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Wed Mar 20, 2013
Jennie Miller PLLC answered:
Fri Mar 22, 2013
Doug McVinua answered:
Rachel

My daughter is an agent, lives downtown, loves the area and could help you find a rental.
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Tue Mar 19, 2013
Jennie Miller PLLC answered:
Have you driven this during rush hour? That would be a good test of the amount of time.
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Fri Mar 28, 2014
Holly Brink answered:
Yes. Agents, like myself, focus primarily on rentals... With sales tossed in. If you contact me privately I may be able to help. Don't be so negative either- we always have options. :-) ... more
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Tue Jan 22, 2013
June answered:
First of all Trulia, you will need to define "insufficient air conditioner".
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Mon Jan 7, 2013
Stephanie Weiss answered:
I have never seen an apartment community manager on the Trulia website because it's primarily for the consumer and real estate agents, lenders, property managers, appraisers, etc.

Your best bet is find the location you're interested in and contact them directly. ... more
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Wed Dec 13, 2017
Neema Enriquez answered:
Hi Kharma,

You might want to try http://www.forrentbyowner.com/. You can search by your location and criteria and contact the owner directly. I'm sure you've tried Craigslist (which is always hit or miss) but you might want to try looking at some of the classified ads online for local papers like New Times or AZ Central. If you have an idea of a specific neighborhood you would like to be in, it might be in your best interest to drive through the neighborhood to see if anyone has "For Rent by Owner" signs posted in front of their house. Best of luck to you! ... more
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Thu Jan 3, 2013
Adam Tarr & Sharon Kotula answered:
Just what is "your current situation". If you have never purchased a home before, it would be wise to have someone help you find a property and guide you through the process and possible pitfalls. If your situation is related to your ability to get financing, then it may be beneficial to look at carry back or private financing sources, but that doesn't relate to the search for a home. To get the best answer, you need to provide more information. If you don't want to do that publicly, then you should contact an agent or lender to provide information to help you make an informed decision. ... more
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Melissa Schwartz answered:
YES! many of our renters in the last three to four years have experienced either a short sale or a foreclosure as well as bankruptcy filings. MOST landlord's look for your income to make sure you can pay the rent. If you have poor credit with no reserve funds, then you may have to address a landlord who is afraid you will file bankruptcy during the lease term and some may put in protections from that. Typical rule of thumb on rents is that they should not be more than 1/3 of your Gross income monthly. So if you are looking at $1500/month rents, then your monthly income should be over $4500.
Melissa Schwartz
Realty One Group
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Jeff Lee answered:
It depends on the terms of the lease. It could be a 30 day lease just to keep a warm body in the house until you close escrow on your deal to buy the home.
I think we need more specifics here.... ... more
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Thu Nov 22, 2012
Shanna Rogers answered:
Hi Edward,

It would have to be disclosed to the renters that the house is under contract. The renters may not want to rent then because they may not want to move again?

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
www.RealtyBySR.com
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Mon Nov 19, 2012
Doug McVinua answered:
Jason

It sounds like we can overcome your situation as long as we address it up front, you have already started.

Lets start right away to find you housing.
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Sun Nov 18, 2012
Rosalie Frankel answered:
Mon Nov 12, 2012
Christine Loschiavo answered:
Yes, a Realtor can search for homes that are handicapped accessible on the MLS for you.
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Fri Nov 2, 2012
Stephanie Weiss answered:
My suggestion is when you get here, spend some time driving these areas so you get a better sense of the areas and whether or not you like them, the shopping, commuting access to your job, etc. No one is going to tell you whether one area is good or not good because personal preference is a part of this process and no one knows your preference. ... more
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Thu Jun 13, 2013
Jennie Miller PLLC answered:
Are you looking to rent a home there or are you currently renting? Or are you looking to purchase?
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Sun Mar 13, 2016
Liza Asbury answered:
Hello Carmen,
I'm more than happy to help you! Please email me and let me know exactly what you are looking for, price range, move date, etc.

Liza Asbury
LizaAsbury@gmail.com
480.452.6543
www.facebook.com/ValleyRentalHomes
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Thu Jul 19, 2012
Jason Webb answered:
Here is a link to one in area with pool.

http://www.flexmls.com/link.html?x0nd0b1jcfo,12,1
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Thu Jul 19, 2012
David Fuller answered:
Not really but willing to help you. If there are some available we'll find them.
David R Fuller
RE/MAX Desert Showcase
602-363-7653
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Sun Jul 15, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Contact and invite a few local agents from different realty companies, and ask for a cma, comparative market analysis; review the data, ask opinions and go from there; cma's are provided free of charge by most agents, or consider hiring a professional appraiser... ... more
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