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Fri Aug 31, 2012
Jennifer Peterson answered:
I know you are looking for a home to rent, but have you considered looking into buying a home? Contact me if you are interested in discussing further. Good luck!

Mandy Lewis
Realtor, Keller Williams
(503) 522-5803 cell
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
Lynda Jeffers answered:
Sorry I do not handle rentals, only buying and selling of real estate. Have you tried Craigslist - they seem to have all the rentals posted.
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Ridgeview Terrace answered:
We have several complexes that take section 8. What area are you looking to live in?
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Wed Nov 14, 2012
Marge Bare answered:
that's a tough one, especially in Portland right now where we have one of the highest rental rates in the nation. Obviously if you have to be in Portland, I would start for the outskirts. If you can move out of Multnomah County then try Clackamas, Marion, Yamhill or Washington. Also check with your local services for that county and see if there's any kind of low income housing you'd qualify for. Without knowing more about where you want to be near, its hard to answer. But the good news is, a landlord will likely like the fact that you're have a secure income even if its lower... it is consistent!
best to you
Marge
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Wed Jan 11, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
What diff does it make if the house cannot be rented?
You have a five year lease:
If you to break it, you will have to talk to an Attorney.

Good luck and may God bless
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Wed Nov 28, 2012
Team Mork answered:
Go to this site and you can find plenty of them http://hotpads.com/search/school/OR/Portland/David_Douglas_High_School
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Thu Apr 28, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Starbucks,
Any local agent can assist you with any listed property. Not everyone specializes in rentals but most of us do some. Think about contacting someone local who responds to your question or use the Find a Pro button on top of the page. ... more
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Fri Jul 1, 2011
Sharon Wenger answered:
Hi Alimarie,

I think it's doable for you to find rentals in that area for that price, you just may have to hunt around a bit. I used to have a friend who rents a duplex there with a small yard for about $950. The areas that are popular with young folks, like Alameda, all have high "walkability" scores, near cafes, restaurants, shopping, etc. Other areas you might consider include Hollywood, Hawthorne, Concordia, Kenton, Mississippi and the area around Mall 205 (for example Cherry Park). There is a website you can go to where you can find that out the "walkscore" for virtually any address in any city in the US: http://www.walkscore.com You can also go on www.rentometer.com to see what the rents are in a given area... start out by putting in address of something you know is for rent, even if it's over your price, and go from there. I think rentometer.com is listing rentals now too, so you might even find something there!

Anyway, hope this helps, and good luck!

Sharon
Realtor & Landlord
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Mon Jan 10, 2011
Joshua Svaren answered:
There are many pocket neighborhoods that are nice in NE Portland, I think you might like Alberta, It really depends what you can afford for rents and the size of home you need? Hawthorne area can be a fun place to live also. I dont think you could go wrong with inner SE either.

Let me know if you would like to chat over the phone?

Thank you and Good Luck

Joshua Svaren
Principle Broker/Owner of Svaren Realty
(503)267-9828
Josh@svarenrealty.com
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Mon Jan 6, 2014
answered:
Hi Marc,

King City or Tigard has Summerfield which is a suburb of Portland very nice community.

http://www.summerfield55.org/
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Mon Nov 1, 2010
Anna M Brocco answered:
See links for information.
http://library.state.or.us/repository/2007/200708031114135/index.pdf
http://www.oregon.gov/OSP/SFM/CommEd_SA_Program.shtml
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Mon Nov 1, 2010
Craig Loughridge answered:
Linda... Check out this link: http://www.trulia.com//voices/Rentals/What_is_the_new_Oregon_law_regarding_having_both_a-205895
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Wed Mar 10, 2010
Tom Inglesby answered:
Allison it is cheaper to rent in Vancouver than Portland and Hawthorne is a spendy area but location costs money. It depends on where and when you like to go places since you said you don't own a car. I would ask you where do you like to go and how often. Does your job make you travel or do you work at home? If you lived in Vancouver it is like living in the suburbs and you have to go some where to get anything. Hawthorne probably has everything you need and is close to town. If you bike or walk is that important to you? These questions you must ask yourself. Good luck. you might check out the web site www.walkscore.com

Tom Inglesby, Broker
RE/MAX Equity Group inc
503-319-9035
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