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Rentals in Tucson : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 3, 2016
Gabieserrano2 asked:
I Make Good Money An Does My Bf We Just need Help My Eviction Is Harming Us Nobody Willing To Work With Us.
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Mon Mar 7, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
I'm quite certain there is an agent in Tucson who can help or direct you. To find him or her (and explain your situation) use the "Find an Agent" tab at the top of the page. When you find someone, "call!" Don't email. Emails get lost whereas a phone call "can" yield immediate results.

Good luck!
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Sat Aug 8, 2015
Heather malone asked:
Tue Mar 24, 2015
lewisremington19 answered:
I'm sorry your experience was so exasperating, I can only imagine how frustrating it would be. I would recommend visiting a few different apartment complexes or homes and seeing what the general atmosphere is like, and what the tenants think of the management. There's no better way to judge a landlord than to talk directly with the people who have dealt with them.
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Fri Feb 13, 2015
ongoldenwings answered:
Simply go to pima county parcel search. Type in the address. It will show you who owns that property and any additional properties they may own.
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Sat Jan 17, 2015
John Armbruster answered:
Email me and let me know what you're looking for. I'll pull it up for you and send it to you.

John Armbruster
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Sat Jan 17, 2015
John Armbruster answered:
The best place to get your answer, I believe, is going to be and look around there. There is a "contact us" button, as well, so if you aren't able to find your answer, you have the option to ask someone there, as well.

If you are willing to talk about getting that rented faster, feel free to let me know. I'd love to talk to you about it. I put my phone and email below.

John Armbruster
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Thu Jan 1, 2015
Jean-Leon Magnotto answered:
What is going on that would make you think that ?
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Tue Nov 18, 2014
Jean-Leon Magnotto answered:
Which property, nothing came through !
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Thu Oct 2, 2014
The Vanguard Group answered:
It's not always easy to find unbiased reviews from residents of a particular state or neighborhood, but you can discover a fair amount of information about the city by reviewing local tax information, crime data, apartment and neighborhood reviews, and school ratings online. Make long-distance house hunting easy by connecting with a local real estate agent who has a good reputation. An experienced real estate agent can give you some insights about different neighborhoods and provide you with recommendations on apartments or homes. ... more
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Sat Jun 21, 2014
bbpuma567 answered:
Hio Cassie,
I lived in Tucson and still in the southern AZ area. What are your wants and areas of concern for relocating to Tucson? I LOVE the city! There is so many opportunity and the real estate market is really taking off. Contact me and I can help you find a place you will be happy with I'm sure!
Susan & Jim
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Sierra Vista, AZ
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Wed Apr 2, 2014
John Moran answered:
Thank you and your husband for your service to our country.

There are probably hundreds of agents waiting to help you find your new home in Tucson. Reach out to some that have already responded or find one through your own research and give them your parameters, they'll be happy to help.

Happy house hunting!
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Tue Apr 1, 2014
Danielle Stout answered:
I'm a Tucson agent and the Eastside is my specialty. Please feel free to contact me and I would be happy to provide you with some information on rentals currently available & point you in the right direction. ... more
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Thu Mar 27, 2014
KATHY HICKS answered:
First of all, in a market with low interest rates, there are very few "rent to own" homes. Suggest you rent first and when ready to purchase, contact me to refer you to a Certified Residential Specialist in your area.
Regards, Kathy
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Thu Mar 6, 2014
Terri Maxey answered:
Hi Heidi,

Web sites can be very frustrating. I would be glad to help you. An easy solution is to go to and set up a search there. Are you looking for a house or townhome to rent in 85748?

If you prefer call me directly (520) 260-5067. I would be glad to set the search up for you.

As a full time, professional REALTOR I specialize in helping people find the right home for them.

Heidi, hope this helps. If not call or email me.

Terri Maxey, Realtor and Associate Broker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
(520) 260-5067
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Danielle Stout answered:
Hi William,

I'd be happy to help you find a rental property if you still need assistance. Give me a call or shoot me an email with the details as far as what you're looking for & we'll go from there. My contact info is listed on my profile. Hope to hear from you soon! ... more
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Tue Jan 14, 2014
Sherry Fritz answered:
I am a property manager for Northpoint Asset Management, 520-300-5127. We are willing to overlook bad credit if you meet other qualifications.
Call Frank at 520-300-5127
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Wed Dec 4, 2013
Ric Mills answered:
Most lakes have reclaimed water and are posted to not allow swimming by anyone. It is best to contact the City and the HOA as well as look to see if there are signs at the lake.
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Wed Aug 21, 2013
Ric Mills answered:
If you are looking to purchase, i can help you. if you want to rent, i can refer you to a property manager in that area. Let me know.
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Shawn Devoid answered:
There are many good answers below, but sometimes it's hard to give tailored advice to general questions. Do you currently rent your home from a property management company? If so, great, they should have accurate payment records you can request. If not, it may be more difficult to get a good reference.

Are you planning on renting your new home in a community or by a property management company? If so, they will most likely run your credit. If you rent a house directly from the owner, it is less likely your credit will be run. In any event, they will have to ask your permission (and most likely collect a fee) before they can run it. If you're not comfortable with that, just tell them you're still shopping & will get back to them later. You can also ask if there's a minimum credit score & what it is. Maybe you've already passed!

Often people think they have "bad credit". It's all relative. I suggest going to your local financial institution branch (bank, credit union) and asking them to run a credit REPORT for you. Find out what's bringing your score down and work on taking care of it. There are often financial advisors at your financial institution that will give you good advice, at no charge. Once issues are resolved , you will be a much more "attractive" credit-risk, even if your score isn't fabulous.

Finally, whatever you do, be wary of "credit counselors" that offer to consolidate your debts into one lower monthly payment that you pay to them. I know people who've been scammed by such offers (the counselors never make the payments and are nowhere to be found).

Good luck!

Shawn Devoid
Chartered Real Estate Consultant
Tierra Antigua Realty
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