Building & Renting Real Estate : Tips on Renting an Apartment

Hello, my name is Penny Smith.

I am a NorthCarolina real estate broker, and today I would like to talk to you about tips on rentingan apartment.

When you are renting an apartment, you need to keep a few things in mind, whetherit's your first apartment or your tenth apartment.

Tips on renting it is that you need to havea lease contract.

You need to know that a lease contract is a legal and binding contractfor both you as well as the landlord.

You need to know whether what you can and cannotdo at that apartment.

What you can and cannot have in that apartment, as well as the thingsthat that landlord is required to do for you while you occupy that apartment.

You alsoneed to have a move-in checklist that you go over with the landlord, and you proceedto go through before you move in.

You need to take a camera.

Any damages to the apartment,you need to take pictures and attach it to the move-in checklist.

That way when you getready to move out, everything's documented and you can have proof of things that weredone before you moved in.

These are tips on renting an apartment.

Thank you and I hopeyou have a good day.

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Tips For Moving Into Your First Apartment

Moving into your first apartment can bean intimidating process, so here are a few tips to help during your move.

Make sure you update your mail and drivers license to reflect the newaddress.

Moving can be a great time to sortthrough your belongings and decide what you want to keep.

As you're packing, set out a donate boxand a trash box to help organize the items you won't be taking to your newapartment.

Gather all the supplies you'll need ahead of time.

These can be friends to help move, autility dolly for heavy boxes, a forearm forklifts for movingfurniture, and a tarp to protect the carpet.

If you need additional help moving, youcan always use Moving Help.

Go through every room in the apartmentand check for damage.

Look at the floors, paint, blinds and plumbingto make sure they are all in good condition.

If they aren't, take photos of the damageand notify your landlord immediately.

If you're moving into an apartment ina busy city, check ahead of time where you can park,before you begin to unload boxes.

Avoid staining or damaging the floors while you move in with a tarp.

For moremoving tips, visit movinginsider.

Com.

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Rent A House Or An Apartment In 3 Easy Steps

Hi my name is Edgar Mercado and in this videoI'm going to give you the three easy steps you need to take when looking to rent a houseor an apartment and save time, money, and headaches so.

Stay tuned! Step 1- find home or the apartment you'relooking for.

Searching websites such as rentals.

Com or zilllow.

Com provide you with a big listof homes or apartments that are for rent in your area.

The only bad thing about this isthat most of these websites are not updated often enough and therefore have a lot of outdatedinformation so you need to be patient and take some time to make phone calls and makesure that the home you like is still available.

Step number two is by far the most importantstep.

If you follow these steps it will save you time, money, and a lot of hassle.

Here'swhat you need to do: First, Obtain a copy of your most recent creditreport.

I know there are websites such as credit karma.

Com and others where you canget you a free copy of your credit report.

Just be sure that it is free and that youwill not get charged later down the road.

This way you can use this copy with everyone of the places you apply for a lease without being charged $25 or so for every time youdo.

Talking about your credit report, Please note that while you may or may not have anexcellent credit, it will not ultimately be the deciding factor to obtain the lease agreementsigned.

What landlord's and homeowners renting their property are looking in your creditreport is any previous evictions you may have on your record.

It may also be a good ideato have another person cosign with you but understand that if you fail to pay your renton time it will also affect the person that is cosigning for you.

Next, gather all your most recent paystub's as well as the history of your previous residenceduring the past 3 to 5 years.

Have at least 3 to 5 references of people that know youand can be called to be asked about you.

Finally, bringing and already filled out rentapplication and your checkbook.

I put A link to one you can download in the descriptionbelow.

By doing this are showing that you are prepared and you're not there to wasteanybody's time.

Step number three, be honest and willing tocompromise- When you find a rental you love, make sure“not to ask for any special concessions,” Many prospective renters make the mistakeof asking if the security deposit can be divided into payments over the first few months orif the rent could be lowered, or if they can be allowed to have pets when there is no petsallowed.

Considering that the landlord may have already been on the fence about acceptingyour application, asking for special circumstances may make him decide you’re too much of arisk.

