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Moving in Sacramento County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 12, 2016
Kenmsmith25 asked:
Hello my name is ken and I'm curious if there are any second chance renting available. My family and I have too move In A month due to the renting property we are in is in foreclosure…
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Tue May 26, 2015
Jennifer Grace answered:
Great idea about the section 8. In TX it is nice that the rentals are listed in their MLS, along with houses for sale. Made it easy for agents to help renters - and kept listings up to date. Here in CA, you are on your own and it can be time consuming. Hope next time it's easier for you. ... more
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Sat Nov 24, 2012
Keisha Mathews answered:
Wonda, you will need to ask the landlord (property owner) of the property if they will accept section 8. Whether or not a rental property will go section 8 id up to the property owner.


Hope that helps,

Keisha Mathews, REALTOR
lic#01439130
Century 21 Landmark Network
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Fri Jan 6, 2012
James Tan answered:
Elk Grove has a very good school district which is important for you since you have 3 kids. Elk Grove is bigger and as a city it has its own police, etc.

Natomas has only a few (charter) schools which are good. However they are full, and not so easy to get in. Also, in Natomas you will need flood insurance. It is also close to Del Paso Heights, which is a low income, high crime neighborhood. However, on the plus side, Natomas is much more strategically located, very near the airport, very near downtown. A lot of shopping centers near by, etc.

It is a trade-off to choose between the two, and it all depends on your own circumstances. If your kids education are very important factors, probably you should be considering Elk Grove.
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Fri Mar 4, 2011
Bud Zeller answered:
Seek advice form experienced professionals that have been involved in situations like this!
Unlawful detainers actions are expensive for landlords, who may be willing to negotiate?
Therefore, some cases may take a while if you negotiate with sufficiene advice? ... more
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