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Rentals in Fairfield : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Nov 22, 2015
chart74 asked:
My son and I are in need of a place to rent in a few months. I have a past eviction on my credit report which is making it hard for me to rent. Does anyone know of any companies or rental…
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Mon Oct 5, 2015
answered:
These landlords can be real jerks.

Why don't you give me a call, and we can figure out how with the same amount of money you can buy your own house.

714-968-2500
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Thu Apr 16, 2015
Latrece Howard answered:
Fri Jan 30, 2015
businessemail77 answered:
its a scam.,The Property was sold back on DEC.5 2014 - I did a reverse address look up. I have attached the link below. The interior pictures on this site do not match the pictures on realtor site where the house was sold. Be careful on search dealing with (supposed) private owners.

http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3131-Appaloosa-Way_Fairfield_CA_94533_M25754-93480
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Mon Dec 8, 2014
Josh Barnett answered:
Call the police, file a report, and fill an internet fraud report with the fbi.
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Sat Nov 29, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
Most often you will fond scam listings in rentals because they let anyone post ads unlike the for sale area that mandates you must be licensed. When it sounds to good to be true , it is. NEVER rent a home sight unseen and NEVER wore money for a rental ... more
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Thu Aug 28, 2014
Maria Kohyar answered:
Which house are you asking about?
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Tue Aug 5, 2014
Ernie Behrle answered:
My daughter almost got caught up in a scam like this on Craigslist. The thing to remember is that if it seems too good to be true, it's probably BAD. ALSO!!! NEVER EVER fill out an application before seeing the home in person. Remember that every application requires your SS number and no legit rental company or owner would ask for that without meeting you first and showing you the property. In my daughters case, as soon as she told the guy her Dad was a Realtor he hung up on her. When I found out about it the next day and tried to call him, the number was already disconnected. Good Luck ... more
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Wed Apr 9, 2014
Andrew Purdy CRS answered:
Rent to own agreements are drawn up by people that EXPECT you to miss a payment. Once you do, you lose everything you have put into it. There are LOTS of people out there ready to let you gamble on this! Be careful. Why not engage a mortgage broker to assist you with repairing your credit and preparing you for the purchase of a home. You can also hire a good real estate agent, (preferably a CRS) that will work with you through the process (even if it takes years, which it shouldn't.) Protect yourself and avoid these scams. ... more
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Fri Aug 2, 2013
BayAreaHomeRebate answered:
I don't do rentals either, but call Real Property Mgt. Select @ 1499 Oliver Rd Fairfield, CA 94534
(707) 266-6828 this is the company I deal with for rentals. Mention my name and ask for NIck.

Thanks
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Fri May 10, 2013
Trulia Customer Service answered:
Hi,

Niki from Trulia here. We are excited that you are using Trulia for your real estate needs. The listing at http://www.trulia.com/rental/311633445 is no longer active on Trulia.

To remove a rental listing from Trulia, the status update should be made in the source site. If the listing was manually submitted there will be a delete option when you are in "My Listings". If the listing was syndicated to us from another site, the status should be re-syndicated when the source site is updated.

We are actively working to filter out incorrect or inactive listings from our site and appreciate your patience as we continually refine our process. We hope your experience with Trulia is memorable and thank you for using Trulia for all your real estate needs.
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Thu Apr 18, 2013
Robert Chomentowski answered:
My suggestion is to drive around where you want to live and look for "for rent" signs and call. Those are probably getting a lot less traffic and people calling them.
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
BayAreaHomeRebate answered:
What's your question regarding rentals?
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Don McDonald answered:
Managing one of the largest brokerage firms and property management companies in Fairfield I would have to say "Yes" if he plans to sell soon, or live in for his benefit. "No" if he plans to rent. The home will not get more rental value. It will appeal to more and make the home more desirable but not to the extent of extra rental income. When he decides to sell, then perhaps that will be the best time to install new windows. ... more
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Don McDonald answered:
I would recommend you stay away from the "Rent to own" scenario. Often these deals end up very sour. Imagine all that can go wrong. Typically you pay a premium (Higher Rent) to allow partial funds to be set aside for a presumed down payment. You agree on a price, terms etc., But things change and change fast. I always ask the question "What If". What if the values go down, what is the go up, what if interest rates increase, mortgage insurance goes up, what if the home doesn't appraise during the purchase period, what if something major happens to the home, what if Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac stop allowing 3.5% down. All these can cause serious issues and a loss of your hard earned savings towards the home. These questions and hundreds more should be answered prior to any "Rent to Own" deal is made. The smart move would be to rent either month to month or for a shorter lease period and save, save, save. You will be surprised at how quick you can save 3.5% for a down payment. ... more
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Don McDonald answered:
One of the unique things you can gain from viewing a "Walk Score" is the ability to see all the surrounding amenities within 1 mile radius of the property. When viewing the map you can see the banks, gas stations, grocery stores, shopping centers, schools, parks ect., all within walking distance from the home. ... more
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