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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Ray Akers answered:
Late fees should be clearly spelled out in your lease agreement. I'm not sure there is any 'normal' fee. I would expect a late charge to be in the range of 5%, but that's just a guess. If you're having concerns about your rental agreement, or problems with your landlord try contacting the Seattle Tenant's Union. It's a non-profit agency that assists tenants. Good luck. ... more
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
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capital hill ( pricey )
Sodo
Ballard
Queen Anne
Georgetown
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Tue Sep 18, 2012
Ray Akers answered:
You need a specialist ----a property management specialist, that is. With four pets, you need to locate a sympathetic landlord. If your budget is flexible, then I recommend searching for a house versus an apartment. Near to Capitol Hill; try the Madison Valley, Madrona, or Central Area. You could also try Fremont, Ballard, and Wallingford which are west of the University District. All these areas offer more rental houses rather than apartments. Good luck! ... more
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Tue Mar 22, 2011
Stacey Lange answered:
Susan my team regularly assists individuals find rentals.... best place to start looking is our website www.key2rent.net -- you can be assured these are all properties listed by real estate agents (so no scams like you might experience on Craigslist). There is no cost to use our services and you can usually have a nice selection to choose from. Requesting a showing is as simple as clicking a button!

Be sure to save your search and you will then be notified of all NEW rentals the moment they come on the market.
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Tue Sep 18, 2012
Lee Goade answered:
Susan get a hold of Mack! He's your man up there...
http://www.trulia.com/voices/profile/Real_Estate_Pro-Seattle_WA-759870/
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Wed Aug 10, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Susan,
Waterfront or water view homes are in higher demand than others and generally go for more than that. In a quick search I did of West Seattle Rentals I found 2 at $1150, but neither indicates a water view. I would suggest either raise your rent parameter or give up on the view. ... more
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Mon Nov 8, 2010
Lynn Brier-De La Cruz answered:
Good morning Mark,

Have you tried the duPont Registry online? There you'll find luxury homes, condos, etc., with contact information to reach the agent who has the listing. I was just looking on duPont last night, and saw several wonderful-looking properties around Elliott Bay and one or two on Lake Union.

Good luck!

Lynn
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Tue Mar 3, 2009
Mark Despain answered:
Probably not a realistic expectation. I would start with craigs list and the Seattle times website.

http://rentals.nwsource.com/rentals/SearchIndex.asp?from=stn_rent_search
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