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Rentals in San Pedro : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jan 2, 2014
Lee Williams answered:
$900 - $950 is tough to find and likely to get tougher. Here's what we have currently.
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Cindy Davis answered:
No one at Trula is going to know about a rental. Trulia is merely a real estate portal designed to get real estate information out to the public.

There are not Realtors and have no knowledge of any given proeprty.

If you have concerns, move on to another listing...

Best of luck.
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Fri Jul 12, 2013
Cheryl Friedman answered:
Good afternoon,

I hope you are doing well today. If you need more information on homes in San Pedro or surrounding beach communities, please feel free to contact me. I would love to assist you.

Have an exceptional day!

Cheryl Friedman
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Fri Jul 12, 2013
Cheryl Friedman answered:

Michael provided a great answer. Rent to own leases can be made and I have made them with past clients, however it is challenging to come to a mutually beneficial agreement.

Why are you looking for this option? Do you not qualify for a home loan at this time? Or, Is there another reason this option looks appealing to you?

I have a team of investors and lenders who have assisted homeowners get into a home now who are not able to qualify for traditional financing. Two of the affiliates I work with are structured similar to a lease to own. If you are interested in finding out more information please email or call me to discuss further.

Have an exceptional day!

Cheryl Friedman
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Sun Nov 25, 2012
Michael Magaw answered:
It is difficult to find Lease Option to Purchase deals that benefits both the Tenant/Buyer and the Landlord/Seller. The Tenant typically wants to lock in today's low prices but does not want to pay anything for that right (option). If there is no incentive for the Landlord, then they would be better off just selling now or renting now and wait for the home prices to rise.

You should get pre-approved with a trusted lender. If you are not qualified now, what needs to be done to get you there?

Call me if you want to discuss.
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