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Rental Basics in Palm Springs : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jan 24, 2018
Sheri Whiteside answered:
I live in Lake County Illinois When a drain is plugged up with hair is that the responsibility of the owner of the house to unplug it parsai the landlord
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Wed Dec 6, 2017
Lori Lori asked:
I am upset because there charging me more for my place than others.There are other one bedroom units the same size and there charging them less even though I have lived here longer and the…
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Fri Oct 21, 2016
trish857 answered:
Hard flooring, whether hardwood, laminate, vinyl planking, or tile is preferable to carpet. Carpeting is harder to keep clean and is unsanitary.
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Ray Wright answered:
One thing to add. Bring a letter from your employer stating that you are paid under the table for services and the amount. Hopefully, they will do that for you. If they will do that, that may help. ... more
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Linda Lorenzo answered:
Realtors usually only have access to rentals that are listed in the MLS. Sounds like you need to find an apartment locater, they are typically paid by the apartment complex. Go to the gorcery stores and look for the apartment rental booklets that may give you some help. Good luck. ... more
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
ashstauff621 asked:
not sure if I should. I'm not sure what the costs/benefits of using a realtor to find an apartment is. I can't afford much right now, but I need to find an apartment that I can…
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Mon May 14, 2012
Karen Joy answered:
Have you been transferred to the desert area? How many bedrooms and baths do you need? Do you have a dog or other animal that is making it more difficult? I don't usually have so much trouble getting tenants into a rental. It is always up to the owner of the property to decide to rent to a tenant and usually they do want a credit report and maybe talk to your previous landlord. I don't know what your needs are and if you can tell me more, I'll do what I can to help. When you you need to move? Do you need a house or will a condo work? Where in the valley will your girlfriend be working? Do you want a pool? (If you can rent a condo, the pool is almost a given.) Houses for rent with a pool are more scarce as landlords don't like the liability. Let me know how I can help... ... more
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Thu Mar 8, 2012
Betty Kerr CRS,GRI,SRES,ABR answered:
FIrst hire a Realtor.

Right now as a Realtor I am finding that some Landlords are losing their homes and leasing them out them the home goes to a foreclosure or auction and Buyers are not getting their deposits back form the landlords. Realtors can check the records and let you know. Realtors can put your hard earned money (your deposit) into a trust account. Be protected, hire a Realtor they know contracts. ... more
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