single family homes. Don't sweat that term. If you haven't found anything or you start to look for next year. Check out Aggieland Properties or call us at (888) 567-5757. Good luck ... more
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Fri Oct 10, 2014
Jeffrey Leatherwood answered:
Have you looked into Doux Chene? Its a pretty safe area and located near some great schools in College Station.

Also consider looking into subletting for someone but make sure you know your rights as a sub letter. ... more
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
joaniebain answered:

I have 2 rentals immediately available in 77840

1. 4 bedroom 2 bath plus loft with fenced yard recently updated
2. 3 bedroom 2 bath plus study or workout room also large fenced yard.

contact me privately at if you are still looking
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
SoCal_Mama answered:
If you are working at, or attending, Texas A&M, you can open up your search and find apartments that are along the FREE Texas A&M shuttle lines. Check out the Texas A&M website for the various shuttles that run back and forth from campus. If you have school aged children, you will want to focus on apartments in the College Station Independent School District (CSISD) which is to the east and south of campus. Otherwise, if your child(ten) are not school age, or you will opt for Charter or Private schooling, then you can look at the apartments in Bryan, which is north of campus.

There are some apartments on Anderson Ave., at Southwest Pkwy., along the shuttle route, that go for $525+ a month for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath, with washer and dryer hookups. You could also look into duplexes, a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, will go for around $650 to 725 along Southwest Pkwy. Both of these locations are about one mile south of campus, and in the South Knoll Elementary school boundary. If you have school aged children, attending the local public school, you can find many apartments within walking distance of South Knoll Elementary. You can also find find rentals in the local newspaper The Eagle: as well as craigslist for College Station: as well as checking Trulia regularly. Good luck!
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Mon Mar 17, 2014
txlandwoman asked:
I am a responsible single Mom & have good income. I want to bring my kids & dog here. Please help.
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Brady Brittain answered:
The City of College Station has a rental registry. Contacting the city would be a good way to find out. You may also try searching for the property address for lease and see if it shows up on a local management company site. ... more
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Fri Nov 8, 2013
Shelia McQueen answered:
Could you possibly provide another address? Maybe 1st street? There is no record of 304 Church St.
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Fri Nov 8, 2013
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Wed Jun 5, 2013
uhhuduga asked:
The issue with College towns is that they do not have the luxury to do to a month-to-month lease and have to get people to sign a 9 month or 1 year lease.I am not in a position to sign a…
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Thu May 30, 2013
Judy Sweat and Bo Ward answered:
Hi, I'm Judy Sweat, Associate Broker at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Preferred Living in College Station. Our local community has several neighborhoods that you will find neighborhood elementary schools, families with children, parks, walking trails. Rental rates will fit the criteria you have specified. My number is 979.224.4040, please call and we can discuss specific areas to fit your real estate needs. ... more
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Sun Jul 15, 2012
Surfer396 answered:
Please have a look at our rental house. It's clean and safe and a good location
Call 512 694 0360
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Sun May 20, 2012
Chris Tesch answered:
I agree with Jody, but in addition I will say that we do get these requests for our clients frequently. If a client even entertains the thought of renting I typically encourage them to simultaneously market it for rental and sale.

As far as a "rent range" I would use the asking price and reduce it to average 1% for monthly rental, thus a home selling for 200K would rent for about 2K per month. This is typically a bit high, but not outrageously.
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