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Rental Basics in Glendale : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 29, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Step one is to read the listing agreement. If you agreed to list it for a period longer than a couple of months, they may want to discuss the options with you.
Before you become a landlord, please make certain you understand your rights and obligations. Look up the AZ Landlord Tenant Law and talk to other people you know who are landlords. Are you prepared for a 2 am call for a broken water heater, to evict a non-paying tenant after several months without collecting rent? If you are, and everything else lines up, go for it. Just make an informed decision before taking any steps you weren't prepared for. ... more
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Tue Apr 14, 2015
Vivien L Biggs PLC answered:
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
George James answered:
Purchasing an new home would not be a condition that would enable you to break your lease. Your best bet is to talk to the property owner or property manager and discuss a solution of possibly buying out of the lease or finding a replacement tenant. You will probably have to forfeit your security deposit. I would suggest leaving the property in perfect condition to help mitigate damages and making it as "rent ready" as possible.

Good Luck and Congradulations!

Johnese "George" James
Cabrillas Realty Services
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
George James answered:
A similar two story 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, just a few doors down, just rented for $1090.00. If the remodel is exceptional, then you might be able to get a bit more. I would charge a one time commission to secure a tenant and then a flat monthly fee of $50.00. My office is very close to this property; I'm a small boutique, hands on property management company with 20 years experience.

Hopefully I will get the opportunity to work with you.

Good Luck!

Johnese "George" James
Cabrillas Realty Services
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