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Rental Basics in 14216 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Joe Sorrentino answered:
I answered the question you asked back in February;

No. You must deal with your landlord or rental agent. Some landlords just prefer to do it on a verbal agreement, others have a written form. Whomever you pay the rent to is the one you should ask. ... more
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Tue Jun 25, 2013
Sarah Jaskowski answered:
How set are you on the zip 14204? or the 4 beds? I can only find 2-3 beds in that area: http://sarahlynn.kwrealty.com/listings/beds/3/areas/3653/

I'd love to help you find something =)

~Sarah
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Sat Mar 17, 2012
Michael Cheng answered:
The simplest way is to punch in the street name of your parents' house and see if there are neighboring rentals. Try craigslist first. And, if you don't see one, you can broaden your search to find a comparable rental. Otherwise, you can always hire a Realtor to help you rent out the house at market rates. The cost is generally 1 month rent. But, if you do it yourself and overprice the market, you can easily burn up several months trying to figure out the right rental rates. ... more
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Thu Mar 1, 2012
Debbie Bond answered:
I would contact a lawyer. Though, you have to weight the fact that they can take the pics while you are there and you can verify or when you are gone and not be able to. But a lawyer is the person to consult. ... more
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Joe Sorrentino answered:
No. You must deal with your landlord or rental agent. Some landlords just prefer to do it on a verbal agreement, others have a written form. Whomever you pay the rent to is the one you should ask. ... more
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Sat Mar 17, 2012
Gail Gladstone answered:
Anyone leasing out properties can experience problems collect rents if they do not properly investigate the tenants.

As a landlord, I learned very quickly who I could rent to and who would not make a good tenant. Once I have a good tenant, I become the best landlord. I never want to risk losing a good tenant. ... more
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