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Rentals in Napa County : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Melanie Muters answered:
A couple of the biggest rental property management places in Napa are Crownpm.com and Sierraproperties.com. They have a list and photos of what is available in the Napa area. I am a real estate agent and we do not handle rentals, but if you have more questions, you can email me at Muters8@aol.com. Thanks, Melanie ... more
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Sun Aug 21, 2011
Lynda Jensen answered:
Hello Gina,
The answers listed below give good advise.
I have a couple of additional suggestions:
Try to narrow down where in Napa you would like to live. I assume schools will be important.
In addition, consider where you are going to work so that you can anticipate the commute.
Check out the local paper (Napa Register) on line so that you get an idea of what may be available.
The amount of $2,500 more or less should be enough to find a comfortable place.
I would get very serious about the first of October.
If you need assistance, I would be happy to have someone help you.
Sincerely,
Lynda Jensen
Regional Manager
Wine Country Group
707-299-9930
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