“Ultimately,” it is the owner of the propertywho must decide if you are the best fit to live in his property.

So make it easy on yourselfand have all of the above ready and get out on the hunt.

I guarantee your applicationwill stand out from all the others because you are showing that you are prepared andready to moving in.

Thank you so much for watching! I appreciateit! If you like this video please be sure to like, comment, and subscribe to my channel4 more real estate related tips and as always "let's make home happen!.

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HOW TO FIND AN APARTMENT + RENTAL TIPS

– Hey so it's been requestedof me to make a video on how to find your first apartment.

Well well well well, I am veryqualified to talk about this because I'm a rebel without a cause and a curious George so I'vemade quite the decisions in my living spaces over the years, and I've mad a lot of mistakesas people can call them, but I don't call them mistakes because they built character, and I am gonna share them with you.

So maybe finding an apartment can be a smoother experience for you.

Top ways to actually look for an apartment is you can do word of mouth.

That's number one.

So if you know someone who lives in an apartment already ask them.

They're going to be yourmost knowledgeable source and they're gonna be superduper honest with you.

So ask them who their building manager is or who their landlord is.

If they like them, ifthere's other units available in their building.

Ask away because they'regonna be super helpful.

Your number one resource.

An apartment hunter willhave a database of apartments that are available.

So they're gonna ask you questions or have you fill out a questionnaire telling them what neighborhoodyou're looking in, how much rent you're looking to pay, if you have a cat, a dog,you need a washer and dryer.

All that good stuff and they'll plug that into their database and they'lllet you know what pops up.

Now apartment hunterscharge a fee normally.

So find out what their fee is.

It could be 10% of years worth of rent.

It could be 10% of a months worth of rent, or they could charge you nothing, and actually charge thelandlord or management company for finding you for them.

Craigslist is a great resource.

I would look for the apartmentsthat have photos at least, and not just a description.

Or at least a website thatyou can go to and check out some of the units.

I don't think I everhad any luck with those ones that don't have photosbecause there's usually a reason they don't have a photo posted.

Look for property management companies.

So you can Google propertymanagement companies in your city and see what pops up.

A property management company is great because they'll have differentproperties all over the city.

They may have propertiesof different price ranges.

They might have a buildingthat's all studios.

Ones that are one, two bedroom.

So they'll have a lot of options for you.

If you have a neighborhood you like and you're just strollingaround the neighborhood and see a building that looks really cool.

Look on the side of the building.

There's usually a phone number listed and the name of theproperty management company or landlord and the building may even have a management office on site and you could stop inthe management office and see what they have to offer.

Besides how you actually goabout finding an apartment.

Here's some things youneed to know about moving.

You want to make sure your money, your finances are in place.

You also want to evaluate your lifestyle and safety to me is prettydarn important as well.

Let me discuss.

Ideally you want to have agood chunk of change saved because you never knowwhen there's an emergency that's gonna happen, or not to be a negative Nancy, but you could lose your job, and if you lose you job,you still want to have enough money where you'llhave a roof over your head.

Now I'm saying this isthe ideal situation, because I did not have an ideal situation and yeah I still don't so.

Having money saved in case of an emergency is just going to makeyour life so much easier.

It is very stressful living month to month waiting for checks.

So if you have to do it you have to do it but let me tell you it sucks balls.

What kind of lifestyle do you have? What kind of lifestyle do you want? Are you fun, do you wanna livein a really busy neighborhood that's got great nightlife,and bars, and clubs, and social hours, or areyou complete opposite? Do you not wanna be nearany type of fun and bars and you wanna life a library or on a farm? So evaluate your lifestyle and see what will work for you.

Decide what your deal breakers are.

What are your needs and wants? If you have a dog or a cat.

It's probably gonna be a deal breaker if you can't have a dogor cat in your building.

So you need to find a buildingthat's gonna allow you to have an animal and do note that you will pay a securitydeposit for your animal.

Just so you know.

If there's no laundry in the building.

If there's no laundry in the unit.

