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Rentals in Gresham : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 24, 2017
Hookedonchocolate answered:
Fri Oct 24, 2014
Sally Grenier answered:
Under the listing, there should be a little flag or some other icon where you can report it.
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Tue May 21, 2013
Michael Alaimo asked:
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Sun May 12, 2013
April Hatmaker answered:
Tom, can you please email me or call me i have some qts regarding a decent 3 bed room house renting price that is current in Gresham . we are paying 1585. and had to pay a 750 deposit for our dog. I feel its way high, we are searching for a cheaper home to rent. we have two kids, the one dog whos akc reg, blue ribbon blood line pedigree. a Med/large dog tho, a Weimaraner. We are having trouble finding any place willing to take him for a home to rent, wed prefer to not have to go to a apt. We are awaiting the finalization on our home in tn to sell. We want somewhere cheaper ot save up for a down payment on a home, and in the mean time pay off at least one of our cars before buying a home here in Gresham. bc the cost of home are so high compared to TN> we had a 2300 sq ft 4 b/2bath jacuzzi tub master bath, bed room private whole upstairs, balcony w french doors, pool w wrap around deck, 3 car gar, carport area. basement, separate dinning area, large pantry area, laundry room. Newer windows, new electrical, plumbing. etc and the original hard wood floors of my great grandparents home, we paid only 80k w land taxes of 800 a yr. LOL a 300k plus home here would be a 500 or higher home in TN. and we had 7acres i prime country located only 5 miles from town, access three counties, areas within mintues with several routes to choose from, 30 mins from our state park, Norris Dam. So you see, im baffled.
IF you can please let me know something id appreciate it. Thank you my email is
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Wed May 8, 2013
Tom Inglesby answered:
Short term you will have to pay more because the cost to re rent in the short term. You might be able to find someone who is moving and the owner would rent to you short term. Good Luck, Tom Inglesby, broker RE/MAX ... more
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Fri Oct 12, 2012
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