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Rental Basics in Vancouver : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Feb 25, 2017
Cyndy answered:
This home just came available and is move in ready. Check it out on trulia 14616 SE 8th St $1650/mo. No smokers or pets please.
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Fri Mar 25, 2016
San4steve answered:
As a landlord, I try to respond to every inquiry. However, it's frustrating and a waste of everybody's time when Trulia doesn't promptly remove a listing after I notify them that the property has been rented. It seems that I spend more time responding with, "Sorry, already gone", than the time on inquires when the property is actually available. Trulia, Zillow and Hot Pads care about advertising, not listings. They try to keep listing posted as long as possible in order to generate more ad hits.

When the property is available, I get great applicants. Afterwards, it's a big waste of time.
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Mon Nov 17, 2014
Freeandy36 asked:
the issue, she's leasing an apartment and the garage is not attached to her building and she also rents it separately so dose it fall under her lease agreement as well as can they…
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Mon Apr 21, 2014
Jess asked:
Hi! we are moving from Boston, MA to Vancouver, WA and I am hoping to find a rental agent in Vancouver as we need to rent a place sight unseen before we move in early July (we would love…
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Stonelake Team answered:
Ron maybe you can a buy a home instead of renting. If you have had good credit for the last couple of years it may be possible for you to purchase a home. Give me a call and i will put you in touch with a good lender. Many people are surprised to find out they can buy a home with past credit issues. As far as renting goes you may try individuals who are renting their places without using a property management company. Good luck. ... more
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Thu Apr 12, 2012
Amanda asked:
They are currently there trying to secure a place to live but having trouble. Their credit isn't the best and they have a dog, but they are exceptional renters. I would be willing to…
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