Are you okay with going amile away to a laundromat to wash your clothes? If you get a package, is theresomeone to get it for you? They're gonna leave it on the doorstep? Someone gonna steal it? Make a list of whatyour needs and wants are and then write a list of what your absolute deal breakers are.

So that's going to helpyou narrow down the process of what you're looking for.

So there are websites that will tell you the crime rate in the neighborhood and how walk able and stuff it is.

I'm gonna leave those downbelow in the comment section because I want this processto be easy for you guys.

Moving is stressful enough.

So if I can make this process a little bit more streamline for you thenthat'll make me feel okay.

Lifestyle, needs, wants,deal breakers, and safety.

Once you reach out to one ofthose resources I've given you.

To actually view an apartmenthere are some things you want to look for whenyou go and venture out.

You wanna go during a time of day where it is on and poppin'.

If you go at 10 AM, theneighborhood's probably going to be peaceful and everythingis gonna look fine and dandy.

You wanna go in the middle of the day closer to the evening whenpeople are coming home from work.

They're off work.

You can see how loud the neighbors are.

You can see how crazy the neighbors look.

You could see what theparking situation is like when everyone's home.

You can see a lot if yougo at the right time of day to look for an apartment.

If you see other peoplethat live in the building.

Do go up and ask.

Do you like living in this building? And a lot of times theywill tell you the truth.

They will tell you becauseif they don't like living in the building they're gonna tell you.

They are not gonna haveany qualms about being like it is loud, you know watch out for him, up the street this.

And again if they like it they'regonna rave about it to you so don't be afraid to goup to someone and ask them what they think.

Some things that you should look out for when you actually go view the apartment.

So you're either going tobe viewing an apartment that someone is still living in, but they're moving out soon and they're showing their apartment.

Or you're going to endup seeing an apartment that's already vacant.

You might even see anapartment that they use as their show apartment.

So no one lives in it, it's just for show.

So keep in mind with the show apartments that your actual apartmentunit may not look like that.

So you need to find outwhat your actual unit would look like andpreferably you wanna see it.

Now, wanna make sure yourcellphone works inside of the apartment.

So do make a phone call andsee if you have good reception.

Do flip on the water.

Like if you have sucky water pressure.

It's gonna suck bad foryou to take a shower.

Sucky water pressure is a no no.

Open the windows.

Windows can look beautifuland you open them up and there are bars on them.

There's practical things that you can do just to give you some ideasof things I've learned.

Is there a sprinkler system? Also pay attention to the lease.

You know if you're lookingfor short term lease or a long term lease.

Leases are usually a one year at a time.

Rent usually rises ever year so be prepared for a smallincrease in rent every year.

I hope this video wassuper helpful for you and happy apartment hunting.

Vets, leave a commentfor the newbies below.

Let them know anything I left out or anything that might besuper helpful for them, and newbies, leave me a comment as well.

Let me know what you think.

Find me on other social media.

I'm on Instagram, Facebook, twitter, and subscribe to this channel.

I'll see you guys next time, bye.

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How Do I Rent Out High Priced Properties? – Real Estate Investing

Joe: Hey everyone, it's Joe Crump.

I've gotanother question here.

Boy, I'm going to kill this name here — Rajav Guktah.

Hopefully,that's pretty close.

Rajav: "The challenge that I'm faced withis simply carrying costs.

Three or four years ago, you could virtually buy any propertyand rent it out for positive cash flow.

" Joe: I'm assuming you're meaning with 100%financing.

Rajav: "This was on account of two primaryfactors.

1) it was prior to the massive appreciation we've seen, and 2) interest rates were lower.

Large amounts of cash to use as down payments are not available to me.

The one investmentproperty that I do own, I purchased by leveraging equity in my primary residence.

The investmenthas done well but I'd like to be able to pick up some new things.

"Joe: Well, first of all, never borrow against your current property (the property you livein) to buy your investments.

Never ever do that.

There's no need to do that.

Don't takethat risk.

You can lose your property.

You can lose the house you're living in.

Peoplesay, 'Well, you've got to take some risks to do investing,' and I agree; you have to.

