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For Rent in Rockingham County : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Sandy Johnson answered:
Hi Lynn,

I would be happy to be your tenant agent. Please send me your email and I will send you property listings (with photos) you may wish to consider to rent.

My email is

Looking forward to working with you!

Sandy Johnson, ABR
ACME Real Estate Group
Licensed in NH & MASS.
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Thu Jul 5, 2012
sheila cheney answered:
There are 8 rentals in Windham NH from 1395-3500. Lots of questions to ask. How many bedrooms do you need, apartment or home, pets? When is your move in date?
Call me 603-508-0110 Sheila Cheney BHG The Masiello Group ... more
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Sat May 30, 2009
Jason Hertenstein answered:
I found six listings for rentals using Cazoodle Apartment Search. For more information about the listings please check out the link below...
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Mon Feb 11, 2013
Val Cloutier answered:
Hi Jeff (JT)
I would be happy to help you find a home to rent. I live and work in this area of southern NH. You are welcome to contact me at your convenience. I look forward to hearing from you, and helping you find a place to call home.

Valerie Cloutier, Realtor®
MA & NH Real Estate Services
Accredited Buyer Representative
e-PRO Certified 2008

Innovative Realty, Londonderry NH

603-965-5197 Cell
800-746-8448 x424 Toll Free
603-425-1193 Fax
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Dana Schuster answered:
Trulia does not list rentals. if you are looking for a rental your best option is to contact a local agent who can handle this for you.
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Mon Feb 9, 2009
Chuck Braxton answered:
Hi, Lin:

Just a note to say that I have been successful working to find sellers who are willing to do lease purchases and have developed a set of tools to help agents educate their seller clients on why they should consider the lease purchase. If you are an agent working with a prospective buyer as buyers agent, then these tools are really helpful and I am glad to share them with you. From time to time I also work with buyers who want to put together an option better than what is available from the rental pool. No charge for the tools, just a public service. Of course, if you would like me to pursue agents about desirable listings using these tools, I would be glad to do so as a buyers agent. No cost to buyers as the fee is derived from sellers at the closing.

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