What is the most current rental home site out there? So many are outdated and the houses are rented?

Asked by Peaceandpowerparenting, Hurd, ME Wed Nov 7, 2012

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Leah Wise, Agent, Buena Park, CA
Wed Nov 7, 2012
The rental market is a very tough and competitive market right now. I just leased out a really nice unit in Cypress for $1800/month. http://www.9708paseodeoro.epropertysites.com/. This one is in a really really nice area and I had 8 applications. Working with an agent will be really helpful to get you into places quickly and they would submit your application on your behalf. The other bonus is it doesnt cost you a penny, the seller pays the agent. We use the MLS for properties available for lease, I can set you up with a listingbook account which is directly linked to the MLS but you can totally control it. Another thing I can do it set you up on a drip so as soon as a property in your area, in your price comes available you would get an email. There isnt much, but you probably would be seeing a property or two a week that way and they would be current available properties. Good luck!

Leah Wise
Keller Williams Realty
Leah@TheWiseTeamOC.com
http://www.ILoveSoCalHomes.com
714-875-6561
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Cindy Davis, Agent, San Diego, CA
Wed Nov 7, 2012
I think craigslist is the best source for rentals. It must be updated every 7 days so posts tend to be more current.
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Jeremy Lehman, Agent, Garden Grove, CA
Wed Nov 7, 2012
The MLS unfortunately only has a portion of available rentals. There isn't one site for all rentals, like the MLS for homes for sale. Working with a few local property managers can be helpful. Also, the old school task of driving around looking for "For Rent" signs with the owners number on it.

Best of luck...
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John Doyle, , 92677
Wed Nov 7, 2012
Rental properties go quickly in most areas. To get the most up to date list, find an agent with real time access to the MLS.
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