But you don't have to take that kind of risk.

Protect your house — protect the house thatyou live in.

That's the first order of business.

Joe: You also don't need to go get loans tobuy these properties, and you don't need to wait until you get your next chunk of moneybefore you can put down another down payment and buy another property.

That's just completelywrong thinking.

So don't buy properties that way.

Use creative financing to do it instead.

Joe: The way that you find people that will do creative financing is by using marketingthat works.

So use the right type of classified ads.

Use the right type of internet marketing.

Build lists of buyers.

Build lists of sellers.

Build lists of investors, and you'll be ableto use this stuff.

And by building a list, what I'm talking about is an online databaseof these people.

It's not difficult to do if you have the right software and the rightknowledge.

Joe: You just need to learn this process.

You can get all of this stuff from my "Push Button Method".

That's at PushButtonMethod.

Com.

You can learn how to build those systems and how to build those marketing tactics.

Joe: But even if you've got none of that stuff, you can put a sign out in the yard that says,'I'll buy your home.

' Or, 'I'll make a guaranteed offer on your home in 24 hours' and your phonenumber.

You'll put deals together using that if you put them in the right places.

Joe: Do it handwritten.

Do it on cardboard.

Do it on Coroplast.

Don't make them fancy.

Don't spend money on these signs.

These signs should cost you two bucks.

You can get a pieceof cardboard for 90 cents and you can get a couple of grape stakes or tomato stakesand staple them on there, get the yellow cardboard and write on there in black, 'I'll Make AnOffer On Your Home Today' and your phone number, or, 'Guaranteed Offer On Your Home In 24 Hours.

'Joe: These are great ads and they will work.

Make sure you put them into high traffic areas.

They won't stay up very long, but they'll work.

Joe: Now, there are a lot of other things that will work and that'll also be very effectiveif you get into some of these more advanced techniques that I teach.

Joe: Just get started.

Just do something.

Just take action on what you're doing andyou're going to make money.

Anyway, good luck to you and keep buying properties.

Don't letit stop you.

Joe: I don't think I answered the question,though, because you asked about the values going up.

When the values go up on a property,one of the things that you can do to sell that property is to sell it on a lease withan option to buy.

Now, instead of renting the property, you're selling it, so the buyertakes a whole new perspective from this property.

Joe: Let me give you an example of a propertyin California that I had.

This was back in the 80's actually.

It was $495,000 if I rememberright, and it had a payment on there, because the interest rates were very high at the time,of $4,300 a month.

Now, you can go rent a house like this for about 27-2800$ at thetime, and I had to figure out a way to get that payment covered, because I either hadto sell the property, and I had the problem of selling the property because the marketwas going soft on me, so I had to find a way to get that thing covered because at the timeI had the loan in my name.

That was crazy; that was a crazy time.

But I did it.

Joe: Anyway, so I had to get that payment covered.

So I went out and sold it on a leasewith an option to buy.

I told the guy, 'Look, you're making payments on this property thatcosts you $4,300 a month so you're going to need to make payments on this property thesame as if you were buying it.

And if you can't make that payment, you can't affordthis property.

' So he saw the logic to it, he bought the property, he's making $4,300payments, and he eventually exercised his option and took it over.

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Renting vs. Buying a home | Housing | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy

Welcome back.

I'm now going to take a slighttangent and cover a topic that, I think, this is probablythe single most important video that reallyanyone can watch.

I go to all of these partieswhere I go see family.

And my wife and I right now,we live in Northern California.

And we're renting.

And I like to pointout, by choice.

And I have family members,why don't you buy? You're at that stage inlife, that's a major milestone, all of this.

There's a lot of pressureto buy.

And when I tell friends,I tell them I'm not going to buy.

Because I think I'm prettyconvinced, almost 100% convinced, that housing pricesare going to revert back.

And I'm going to do a bunchof presentations to justify why they will.

But then my friends, they'lljust throw out the statement that I hear from them, thatyou hear from real estate agents, because obviouslythey want you to buy.

