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Fri May 16, 2014
Mathew Ames answered:
It's easier to find a parking spot in the North End.
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Mon Sep 10, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
If you have seen a sign or an advertisement, I suggest you call the number and/or talk to the person in charge of the advertisement. They will be able to answer the question. You might be best off just asking if it available to rent. How the rent is paid is another discussion. Sometimes, too much information up front limits your choices.

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Tue Sep 4, 2012
Bettina C. Oliva Habla Espanol answered:
Thu Aug 10, 2017
Alison Hillman answered:
Hey Tommy,

I would start your search here to get a sense of the prices of the homes in the area:

http://www.trulia.com/for_rent/Boston,MA/SINGLE-FAMILY_HOME_type/

Good luck!


Ali, Community Manager
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Wed Jan 16, 2013
Gloria (LoCurto) Herdt answered:
Signs are not the primary way inventory is marketed in the major Boston neighborhoods, like Cambridge for example. My recommendation would be to find an agent who specializes in those neighborhoods and work exclusively with them. That way you get the best service and leave the stress of appointment making to the agent. Check out Trulia Pro's or even Yelp to find an agent. ... more
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Sat Aug 25, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
I would call the town halls in those towns and ask for the affordable housing person/department.
They will have the most accurate information.


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Sun Apr 7, 2013
Don Tepper answered:
Your case manager should be able to provide information on how to use your Section 8. Some landlords are very willing to accept Section 8 tenants; others aren't. But first, find out what you CAN do. Then, working within those limits, search for properties that accept Section 8.

Hope that helps.
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Fri May 16, 2014
Michael Feldman answered:
Hi,
My name is Mike Feldman from Keller Williams and I have been extensively involved in rentals for over 12 years. I have an excellent track record of finding housing for both working professionals and students at B.U. Call me at 617-312-4487 or e-mail me at feldman392@kw,com. We can discuss what you are looking for and your search will be over. I look forward to talking to you. Thanks! ... more
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Mon Oct 15, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi there-

I noticed that you didn't get any responses. Were you able to find a home? If not, I am happy to assist you in your search!

best,
Ali, Community Manager
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Wed Nov 7, 2012
Simon Watson answered:
Look on Craigslist.org or Backpage.com, find a location near where you live and look for places that are similar to yours to get an idea of a rent amount.

Also go out and buy a landlord book so u know what do once you have rented it. ... more
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Tue Aug 3, 2010
McCormack Scanlan answered:
I know a few owners there, I can check for you.

Karen
LoveliveBoston@gmail.com
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Thu Jun 11, 2009
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Tue Feb 10, 2009
Bea Cockrell answered:
No. Did anyone get back to you? Are you looking to buy or rent?
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