We are looking to move to Lexington,SC,and I feel overwhelmed as far as to where we should start looking.We cant afford to buy a house,so we're

Asked by Angie Randolph, Spotswood, NJ Sun Oct 24, 2010

We are looking into renting a house. My family already moved to Lexington.Any suggestions about where to look?

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leeleegail, Agent, Lexington, SC
Sun Apr 22, 2012
I have a rent to own beautiful home in Lexington SC in the Lexington one school district.
I have a special three year program that will have you owning this home with the purchase price of home locked in now. Give me a call. You can check us out on zillow or trulia. Put in the address:
104 Maddie Ct, Lexington, SC 29073
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Sunae Hwang, , Lexington, SC
Mon Oct 25, 2010
A lot of people look into Craigslist or property management companies.
They have listings of house that are available to rent.
I have a house available 3 bed 2bath in Lexington. Oakpoint Subdivision on Hwy 1.
Very clean nice neighborhood. Close to everything.
You can check this out on Trulia.com, Rent. --> 525 Bule Lake dr. Lexington, sc.
and Property management company, http://www.pmsolutionslexsc.com.
There are photoes available to look at.
You can call them and make an appointment to view the house.

I hope this is helpful.
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Deborah C. H…, Agent, Columbia, SC
Mon Oct 25, 2010
Hi: Courtside Commons Patio/Cottage Home Community, http://(www.courtsidecommons.com) will give you an idea of what is available in Lexington, SC. to purchase. These homes are similar in monthly mortgage costs as rentals in the Lexington area. We have many current homeowners that previously were renters and wanted to own their own home. You should weigh your options and talk with someone that can tell you what your options might be before you commit to a rental. Helping prospective homeowners coming out of the rental market is one of my great pleasures. Please contact me at any of the numbers below or e-mail me with more details of what your needs are and I will be glad to help you with a purchase or a rental.

Deborah C. Hall
US Properties-SC, Ltd.
803-234-7810 (office)
803-767-8635 (cell)
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Chris Reckart, Agent, Columbia, SC
Mon Oct 25, 2010
Dear future renter (or homebuyer),

I wouldn't rule out the thought of buying a home here yet. Many many times you are going to be paying just as much if not more in rent than a mortgage would be (remember, if you are renting a house: that homeowner has to charge enough to rent to cover his mortgage, insurance, etc..)

If you would like, let me know what size home you are looking for and I will send some things your way and show you what is out there from the MLS. If, after we look into it a little more, you still don't think you could buy then that would be OK too.

Let me know if you would like more information,
Chris Reckart
ERA Wilder Realty
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Alonzo Cox, Agent, Lexington, SC
Mon Oct 25, 2010
Good Day to You! You can call the local Real Estate Officies for info. -- but also check with the local Property Management Companies. Between these two options, you'll find something. Both are listed "on line" and in the "yellow pages" Good Luck! Have a geat day, and "Welcome to Lexington".
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Christopher…, Agent, Methuen, MA
Mon Oct 25, 2010
Yes, I have several recommendations. You can search for rentals on Trulia:


You can also search online classified sites such as craigslist.org.

Some rentals are also listed on the MLS so you may want to contact a Realtor in the Lexington area for some assistance. Good luck with your move.
Web Reference:  http://teamlefebvre.net
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Confused by what you mean that you can't afford to buy a house. Rental properties typically are more expensive given the taxes are triple. First, I would talk to a lender and see if you can qualify for USDA 100% financing. With this lending product we can pretty much purchase your own house with no money down and the closing costs paid by the seller. Give me a call and I can help get you qualified and show you the properties that are in USDA areas. I have first time buyers who are paying $900 to rent an apartment in Lexington. They are buying a home that is not only bigger, but saving $200 a month by buying.
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