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Rentals in 76108 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Feb 10, 2012
Tricia Winters answered:
Yes it is. Please contact me by phone or email and I can set you up on a search of homes in the area. There are some newer homes that we can possibly find within your price range.
Thank you,
Tricia Winters
REMAX Trinity
Cell - 817-709-3367
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Wed Mar 7, 2012
Chris Hutchinson answered:
Look at the single family homes for lease that are larger square footage. You may pay a little more but they are more likely to allow you to have a few more pets.

I have access to a host of houses that will allow pets as long as you pay the security deposit unless you have something like 4 pitbulls or aggressive breed dogs. Give me a call if you are still in the market for pet friendly housing.


Chris Hutchinson
Chris Hutchinson Real Estate
The Michael Group
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Tue Jan 31, 2012
Patrick Fields answered:
Good evening Renter,

I am happy to work with you to identify your property needs in the mid cities. I will be showing homes in Southlake most of the day tomorrow but I do have time to talk it through with you in the morning or this evening. Please feel free to call me at 214-728-1650. We have 31 office around the DFW metroplex, more than any broker in N. Texas. If it is out there - I can find it for your and am happy to give it my all!

Patrick Fields
Ebby Halliday Realtors
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Tue Dec 13, 2011
Sloan Yorek answered:
Do you know what price point you're pre-approved to purchase? Have you spoken with your mortgage lender about your affordable price range?

I'd be happy to help you in your search and eventual purchase.

Kind Regards,
Sloan Yorek
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Sat Nov 5, 2011
Kelly answered:
Hi, let me so a search by schools and see. Where are you living now? Can you call me and give me a litle more information on your needs? Thanks,

Kelly Payne
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Abu Musa answered:
Your local real estate broker can find you a broker for section 8.I would talk to a real estate agent.Good luck.
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Wed Jun 8, 2011
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:
The home doesn't seem to be listed. However, usually on rentals, the deposit is one month of the lease amount.

I hope this helps.

214-289-8555 ... more
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Tue May 31, 2011
Jackie Rankin answered:
$850 deposit, plus $250 pet deposit (if applicable). Hope that helps!!


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Tue May 31, 2011
Terra Neff answered:
This home requires a $850 deposit, there is also a $40 appilication fee. I'd love to help you further on this property if you're interested!
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Wed Jan 25, 2012
Kyle Schnaiderman answered:
There is not much in Benbrook for rent, but I have found you one home that is in the Benbrook Elementary zone. It is a 3 bedroom home with 1450 square feet. Send me an e-mail or give me a call and we may be able to set up a showing for you to go see it. Have a great day!

Kyle Schnaiderman
Keller Williams Dallas Metro North
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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Tim Cook answered:
As with many zip codes, there are good and bad areas within a zip code. The 76133 area is the same but for the most part it's a good rental area. The tip is, if you are just buying the home location location location, be sure the house is ready to rent i.e. clean and in good condition, staged, and priced competitively and you'll do just fine. ... more
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Sun Mar 13, 2011
I would suggest contacting Sloan Yorek at Brandts. Her number is 817-223-5435 or email at She is awesome and I think you will love her go gettum' attitude! ... more
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Sun Mar 13, 2011
Debbie Scrimshire answered:
I am not sure what your credit situation but usually rent to own says you cannot qualify at this time for a loan. I have seen many buyers that thought they were buying a home in a "rent to own" situation only to have the loan company evict them because the person you are paying your rent to is not paying the bank or mortgage company. Real Estate agents are not allowed to draft contracts for this situation and if they say they can please run. Homeowners or investors often think this is easily done but the pitfalls for the buyer are numerous. It is imperitave that you get an attorney involved prior to entering into this kind of agreement. You would probably be better off leasing until you become creditworthy and then purchase. Save your hard earned money and do not risk this type of transaction. ... more
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
T.E. & Naima Sumner answered:

You'd need to supply some additional information on the location and features of the property for someone to help you. (Yes, price is a good start.)

You might try looking on-line first - try my website for rentals ... more
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