I checked on public records and the owner of this property appears to be Paulien Lethen. I also looked it up on Google. It looks like a great property! If you want to contract this person I would suggest you either go to the property and ring their door bell (just try not to scare them) or you can mail them a letter! Good luck!
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Hello Chris Semoglou , Real estate is always a good investment of the long term. As far as buying a multifamily home as long as you make an educated decision and are prepared to be a land lord it can be good.
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Doesn't sound like a scam. Just stay where you are. If your application is rejected, you should get any upfront money you paid back.
Why would someone come in with a higher amount? Because they really, really wanted the apartment? Because the apartment was underpriced to begin with? Because they were told there was already an application in for the full amount, and that if they wanted it they'd have to offer more?
How would they know to offer more? Because they were told there was already an application in for the full amount, and that if they wanted it they'd have to offer more? Because they knew there'd be a lot of demand for the apartment and they wanted to make sure they got it?
And if it's still listed at the original rate on Craigslist, remember that items stay live on Craigslist for 7 days. If it's a new posting, they can still advertise it until there's a signed lease. And if you think the Craigslist ad is incorrect, you can always flag it.