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Asked by Liz Evans, Tacoma, WA Tue Jul 17, 2012

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steve hendry, Agent, Dallas, TX
Sat Jul 20, 2013
It would be MUCH easier for you to buy.

Call me at your convenience to discuss your options. I can be reached at 214-908-9188.

Sincerely,

Steve Hendry
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Thu Jul 19, 2012
Elzabeth,

With each pet, your chance of finding a rental decreases......

On the positive side, Americans to say the least are pet lovers so there are other people that share your affection for animals. There is a place out there but it may require and effort to identify. Consider advertising your needs.....

Good luck,

Bill
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Kerri Horan-…, Agent, Dallas, TX
Thu Jul 19, 2012
Elizabeth,

One of the properties I am selling has a tenant with a Great Dane- who out weighs me by 60 pounds, and a cat. Her house is immaculate. But to be honest,it is harder to find a rental for so many animals. Why don't you consider purchasing? It's entirely possible to find a house that will cost you less a month than you normally pay in rent, and with the first time home buyer programs that are available and a little smart planning it is entirely possible to close for about what you would pay in a deposit. Even if your credit isn't so hot. If owning just isn't for you, there is always room for negotiation with landlords. You just need to do some digging and work with someone who can help you get what you want.

Email, call or shoot me a text if you have any questions.

Kerri Soderberg
Realty Associates
214-991-1461
Kerrisoderberg@gmail.com
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I'm not interested in buying, I only plan on living in TX long enough for my brother to finish his degrees and then I'm moving to the West Coast or Japan so I don't want to have a property that I'm going to have get rid of in 3 years. Plus my credit sucks thanks to my ex-husband so there is no way I would qualify to purchase.
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Lisa Montes, Agent, Carrollton, TX
Wed Jul 18, 2012
I am sure you can find a home that will accept all of your pets. However, you may have to pay an extra deposit or a little more on your rent to cover liabilities. Let me know if you need any help. Happy to help.


Lisa Montes-Your Home Retriever
REALTOR since 2008
Specializing in Far North Dallas, Carrollton, Coppell, Frisco, Grapevine/Southlake
http://www.yourhomeretriever.com
817-201-7388
yourhomeretriever@gmail.com
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Elizabeth Mo…, Agent, McKinney Tx, TX
Tue Jul 17, 2012
Hi Elizabeth,
Maybe you just need to find the right landlord!

You might want to consider purchasing right now since there are some really good deals out there & interest rates are so low. You may find that the extra deposits required for your pets would have gone a long way in getting you into a home of your own.

Please let me know if I can help you find a new place for you and your pets.

Elizabeth Morgan
214-725-7075
http://www.elizabeth.fathomdallas.com
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Dixon Wong, Agent, Dallas, TX
Tue Jul 17, 2012
Hi Elizabeth,

This will be very hard. I would suggest start saving for additional deposit. I helped a client recently who had three dogs. and her deposit was $1500! And it took some time for me to tell them the situation before they accept it.

Best of luck to you!

Another thing you should consider is buying. Interest rate is so low, your monthly payment can be the same as rent!

Dixon
Realtor
JP and Assocaite
http://www.findyourtexashome.com
dixondfw@gmail.com
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Hunt Holdrid…, Other Pro, Dallas, TX
Tue Jul 17, 2012
It will be a tough find - to have a landlord accept this. Please make sure to ask the landlord about pet restrictions before paying application fees.

Cheers!
Hunt

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Hunt Holdridge
HUNTAHOME, LLC
Office: (214) 866-0050
Mobile: (214) 457-1639
Email: hunt@huntahome.com
Web: http://www.HUNTAHOME.com
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