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Rental Basics in 80910 : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jan 20, 2013
Charles Gilbert answered:
Tue Jan 15, 2013
Daimon Elliott answered:
Hi,

I may have something you would be interested in on my website. Check it out at www.falconprops.com
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Mon Aug 6, 2012
Sue Bigus answered:
hi Kristen,
Under the Federal Fair Housing Act, persons with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal are a protected group. To be an individual protected under the Fair Housing Act; that person must have a disability as defined by the act; the service animal must have a direct function related to the individual’s disability and the request to have the service animal must be reasonable.

Landlords are required by law to accept a service dog under the provisions above, and from my understanding cannot charge a pet deposit for a service dog. So, what you are needing to look for is a landlord who will allow 2 cats. To find a rental home that allows cats, go to www.ppar.com anc click on the FOR RENT icon. Then select the field for pets and cats, your price range, etc. and see what comes up.

Good luck to you, and I hope you enjoy living in Colorado Springs!
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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Kristin Isibel answered:
Additionally, I have three months left before my lease is up.
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Mon Jun 18, 2012
Sara Reuter answered:
Tue Apr 24, 2012
Darren Bryce answered:
HI: no charge to you to get a list of rentals that are currently listed through the MLS. I'd be happy to send you a list right away. www.dbcolorado.com
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Tue Mar 6, 2012
Ann Kidd answered:
Biggest tip is the ability to comply with the lease restrictions. If there is a no pet policy, be willing to go without your critter or it could cost you alot of money and possibly your rental. Also, if you know you are going to be renting for more than the usual 12 month lease, try to negoitate a lower monthly rent for a longer lease signing. ... more
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Thu Apr 7, 2011
Philip Roy answered:
Hi Celisse:

I assume by your question that you are asking what is a move in special. A move in special can mean almost anything. Usually things like free rent for the first month or two on a twelve month or longer rental, no security deposit, free cable/internet, or a number of other possibilities. Please contact the Landlord or property manager to find out exactly what is being offered. Good luck. ... more
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Tue Dec 14, 2010
Dan Statlander answered:
Travis:

Which city is your house located in. We are full service company and can help you out with selling the house. Alternately we can help you with rentals as well. We do manage rentals properties across south florida.

You can get a good rental value for your property by starting the search here: http://www.statelandbrown.com.

Please write/call us if you want to know more and or have any other questions/doubts.

Dan Statelander
http://www.statelandbrown.com
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