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Rentals in San Bruno : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 19, 2016
June Buerkle answered:
You can ask anytime.

As a landlord, I expect to get 3 yrs minima ... preferably 5 out of carpet.

But every year, when a tenant renews a lease I provide them one upgrade/modification as a thank you.

A couple of times tenants have asked for new or different carpet.
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Wed Jun 22, 2016
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Mon Jan 26, 2015
Ari C answered:
This home is not for rent. Someone mistakenly listed it. We're working with trulia to get it removed.
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Mon Dec 2, 2013
Elena Talis answered:
First, you have to check your rental contract. If the landlord is trying to modify an existing rental agreement you may have an argument to stay in place without paying for the water. However if you are renting month-to-month the owner can give you a note to vacate at any time and for any reason. I would look for a new place instead of fighting the charges. ... more
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Karin Cunningham answered:
Absolutely! It is shown by appt only. I need to know when we can meet and I will set something up. Call or email me karinc@prucal.com Talk soon! Karin
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Christopher Pohlman answered:
HI Leslie,

In my opinion, your ability to rent with bad credit will ultimately be limited BUT....

If you are dealing with a larger corporation, they will have tenant standards within their policies, and the employees are unlikely to break a company policy to rent to you. If you are working with a person, especially the actual owner of the property, they may possibly take into consideration the reason for your low credit. For instance, you may have had a divorce which led to the poor credit, fraud of some sort, foreclosure etc. If you are able to explain the situation and its not simply years of poor money management, owners I believe will consider you in that regard.

We're all human and everyone experiences ups and downs.

Best of luck on your new home search.
Yours in Real Estate,

Christopher Pohlman
DRE 01838445
1.888.669.8881 toll free
650.288.9033 cell
christopher@yournewrealtor.com
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Sun Jan 6, 2013
John Juarez answered:
The link that you provided has no contact information for the landlord.

The post originated for Postlets.com but the original posting at the source has been removed.

The rent that is being asked is substantially below market.

Do you know what that adds up to? SCAM!
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