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Rentals in Pacifica : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 30, 2015
Sam Shueh answered:
That depends.
If the rent is below market I say he can charge more with you leaving sooner.
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Tue May 13, 2014
Djc1095 asked:
It was not working out between the two college students so they agreed she should move out. The leasing agent said that all needed to be done was that my Goddaughter, the other college…
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Fri Jan 31, 2014
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Curly Sue answered:
You don't have a lease. Simple as that.
Financial rights? have the right to move.
Sure, you can request moving costs. I can't imagine a Seller giving you them though.
It sounds like you've had a heck of a deal for a long, long time.
I would imagine your deposit will be returned unless you have damaged the home.
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Sue Vaterlaus answered:
Elena is correct that the owner must disclose if a notice of default has been filed. The link I show above is in an apartment complex and I do not think they are in foreclosure. Many properties with Notice of Defaullts filed do not go into foreclosure. ... more
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Sue Vaterlaus answered:
The problem is there are almost no available rentals at this time. There are so many people who want to rent that the owners can be picky about who rents their homes. I personally am pet friendly in my own rental. What you find with pet owners is that they usually stay in the house longer because it is so hard to find rentals that take pets. I have encourage many of my property management owners to put pergo instead of carpets and rent to pet owners. Some have doen it, some will not. Good luck in your search, we have no rentals in Pacifica in our office at this time. ... more
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Wed Oct 26, 2011
Don Tepper answered:
Why wouldn't it be? The instant the property was sold, your mother no longer was the owner and so you were no longer entitled to stay there. It's the buyer's now. As others note, allowing you to stay in his house for 14 days sounds very generous--and quite legal--to me. ... more
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Sun Apr 11, 2010
Cuerkie answered:
I checked on craig's list and the answer seems to be about $2,100. Sounds about right. You could get more if it had 2 baths and a view.
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