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Thu Jun 6, 2013
Dixon Wong answered:
Hi there

You can contact the Property Manager and the contact is below.

ELLIS HomeSource, AMO
Work: 972-258-0080

Dixon
Realtor
www.findyourtexashome.com
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Dexter Gardner asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000031104/Heather-Ridge-4030-Esters-Rd-Irving-TX-75038/
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Sat Jan 5, 2013
ifer970 asked:
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Wed Dec 12, 2012
Pat O'Reilly answered:
You will still have to qualify for the loan so you may have to wait and work on your credit. I have a lender that can help you. Email and I will give you his information.
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Brent Rice answered:
The best advice that I can give you is to draft a brief letter that explains your credit history and also provide the income documentation that will be used to qualify your ability to pay rent each month. Landlords typically understand that tenants may not have good credit history, but they also want to know the reasons. Transparency is good. Most any agent can help you to find properties for lease that meet your criteria. The more experienced agents can help you to get into a lease given your past challenges. Feel free to evaluate my recommendation from my past clients and call or text me anytime at 214-808-3100. ... more
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Sun Aug 26, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Lease/Option
You are desperate!
Your Credit or Finances, or both, will not allow you to go the conventional route:
You need the Seller to help you out!

The Seller will know it, and you are going to pay dearly for this service:
There aren't too many altruistic Sellers out there.

The terms that can be written into a Lease/Option can be dangerous to you:
How long is the Option period?
How much money are you putting in to the Option?
What happens if you are not able to execute the Option?
How do you know what your financial situation will be 2-5 years from now?
How much is the rent in the meantime?
Who will be responsible for maintenance and repair in the meantime?
What will be the Market Value of the home in 2-5 years?
What will be the Selling price 2-5 years from now?

This is the Ultimate Caveat Emptor!
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Sherry Ghafar answered:
Fri Aug 17, 2012
Pat O'Reilly answered:
Sally,
I am sure I can find you something. The rental market is hot in Irving and in all of DFW so you need to move fast when you find something.
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Mon Aug 13, 2012
Kim Nwachukwu answered:
It's perfectly reasonable, common and normal. Perhaps the current tenant's lease has not expired. Perhaps the occupant homeowner can't financially commit to a move unless he has a tenant. Any number of reasons why a property would be occupied while on the market for sale or for lease. Happens all the time. What's important isn't that it is currently occupied - what is important is the date that it's available to a new tenant. ... more
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Mon Aug 6, 2012
Dallas Texas answered:
It is an apt community

Irving homes for rent Irving Tx
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Thu Dec 15, 2011
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
It looks like around $1,100. But it could be more or less, depending on the condition and features your home offers.

Not long ago a few rented for more than $1,300, but this time of year it is a very thin market (not too many renters or buyers coming around).

If you need some help, let me know.
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Sun Oct 2, 2011
Chris Hutchinson answered:
There is always going to be someone that is willing to rent to you. Your best bet may be to look at renting a house or a condo because individuals owners are usually more willing to take on less than perfect financial situations than corporations.

If you need help looking for a rental property I would be more than willing to help.

Chris Hutchinson
The Chris Hutchinson Team
The Michael Group
972.809.0607
www.chrishutchinsonteam.com
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