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Rentals in Westmoreland County : Real Estate Advice

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Melody Haras, Real Estate Pro in Greensburg, PA
Tue Jan 21, 2014
Melody Haras answered:
Would love to help you but need more information regarding your housing needs.
Please call me at 724-961-4544 and I'd be glad to help.

Melody Haras, Realtor
Prudential Preferred Realty
Office: 724-838-3660 x663
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Keith Willoc…, Real Estate Pro in Derry Township, PA
Sun Sep 29, 2013
Keith Willochell answered:
My name is Keith Willochell and i am an agent for RE/MAx select, I can help you. The USDA loan may be and option but there are others too. I have a lender that does a no money down loan up to $75,000 Call me anytime to discuss, I look forward to hearing from you.
Keith Willochell
RE/MAX Select
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Connie Sherm…, Real Estate Pro in Greensburg, PA
Mon Aug 26, 2013
Connie Sherman answered:
Hi, please call me at 724-289-0003. I know of a For Sale By Owner. He has wheelchair access. It is a Ranch style. It is a very nice home. He has just remodeled. He is wanting to relocate somewhere warmer. ... more
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John D Schmi…, Real Estate Pro in Greensburg, PA
Mon Aug 19, 2013
John D Schmidt answered:
The first step would be to get you prequalified to determine how much home you can qualify to purchase. I will be more than glad to assist you in this process. Thanks
John D Schmidt
Re/Max Select Realty
Office-933-6300. X 151
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heavens_trea…, Renter in Greensburg, PA
Wed Apr 17, 2013
heavens_treasure15601 asked:
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Stephanie Ya…, Real Estate Pro in Greensburg, PA
Sat Apr 6, 2013
Stephanie Yates answered:
Hi shafer1034! If you would like to email me at and let me know your criteria, i.e. amount of rent, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, off street parking, ect. I would be able to let you know what my office has available. Hope to hear from you soon! Have a great day! ... more
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Virginia Stu…, Real Estate Pro in Irwin, PA
Sun Mar 17, 2013
Virginia Stump answered:
I agree. It will be hard to rent with a large dog. I have a listing on Locust Valley Road that can be purchased through USDA's no downpayment, guaranteed loan program. With seller assist, you need very little money at closing. FICO score needs to be in the 600's generally. This home is in move in shape and has .4 acre--great for a dog. Contact Jim Morris at Somerset Trust to get pre-qualified. ... more
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marcia stahl, Real Estate Pro in Arona, PA
Tue Jun 12, 2012
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Virginia Stu…, Real Estate Pro in Irwin, PA
Thu May 3, 2012
Virginia Stump answered:
Hello Emily,
You can go to and click on renter information. There is an apartment complex behind St. Barbara church called Harrison City Commons that is income subsidized. I might also be able to find you a rent-with-option-to-buy. Good luck to you! If you'd ever like to buy an affordable home and lack a down payment, please give me a call or drop me an email:; 724.331.1365. ... more
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Virginia Stu…, Real Estate Pro in Irwin, PA
Wed Mar 7, 2012
Virginia Stump answered:
It pays to compare rents before signing a lease. The closer to Pittsburgh, the higher the rent. Newer buidlings with more features will have higher rents. High rent is why it pays to buy right now. Buying might be a better deal for you, since loan rates are hovering in the 3-5% range. There are still a few no-down payment programs out there for renters without huge bank accounts, and you can sometimes get the seller to pay buyer closing costs. ... more
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Virginia Stu…, Real Estate Pro in Irwin, PA
Wed Mar 7, 2012
Virginia Stump answered:
I agree with John. Greensburg limits the number of off-campus rentals to students. Be up front with the pet. Offer to make an extra security deposit. If the pet is a dog, be sure there is yard space to walk it quickly because students are often very busy and might not have time for a long walk. ... more
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