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Wed Jun 15, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
The $300 is part of a new "administrative" fee trend that's happening in the industry now. It's really just agents making sure they get something for their time because they can put in a significant amount of work without getting paid. It's not entirely under their control if they do. They're very dependent on cooperative buyers and sellers and really, the overall market inventory. I completely understand the rationale for it but there are also plenty of agents who are still willing to take the overall risk of working for free because of their confidence in their own abilities. ... more
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Sun Jul 26, 2015
Stephan hintz asked:
I live in Salt Lake city UT and can afford 1300 a month and have 1200 for security deposit. Please call if you can help 8013269236
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Tue Jan 13, 2015
Tina Hillmer answered:
Here rentals generally do not charge for parking; but it becomes much more common on those closer to the city where parking is limited or has to be contracted with a third party. Within a rental complex trash is generally covered; however, in a single family home that may be the renters responsibility along with other utilities. Pets will almost always require an additional deposit, which may be non-refundable so ask...... The answer to your question will very with every rental so make sure you prepare a list of questions to ask the agent showing you the property. Also remember to ask about application, administrative and other move in/move out fees. ... more
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Mon Aug 4, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
It would depend if you have a lease, if not then in most states with a 30 day notice they can change the terms or amount of your rental. You should check your lease.
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