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Rentals in South Beach : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 8, 2013
William Nejo answered:
Adam, does the broker have an e-mail from Excite.com by any chance?

It's the second time I find a "absolutely good deal" from guys with different names, but with standardized e-mail messages and thy both have e-mails @excite.com

I'm facing the same problem as you.
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Sat Jun 29, 2013
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Mon Oct 24, 2011
Rich Bennett answered:
Hi Sean-

There is ano one central database in SF for rentals but the next best thing would be Craigslist. Even the various property management companies use Craigslist for their rentals. The rental market seems to be tightenting up so I'll check Craigslist often and be ready for when a place comes up that you like.

Good luck.

Rich Bennett, Realtor
415.305.4911

www.LansingStCondo.com www.76-78Prosper.com www.115-117States.com

Zephyr Real Estate
DRE#01358540
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Wed Sep 15, 2010
Eric Michael Abrams - California Real Estate Broker answered:
Many don't take the time to go back and upgrade craigslist listings, as it can be a complicated process, at times, if one has many properties.

As mentioned below, inform the leasing office where you saw the price. There are standard prices and there are prices that those who find the properties via third-party sites pay. There's often a difference between them, as mentioned below.

If you need any help, give me a ring and I'll be happy to point you in the right direction.

Best,
Eric
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