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West Oak Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Sep 23, 2014
vivianne dordea answered:
Hi, Casie,

6903 Chinook has not been on the market in years, so I am not sure where you saw it as available. If you are interested in buying a home in that area, I would be more than happy to help. Contact me,

Vivianne Dordea
Sierra Homes Realty
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Sun Mar 30, 2014
Mitch Mckenzie answered:
Hi Mileah,

You might let me know your status on this question. I can research the owner and let you know who should be offering it as a rental. As a Rentors agent, my services are generally free as we are paid by the owner. Let me know if you need a proper agent to help.

Mitch McKenzie
Texas Landlord Services
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Sat Jun 2, 2012
Charles Runnels answered:
Lois, you need to be talking to your Realtor, someone who knows market conditions THIS week. But, my advice to clients is after looking at the comps, get it off the market and in your option period. You're not buying the house, you're just buying the option to buy it. Until you and the sellers agree upon price, someone else WILL beat you to it. (especially in this market) Best of luck! ... more
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Sat Mar 12, 2011
Sharon Murray answered:
Hi Sally,
A landlord or management company will evaluate several items on your application: 1) Your credit scores; 2) Your ability to pay (they typically look for a salary of 3X the monthly rent);3) Landlord verification or mortgage history.
If you do not have the mortgage or rental history, they will look at your credit, employment, and ability to pay. If you're a stay at home mom, retired, or independently wealthy, the landlord will ask for specific deposit or lease terms, such as first and last month's rent in addition to your security deposit, and increased security deposit, or both. Good luck, and let me know if you need any assistance!
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