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Rentals in 91502 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Tommy Lee answered:
Caitlin,
Give me a call or send an email. I can help. There are currently 16 active rentals in Burbank. They range from $999 for a studio to $3600 per month.

Tommy Lee
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tommy.lee@dilbeck.com
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Wed Mar 25, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Mom,
It really depends on a number of factors. You say you have poor credit, does that include previous landlords? A good reference from your current and or previous rentals could be the difference makers.
Each landlord decides what they find acceptable. Some may not consider anyone with a blemish on their credit while others may be more flexible. You might look into section 8 for assistance; this is a program to help people in positions like yours. Best of luck.
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Sat Nov 3, 2012
Darin Chase answered:
Thu Dec 29, 2011
Don Tepper answered:
Check with a lawyer.

I didn't even know that delinquent renters had to sign the notice to quit. That's something sent by the landlord giving you the option to pay or quit.


If you mean that the notice was sent by certified or registered mail and that your husband signed as having received it, but you didn't, then it applies to you to.

The landlord's notice would apply to all parties on the lease (and to others who are occupying the property as well).

I don't mean to be flip, but if you don't want to move yet, then the solution is for you or your husband to pay whatever back rent is owing.

Check with a lawyer for more information.
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