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For Rent in 19131 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 9, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
Can you add more to your statement where a Realtor can assist you ?
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Tue Feb 9, 2010
Brian Fletcher answered:
Hello Marsha,

Right now according to the MLS it is for sale. It has been on the market for quite a while and they may be renting it for that reason. I will contact the listing agent for you if you are interested. I am familiar with the area, I just sold a house at 1251 S Dover a little while ago. Email me if you woulkd like me to contact you with any information that I get for you.

Thank You,
Brian Fletcher
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Mon Feb 1, 2010
Richard Friedman answered:
beautiful 3 bedroom home, move right in with refinished hardwood floor. Nice size master bedroom. Large space, finished basement. Newer roof. Nice clean yard. Currently the house is rented for $750 a month, tenant pays all utilities.
Pluse you would need first and last if you would like more info please feel free to call me at any time.

Rich Friedman
Keller Williams Real Estate
300 Welsh Rd Bldg 4 suite 145
Horsham Pa 19044
License # RS311792
267-679-1088 (Cell) Email
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Tue Jan 19, 2010
Hannah Angert answered:

According to the MLS this home is not for sale. I work regularly in Southwest Philadelphia and would be happy to help you find something similar. If you are interested in more information, please feel free to contact me anytime.

Best wishes,

Hannah Angert
Realtor & Conveyancer
PA License RS-295442

215. 271. 3000 office
215. 271. 0988 fax
215. 869. 9571 cell

William Festa Realty
3001 S. Sydenham St.
Philadelphia, PA 19145
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Mon Dec 14, 2009
Joseph Cunningham answered:
MR Cruz,
I'm not showing 5915 Belden on the the Multiple Listings Service. Does it have a For Sale by Owner sign on lawn??
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Thu Nov 19, 2009
Niki asked:
Mon Oct 19, 2009
Michael Cohen answered:
You need to check your mortgage, FHA and HUD have requirements that you must live in the house for a certatin amount of time. Call you lender and make sure you can rent.
Miochael Cohen 610-642-0347 ... more
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Tue Sep 29, 2009
Joe Salcedo answered:
Yes provided that the client has a good FICO scores. Again most of the Landlord
they do not like Section 8 because the do come to your property for inspections
in order for them to qualify for rent. One thing to do is screen the prospective client
before you accept or else you got a bad client later on that will be problems.
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Wed Sep 16, 2009
Michael N. answered:
You can go to the BRT website and look up this information.

Click "I Accept" then type in the address. ... more
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Sun Aug 2, 2009
Gita Bantwal answered:
It depends on the landlord. Some may ask an extra deposit for pets. It also depends on credit but some take a months rent as security and some take a month and a half. Some apartment complexes waive the deposit. ... more
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Sun Aug 2, 2009
Chris & Stephanie Somers answered:
3475 Collins
3383-85 Tulip

These are for sale. Are you looking to rent or buy?
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Wed Nov 3, 2010
Peter Lavelle answered:
Good Afternoon Bad Credit,

I do not know what other factors may be affecting your credit, however you do or should know.
The best advice is to apply for a mortgage so you can get a snap-shot of your credit score.

Peter Lavelle
Citizens Premier Real Estate
(215) 396-0500 x 3440

You save $5000 on the purchase price
of your home or give you $1000.*

*Conditions apply.
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Wed Jun 10, 2009
Karen Rice answered:
Some may charge 1 month's rent, some may charge more. You will need to call a few agencies and ask what their policies are to be certain.
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Thu Aug 20, 2009
davidwbrower answered:
Great question. Generally, property management companies get a percentage of the rent each month for as long as they manage the property. Remember, they are collecting rent, guaranteeing a tenant, dealing with repairs and other maintenance issues, working with contractors when tenants vacate and getting you new tenants. I don't know what is charged in your area, but 10-15% would not be uncommon. ... more
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