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Sun Jun 18, 2017
Nikolasldavila asked:
Wed Jan 25, 2017
Maricris A answered:

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Sun Jan 15, 2017
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Mon Apr 20, 2015
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Mon Apr 7, 2014
Ron, Kristina Wilczek answered:
Each complex can be different. It usually depends when they were built. Older units almost always had one water meter for the entire building so water was included with the rent. Same with gas. However, electric is almost always metered separately. Best to ask that question for each unit you like. Some agents or agencies who specialize in rentals may have more complete information. ... more
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Sat Jul 9, 2011
Ann Griffin answered:
Dear Bonnie, it is pretty unlikely that you will find the space you are looking for on a residential real estate website, but posting your request on Facebook, Twitter, Craigslist and any other social networking sites you can think of might help you out. Repost the request every few days. You could post your request under "looking for property" or the equivalent on a real estate website, and perhaps someone will notice. Craigslist will let you re-post every 4 days and I'd do that and be persistent about it. Also, all your members who have any kind of business should be posting for you at all their various advertising locations. "Friend" other church groups on Facebook and see if any of them are interested. Since a church would fall more into commercial real estate than residential, consider looking on commercial sites also. I hope this gives you a few ideas. Best of luck, or better yet, God bless. ... more
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