The rental market has been hot for the past year and a half. I do rental open houses on the weekends, and rentals go pretty quickly. Somtimes rentals get snatched sight unseen. If you're looking for rentals in the city, please check out our webiste at http://www.climbsf.com. We have a great leasing director that gets very good rental listings.
Thanks and good luck!
Thanks for your email. Our team does rentals in the City for people relocating to San Francisco. Properties move fast in San Francisco so if you email me at email@example.com we can find you the right property, view the properties for you, take pictures and if you like the property we negotiate with the Owner prepare the lease and set up utilites and help with movers etc before you move here. We charge a one month Broker Fee for our service and it is worth it. You can check with your Tax Adviser and some relocation expenses our covered or check with your HR department if will help you with this cost. The Broker Fee is equal of the first month's rent. Call Mark A. Venegas, Corporate Relocation Leasing and Realtor at 415.955.7968. Email exactly what you want, if you have a dog, exact move in date, one year lease plus, must have a garage, dishwasher, washer and dryer in the unit etc. My team will find you the right property. We do this all the time since it takes a lot of work and time and then the property is gone so it is a hassle for renters moving to SF. Let us do all th work for you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and please visit our website at http://www.sfdreamleasing.com. Thank you.
And some markets are hotter than others.
In San Francisco, if it a nice property, I would not expect it to be still there.
What you should do is have a local Realtor keep tabs on it and e-mail you updates.
At the same time, they could search for similar properties.
Sorry, but my reach does not go into S.F.
Good luck and may God bless
It is too early to look for rental if you are planning to move in July 1... Any day that vacant property stays on the Mather, means the landlord is losing rent income. Our job as a property manager is to make sure the property is occupied ASAP.
I would say the last week of May is a good time to start looking. We are a very successful property management/leasing agency. Please review our rentals by end of May and contact the leasing agent for showing.
Manzar D. Azari, MBA, Broker, Realtor