Well, isn't buying alwaysbetter than renting? And I think that kind of commonwisdom comes out of the notion of, when you have amortgage or when you borrow money to live in a house, everymonth that money that you give to the bank is kindof going into savings.

That's the perception.

While when you rent,that money's just disappearing into a vacuum.

In this video I'm going to workthrough that assumption, and see if that actuallyis the case.

So let's say I have a choice.

Let's say there aretwo houses.

This is house number one.

And this is house number two.

And let's say that they'reidentical houses.

These are three bedroom, twobath, townhouses some place in Silicon Valley, whichis where I live.

And I want to live inone of these houses.

I'm indifferent as to whichhouse I live in, because they are identical.

So living in them is theidentical experience.

I can rent this housefor $3,000 a month.

Or I could buy this housefor $1 million.

And let's say that in my bankaccount right now, let's say I have $250,000 cash.

So let's see what happensin either scenario.

Let's see how much moneyis being burned.

So in this scenariowhat happens? I'm renting.

So in a given year, let's justsee how much money comes out of my pocket.

So in a given yearI pay $3,000.

$3,000 times 12 months,so I lose $36,000.

So I'll put a negativethere, because that's what I spend in rent.

$36,000 per year in rent.

And then of course Ihave that $250,000.

I'm going to put that into thebank, because I have nothing else to do with it.

I didn't buy a house with it.

And let's say that I can,in the bank, let's say I put it in a CD.

And I get 4% on that.

So let's see, 250, that'swhat? $10,000, I think.

That's 0.

04.

Right, I get $10,000 in interesta year on that.

So I get $10,000.

So plus $10,000 a yearin interest.

So out of my pocket, for theprivilege of living in this house, in Silicon Valley, withbeautiful weather, out of my pocket every yeargoes $26,000.

So that's scenario one.

So what happens if I give into the peer pressure of family, and realtors, and themortgage industry, and I buy this house for $1 million? Well I only have $250,000, whichis more, frankly, than most people who buy $1 millionhouses have.

But I have $250,000 cash.

So I need to borrow $750,000.

So I take out a mortgagefor $750,000.

And I'm going to do a slightsimplification.

And maybe in a futurepresentation, I'll do kind of a more complicated one.

In a lot of mortgages, when youpay your monthly payment, most of your monthly payment,at least initially, is the interest on the amount thatyou're borrowing.

And you pay a little bitextra on that, to bring this value down.

That's called payingoff the principal.

You can also take aninterest-only loan, but the component of the interestis the same.

Essentially, when you take atraditional mortgage, kind of a 30-year fixed, every monthyou're paying a little bit more than the interest, justto take down the balance.

But for the simplicity of thisargument, I'm just going to say that we're doing aninterest-only mortgage.

And then maybe with anyextra savings, I can pay down the principal.

And that's the same notion.

And right now, if I do 25%down, and I'm buying a $1 million house, I'll have totake a $750,000 mortgage.

I don't know what agood rate is, 6%? So let's say at 6% interest.

Soto live in this house, how much am I paying justin interest? Well I'm paying $750,000times 6% a year.

So $750,000 times 0.

06 is equalto $45,000 in interest.

That's coming outof my pocket.

And of course, on a monthlybasis, that means in interest per month, I'm paying,just to get an idea.

I'm paying about $3,700, $3,800in interest a month.

My mortgage actually might besomething like $4,000 a month.

So I pay the interest.

And thenI pay a little bit to chip away at the wholevalue of the loan.

It takes 30 years to chipaway at the whole thing.

And over time, the interestcomponent becomes less, and the principal becomes more.

But for simplicity, this is theinterest that I'm paying.

$45,000 a year.

And then of course at a party,when I start to explain this, it's like, ah-ha.

But interest on a mortgageis tax deductible.

And what tax deductible means,is that this amount of money that I spend on intereston my mortgage, I can deduct from my taxes.

I can tell the IRS thatI make $45,000 less than I actually did.

So if I'm getting taxed at,let's say 30%, what is the actual cash savings? Well I'll save 30% of this.

