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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Irina Bennett answered:
Tara, I am happy to tell you about a great realtor I met last year, his name is George White, and he was telling me about many families he has helped to locate homes specifically on section 8 program! I hope he can help you too, here is his e-mail: George Properties georgepropertiesnc@gmail.com ... more
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Sun Apr 16, 2017
Maritza answered:
Hello Sharron, my brother after a foreclosure couldn't rent anything for his bad credit and this company help him for 2 years renting with them now trough them he bough a house they don't check your credit you got to have a job and pay security deposit it and first month and you got a place to live and pay your rent on time phone number is 1-855-5328879 call them and they will do the best to help you! ... more
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Irina Bennett answered:
Mary,
I am happy to tell you about a great realtor I met last year, his name is George White, and he was telling me about many families he has helped to locate homes specifically on section 8 program! I hope he can help you too, here is his e-mail: George Properties georgepropertiesnc@gmail.com
They may have sme homes that are 2/3 bedrooms for $800 or so...
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Irina Bennett answered:
YES! So crazy, multiple offers and some people are willing to rent site unseen! Tenants offer longer leases and some even go up on the deposits and price!
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Wed Jul 4, 2012
Mark Pelshak answered:
Just sent you an email. Please let me know if you got it.


Regards,

Mark
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Thu Apr 5, 2012
Michael Johnson answered:
Hello My name is Michael Johnson, I would be more than happy to list your home to rent for you. We normally charge first months rent and around %10/month depending on the price of your rent charges. We normally charge this to list the home, find tenants provide a lease and manage the property throughout the term of the lease. If you are only interested in listing the house for rent and would like to manage the property yourself, I would base your charges on the amount of monthly rent. Please feel free to give me a call or send me an email to discuss how I can help you rent your home. Thank you.

Michael Johnson
Rich Realty Group
919-801-5987
mwj_2@hotmail.com
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Mon Sep 19, 2011
Mark Pelshak answered:
Depending on where you are looking, I might have a possibility for you. I just sold a client a home and they want to rent their current home out. They are asking $1300/mo. and it is a 1470 square feet with 4 bedrooms and a single car garage. If this works for you, I can give you more information. ... more
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Thu Jul 17, 2014
Marc Comisar answered:
you should try and contact raleigh cary realty......I heard they do a great job in the area.
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Wed Feb 17, 2010
Deborah Miller answered:
I found this answer on another State's Website (it is a federal program) and just copied and pasted it for you here. I do suggest that you check with the issuing agency, and call the contact that provided you with your voucher as they state and let them know where you would like to move. It states that also below in Step 1.

"Families with Section 8 vouchers can move anywhere in the United States where there is a Section 8 program. This is called "portability." Portability allows families to move to areas with better jobs or schools, close to family members, or anywhere else they choose to live.

You can take your Section 8 voucher with you when you move if you follow these rules:

•You must meet the terms of your current lease and give your landlord proper notice.

•You must move to a city/town with a Section 8 program.

•If you are using your voucher for the first time, you must meet the income limits of the city or town where you are moving.

•If you are using your voucher for the first time and you are not a resident of the city or town where you got your voucher, you may be required to live in Massachusetts for one year before moving out of state.

These are the steps involved:

1.You should notify the housing agency that gave you the voucher and tell them where you want to move.

2.If you are already using your voucher, your housing agency will review your lease to make sure that you are allowed to move.

3.Your housing agency will contact the housing agency in the city or town where you are moving and check to see that you are eligible to move into that community. If you are eligible, your housing agency will send a copy of your voucher and all the necessary documents to your new housing agency.

4.You should call your new housing agency to schedule an appointment. The agency may ask you to bring proof of income or other documents. If everything is in order, the agency will give you a new Section 8 voucher to use in their jurisdiction. The voucher will follow the rules of the new housing agency. The number of bedrooms you can get, how much rent you can pay, and rules about extensions may be different from your old voucher.

5.When you find a place to rent, your new housing agency will do the inspection and paperwork, make rent payments to your landlord."

I hope this is helpful.

Deborah Rigsbee Miller, Real Estate Broker, ESA
Coldwell Banker, HPW - Durham, NC
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
Kris Cuddy answered:
Hi Pamela. I have forwarded your phone number to Lisa Pace in my office. She handles rentals in our area.
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Thu Aug 20, 2009
Kevin Woody answered:
Yes - one posted in MLS currently: 2321 Lockwood Folly Lane, listing agent is Deborah Tilton 919-459-6300 - give her a call.
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Tue Jul 14, 2009
Tim Burrell answered:
If you do not need a house, there are many, many condos that are arranged with four bedroom suites, they share a common kitchen and living area. They were built in abundance in the last 15 years for parents to buy, have their child occupy one unit and rent the outher three. If that fits, you have a huge selection. If not, there are a good number of rental houses. ... more
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Mon May 11, 2009
Sheri Moritz answered:
The best place to get this information would be from the Raleigh police department. Real estate agents can not provide answers to that question.
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Wed Jan 7, 2009
Diana Braun answered:
Hello Shaquettia:
Thank you for posting your question. We have several properties to rent which meets your criteria. How can I be of assistance to your needs. Feel free to contact me for details.

Diana Braun, QSC, PS, TRC
Real Estate Broker - REALTOR
5821 Falls of Neuse Road
Raleigh, NC 27587
DBraun@apgmac.com
919-582-0734 Office
919-671-7358 Mobile
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