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Rentals in Kingwood : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Apr 10, 2014
Bruce Nickell answered:
I would recommend 2 weeks before you need to move start the rental search. The market moves very fast and many landlords of which I am one will want to start charging you rent asap and usually will not stretch it more than a couple weeks. Not to mention homes you look at today will most likely not be available in two weeks much less in two days.

One of my rentals will be available the first week of May if that timing works let me know and I can show you the home which is located in Kingwood Glen.
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Sun Aug 4, 2013
Diane Bowdoin answered:
I have lived in Kingwood for 23 years and know the area well. I would be happy to help you find a lease home in Kingwood. The rental market is strong here, so most of the lease listings lease within ten days. I will look for a lease home with a current tenant which may not be available within 30 days if you want to secure your home early.
Diane Bowdoin
Keller Williams Realty Northeast
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Fri Feb 8, 2013
Darryl Hill answered:
What's your monthly budget?
Broken leases?
Criminal background?
When are you moving?
Your name & email address?

My name is Darryl Hill with Keller Williams realty
Send info to 832.279.6341
Or email

Have a great evening
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Tue Aug 28, 2012
Dianna Hadley answered:
No, the tenant is responsible for the property taxes. The owner is responsible for paying the taxes each year. The tenant is responsible for their lease application fee, deposits, and monthly rent. They are are also responsible for utility hook-up (if disconnected), utilities, and typically yard maintenance and pool maintence (unless otherwise specified in the the lease agreement). If you have any other questions about real estate, please feel free to email or call me.

Dianna Hadley, 713-480-5688,
Red Door Realty & Associates
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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Ursula Morris answered:
Unfortunately, there aren't any lease homes for $900 or under available in Kingwood. The lease market is still booming, and the lowest priced rental property at this time is $1050.
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Kim Clinton answered:
The rental market is good here in the Kingwood / Atascocita / Humble area. Apartments are running 95%-99% full so it turns even that many more people to single family homes. I work with investors every day in Northeast Houston with it still being a buyer's market and a strong leasing market. International investors has increased significantly during the recession, in the last two years 25% of my business has been from over seas clients buying here in the U.S., especially Houston due to our great job market and standard of living. You can find some really good information on Kingwood and Houston at these two, fairly new Facebook pages:

I'm happy to answer any other questions.


Kim Clinton
Turbo Realty (NE Location)
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