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Rentals in Pittsburg : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 19, 2014
Wallene Nelsen/Broker answered:
The amount of rent is based on size of property and its location. If you have not gotten an answer back already I will be glad to answer some questions for you.
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
Butterchavis asked:
This question was asked from this property:
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Sat Dec 29, 2012
Wolfgang Croskey answered:
Hello to all those that have gone through a short sale or foreclosure...

This is NOT the single indicator of ones ability to rent a home. We manage homes in east contra costa and have been able to place many tenants who are in a similar condition. If you are interested in our rental application process, view the web reference. ... more
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Sat Dec 29, 2012
Wolfgang Croskey answered:

Are you talking about residential or commercial? email me at so I can get more specific answers to this question.
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Thu Aug 2, 2012
Kevin and Julie McLaughlin answered:
Public records indicate that it sold on July 18, 2012. Send me an email request and I will forward you the info -

Kevin McLaughlin
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Thu Jan 12, 2012
The Medford Team answered:
If you don’t want to occupy a home where a death has occurred in recent years, that’s your personal preference and right. I’ve attached a link that specifically deals with this issue and rentals in the California Bay Area:
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Wed Jul 13, 2011
Sandra Johnson asked:
I am trying to find out how much it would cost to rent or lease classroom space in the city of Pittsburg,
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Tue Jun 28, 2011
John Arendsen answered:
First of all most B&P depts, at least in San Diego, don't keep most records more than about 10 years or so. As a general contractor I'm always dealing with this type of research and it becomes very frustrating at best when you can't always find this information out.

However, should you be able to access these records it would clearly indicate whether or not a permit was ever pulled for the room in question. If there is no signs of a permit but one is required to legitimize the addition for the square footage of the appraisal you should see it the current owner would be willing to do that. It would be in both of your best interest to do so.

He would gain from added square footage which would add to the value of the appraisal and you would gain likewise albeit the current owner would then be able to add value to the sales price. Now if the home is an REO or a short sale all bets are off as it would not be very likely that the bank or the in arrears homeowner would be willing or motivated to put in any time, money or effort.

However, if you really like the home and you think you're getting a good deal then I certainly wouldn't let that stand in your way. I've seen a lot of real buying opportunities evaporate over some pretty petty issues. I've actually been down that road a few times myself. If this home gives you warm fuzzies I say pull the trigger.
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