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Rentals in 95864 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Kylee Roe answered:
Are you wanting to rent or buy, as values on this size home will differ, neighborhood to neighborhood. There are many neighborhoods that you will like, I am sure, depending on your preferences. With small children, if schools are important, than San Juan, Roseville, Rocklin, Folsom and Elk Grove districts may be the best for you. Natomas, Roseville, Elk Grove are great for parks and children's recreation. Suburban living is Natomas, Roseville, Elk Grove, Folsom, Citrus Heights and more. For proximity to work, it depends where you are working. Your rental budget seems adequate for all these areas. GOOD LUCK! ... more
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Sat Mar 16, 2013
Estella Drake answered:
You might want to speak to a close family member to co-sign with you. Also, check with the City of Rancho to see if they have any low income program. Good luck and be careful . Make sure you are working with the owner or propety managet. ... more
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Sat Dec 21, 2013
Tony Singh answered:
Houses and condos: 16,967
Renter-occupied apartments: 8,136
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Fri Nov 30, 2012
Melissa Dozier answered:
Good Morning, Are you looking to rent or own a home in the Natomas area? It is a great time to be investing in a home right now with interest rates so low and great loan programs out there that take very little down. Please let me know and I would love to help you find your next home. ... more
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Tue Aug 7, 2012
Paula Swayne answered:
I am sure you can find a home in Land Park to rent...I would contact a property management company such as Sacramento Delta. The other option is to drive the streets and look for rental signs. Having said this, did you happen to read the latest article in the Sacramento Bee that talked of purchasing a home actually being more advantageous than renting? With the interest rates so low and the affordable homes out there, your mortgage payment could actually be less than your rent. It might be something to look into! ... more
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Cindel Pena answered:
I'd love to help you find a home. Feel free to call me at 530-908-5408.

Cindel A. Pena
National Town & Valley Properties
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Fri Jun 1, 2012
Ed Favinger answered:
Hi there Lori...

It's not all hopeless... of course there will be some landlords that won't accept you, but our management company will give you a look.

What you should expect though is a little more scrutiny than normal.

You should not have too much trouble renting a place, but be prepared to pay a double deposit which is legally the max anyone can charge you for an "unfurnished" home.

I hope, even though you've been through the BK, you have a checking account, been on the job for over a year and can show you have a few bucks in your account. Be prepared to provide a couple months of bank statements, paycheck stubs and "renters insurance".

I can't tell you how amazed I am when we get calls from some folks who have gone through some trouble these days. However if you don't have a bank account that means you pay all your bills in cash or money order and to us that is a "red flag".

I wrote about this a while back in a couple of blog posts... maybe this will help you and anyone else in similar circumstances.

http://theycallmemred.com/2010/12/08/want-some-good-advice-when-applying-for-a-place-to-rent/

http://theycallmemred.com/2010/03/01/got-rough-credit-you-want-to-rent-but-no-one-will-rent-to-you/



I hope this helps
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Tue May 29, 2012
Ed Favinger answered:
Hey there Mr.Roy.....

I would not worry about this situation too much. Credit is important, but in this economy, having a good job that you've been on for a few years along with a good rental history and most times do compensate. There are lots of folks in your same situation if that makes you feel any better.

However... let me warn you that if on your credit you have stuff like some collections for utility bills, phone bills and stuff like that, it will cause me to look a little harder at you.

We run a Property Management business as well so what we'd like to have from you would be: Copies of your last 2 paychecks, copies of your last 2 or 3 bank statements and of course a good referral from previous landlords and a fully executed rental application.

Also because of your circumstances, be prepared to pay a "double security deposit" because that's what our company would want and I would imagine most others would too... especially if it's a nice place.

I hope this helps...

Make it a Great Day....!
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Wed May 30, 2012
Ed Favinger answered:
Lacreta...

Try "rentometer.com" and "padmapper.com"... they might give you a little insight...

Also do the Craigslist search and see what comes up on your area.

You might drive around your neighborhood and call up any for rent signs you see...

And you can contact a property management company and get their recommendations as well...

Make it a Great Day...!
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Fri May 4, 2012
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
About which property are you asking? You should contact the landlord or property management company directly to get info regarding their pet policy.
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Thu Apr 19, 2012
Jim Walker answered:
Not listed, but I own four there. Do you want to buy one of them?
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Sat Sep 21, 2013
James Tan answered:
I would like to refer to www.lawguru.com, where you can post questions that pertain to real estate law to lawyers, for free. I am a real estate broker, I also manage properties for my client. Here is my input:
In general, a contract with the tenant should include a "house rules" clause. Typically, these house rules can be modified by landlord at any time as long as it is communicated to tenant. This is one way to control the behaviour of tenant, should landlord feel that it is not appropriate.
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Mon Feb 20, 2012
Michele Ambry answered:
I work with Teri at MM, she's fantastic!
Teri
MM Property Services & Management
916 949 5171
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Sat Sep 21, 2013
Sergio Hernandez answered:
If your rent is very competitive, one option is to see who else shows interest in renting your property, short of which, you can limit the number of occupants and ask for the names of the future occupants and their exact dates of occupancy, in a written lease. ... more
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Sat Mar 3, 2012
Vinh Hoang answered:
You need to contact your current lender regarding "cash for key" program. good luck
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Sun Dec 11, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
If in fact you were scammed, and scams do exist, report the person to the local authorities; you may also wish to consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate, and have related documentation reviewed. ... more
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Tue Oct 25, 2011
Anna Boyd, Re/Max answered:
Clarksburg is in Yolo County. Maybe that's reason?
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Thu Dec 15, 2011
Jamie Collins answered:
The rental market is way up. This is why I believe the purchase market will start to climb in the next 6-18 months. Rents are above what someone can purchase. When this happens purchase will go up. Is the investment good right now, YES. Two reasons. rents are climbing and appreciation is very close to coming back. It is pure numbers.

To focus on your question:

If you need the rents to be at the high of the neighborhood then run. If not, then you will have a cushion to play with.

Questions please call,

Jamie Collins
Connect Realty
916-257-3779
DRE. LIC. 10104820
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Tue Aug 30, 2011
Pacita Dimacali answered:
If you have a lease that's enforceable, the new owners would have to honor that lease, and so should you.

If you don't pay your rent -- then they have the right to evict you.

The management company simply manages the property and that includes collecting rents. They may have had nothing to do with seling the property if they don't own it.
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