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Rental Basics in Riverside County : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 15, 2013
Linda Lorenzo answered:
Realtors usually only have access to rentals that are listed in the MLS. Sounds like you need to find an apartment locater, they are typically paid by the apartment complex. Go to the gorcery stores and look for the apartment rental booklets that may give you some help. Good luck. ... more
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Mon Apr 15, 2013
ashstauff621 asked:
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Sun Apr 14, 2013
Debbie Demars answered:
Hello,

The average rent will vary depending on the location and size of the home. Please feel free to visit www.homesbydebbiedemars.com and click on the link for Property Management. There you will find a list of our current rental properties.

However, have you considered purchasing your home? Interest rates are low and prices are good. This is a perfect time to experience the American Dream.

If I may be of assistance to you, please feel free to contact me.

Debbie Demars, DRE #01713434
Coldwell Banker Pioneer Real Estate
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Tue Jan 22, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
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Manny & Diana Ortuno answered:
If you've posted in Trulia, go under my listings and it will allow you to edit it there.
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Devona Garrigus answered:
Hi Mary,

It really depends on the community. In you have one in mind ask your Realtor to call the association and ask about their policies.
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Sun Sep 2, 2012
Jory Blake answered:
First of all, the fact that you are concerned about being fair to your agent is HUGE!
We need more clients like you!

Unless you have a rep agreement in place for your lease search , you are most likely not obligated to pay anything.

If I was the agent , it would be nice to get a hand written thank you card, a gas card to refill my tank ....and maybe even a referral or two down the road!

You would not believe the lack of gratitude agents receive ....your a good person and a dying breed.


All my best.

Jory Blake
951.742.3751
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Tue Aug 21, 2012
Grace Hudson answered:
Hi,

Wow what a terrible experience you've had. I just ran a list of homes for lease in the Temecula area and there is a significant amount of homes available. Are you looking for any particular neighborhood, price and square footage? All of these things will help to find you just the right home for you and your family. I'm here to help you if you would like. Here is my contact info:

Grace Rosenberger
Cell: 951-295-6422
lyonrose1@hotmail.com
DRE #01295350
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Mon Jan 18, 2016
Tom Whitman answered:
Dear Kvandry,

I do not beleive you need a business license to rent your home. However with the current financial

pressures most cities are enduring I would encourage you to call the city of Corona at 951-736-2275


Best Regards

Tom
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Sat Aug 18, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
Yes, Renters don't even talk with out of state owners and out of country owners are surely a scam. Think - if it stinks its trouble so just avoid them.
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Fri Aug 3, 2012
Kathleen Wray answered:
It depends on what your needs are, Rob Can-Do. Specifically?
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Mon May 14, 2012
Fredy Rodriguez answered:
Hello there, Working with a Realtor should be the esiest way to get a property for rent. I would still suggest to cosiderate on buying if you could as it is less expensive to buy than renting now because of the rates and prices low.


Sincerely,


Fredy  R. Rodriguez, CRS, GRI,
www.ShortSaleDesertHelp.com
www.FredyRodriguez.ListingBook.com
 
 SFR, HAFA, E-PRO, RSPS, NAHREP, CBPS, Five Star Institue, REO, Short Sale, Lease To Own Certified, Five Star FORCE, RES.NET Certified
 
CRS, Council Of Real Estate Specialist
GRI, Graduate, Realtor Institute
 
SFR, Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource Certification
RSPS, Resort & Second-Home Property Specialist
CBPS, Certified Broker Price Specialist
Five Star Institute, REO Certified
Five Star Institute, Short Sale Certified
 
Five Star Institute, Lease To Own Certified
 
FORCE, Federation Of REO Certified Expert
E-PRO Certified
 
HAFA Certified
Probate Certified Specialist
NAHREP, National Association of Hispanic Real Estate
Life and Health Insurance Lincensee
RES.NET Ceritified
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Ryan Smith answered:
Hello Sbentley0808, stick to your guns. It's your home and your rules. I'm sure the current tenant will not have any issues signing a 1 year lease again. If they do, you should have any issues finding a new tenant that will sign a 1 year lease.

All the best!
www.livetemeculavalley.com
www.socalhomefinders.com
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
Dianne Hicks answered:
Temecula area you will get more for your money.... but... are you then going to be commuting? WIth the price of gas... that is a big consideration and changes the money picture.
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Wed Mar 21, 2012
John Bender answered:
If you have a legitimate lease, the current owner is likely responsible for relocating you into a comparable property.
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Wed Mar 7, 2012
Gregory Cook answered:
If you're thinking of renting a home in Temecula, as a first step you should check to make sure the person who is leasing the home is actually the owner or his representative, especially if the home is vacant.
You should also check to see if a Notice of Default or Notice of Trustee's Sale has been filed, which indicates foreclosure may be imminent.
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Thu Mar 8, 2012
Robert Greer and David Viney answered:
Just be careful of the contract you are using. There are great advantages in using a Realtor to help you find a rental property. Not only do we have an extensive list of rental properties, but you can rely on the content of the lease agreements used by Realtors. Many times, the contracts used by individual owners who are renting their own properties are incomplete or even downright illegal. Standard contracts from the California Association of Realtors give you the best protection under the law as a tenant. And the best part is that the landlord normally pays for this service.....the tenant receives help and advice at no cost.

Another concern today is the seller's mortgage on the rental property. Your real estate agent should be looking at the title information of the rental property to make sure that there is not a Notice of Default filed against the property. We have seen many cases today where a tenant moves into a property only to find out that it will soon be foreclosed. Nothing worse than coming home from work and finding a Notice of Trustee's Sale on your front door.

Again, your best protection is to use an agent. Your agent will be able to guide you thru the process and help to protect you.

Hope this helps a bit! Bob
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Sat Jan 7, 2012
Roland Vinyard answered:
Oh my... For now, I would secure the door against future break-ins (which I infer you have done) and use a secondary door. Give them a fair amount of time to rectify the situation... but not too much. Keep up the pressure to get it repaired. Tell them that you are concerned that in case of fire you have only one way to escape, the idea being that they may have a huge liability should this occur.

If nothing has been done after a few days, I would seek legal advice to see if you could do the repair yourself and seek reimbursement from them. There are folks who would reduce the next monthly payment by that amount and just give them a copy of the receipt. That may not be the best way to go about this, but would get their attention. You may not get your expenditure back -as they may have certain standards to which they want all repairs made.
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Fri Apr 29, 2016
Anna M Brocco answered:
For any legal advice needed do consult with an attorney; unclear do you have a lease, and if so when does your lease expire; if your lease is about to, or has ended, the landlord does not have to renew.... ... more
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Fri Sep 10, 2010
Karen Whitman answered:
Just be honest with the Landlord or property manager. They know that lots of people are having problems right now and take that into consideration. Sometimes a larger security deposit will make them feel more confortable. ... more
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