I'll have to pay $15,000less in taxes.

How does that work? Well, think about it.

Let's say I earned $100,000in a year.

And I normally haveto pay 30%.

So I normally pay $30,000in taxes.

Right? This is, if I didn'thave this great tax shelter with this house.

Now I have this interestdeduction.

So now I tell the IRSthat I'm actually making $55,000 a year.

And let's say my taxrate is still 30%.

it actually will probably godown since I'm — but let's, just for simplicity, assume mytax rate is still $30,000.

So now I'm going to pay $16,500in taxes to the IRS.

So how much did Isave in taxes? So I saved $13,500 from taxes,from being able to deduct this $45,000 from my income.

So let's say tax savings,plus $13,500.

Now what else goes intothis equation? Do I get any intereston my $250,000? Well, no.

I had to use that as part of thedown payment on my house.

So I'm not gettinginterest there.

But what I do have todo is, I have to pay taxes on my property.

In California, out here we haveto pay 1.

25% in taxes, of the value of the house.

So what's 1.

25%? So, taxes, this isproperty tax.

And that's actually taxdeductible too, so it actually becomes more like 0.

75% or 1%.

So let's just say 1% justfor simplicity.

Property taxes.

So 1% times $1 million.

That equals what? 1% of $1 million isanother $10,000 a year in property taxes.

And notice, I'm not talkingabout what percent of my mortgage goes topay principal.

I'm just talking about moneythat's being burned by owning this house.

So what is the net effect? I have a $13,500 tax savings.

I have to pay $10,000 –actually I have to pay a little bit more than that, butwe're getting a little bit of income tax savings onthe deduction on the property taxes.

And then I actually have to paythe $45,000 of interest that just goes out the door.

So I'm paying $41,500.

Notice, none of this $41,500is building equity.

None of it is getting saved.

This is money that isjust being burned.

So this is a completelycomparable value to this $26,000.

So in this example — thisexample is not that far off from real values.

Out here in the Bay area, I canrent a $1 million house for about $3,000.

But in this situation I amburning, every year $41,500, where I could just rent the samehouse for $26,000 out of my pocket, when I adjustfor everything.

And then people a couple ofyears ago said, oh, but houses appreciate.

And that's what wouldmake it up.

But now you know, very recently– we know that that's not the case.

And in the next video, I'lldelve into this, and a little bit more.

I'll see you soon.

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Real Estate: Buying, Selling & Renting : How to Rent Out a Home That You’re Trying to Sell

Hello.

My name is Penny Smith.

I'm a licensedreal estate broker in North Carolina, and today I'd like to talk to you about how torent out your home that you're trying to sell.

If you're selling your home, and you're doinga rental on it, I highly recommend that you do a rental that's a month to month.

If youdo rent your home as a lease, a twelve month lease or a six month lease, then the new homebuyers will have to honor that contractual contract and will have to keep those tenantsin place through the lease.

That's going to eliminate some buyers for you.

So if you doa month to month, then that contract, they can be given a thirty day notice and theyhave to vacate the property, depending on what the buyer's requirements are.

Or thebuyers can pick up that month to month, and keep them in the property if that's what theirintention is, is to buy investment property.

So it's my recommendation that if you do haveto rent the home during the time that you are trying to sell, that you certainly donot limit yourself with buyers by having a lease in place, but have a month to month.

And that's my recommendations on how to rent your home while you're trying to sell.

Thankyou.

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How do I decide if its time To Sell my Laguna Niguel Home-Check it now

The market activity report for Laguna Niguel for theweek of March 23rd 2015 shows it's a seller's market.

The medianlist price now is $1,079,000.

And on the average it's taking 116 days to sell a home in Laguna Niguel and the days on the market are actuallyheading downward.

Although 37 percent of the homes had aprice decrease, it is currently a seller's market.

So,prices will resume their climb if the trend continues.

While the medianhome price in Laguna Niguel hasn't moved much in the last few weeks, we are relatively close to the high-water mark in pricing.

So, while prices are trending up,inventory is tightening and the days on the market is falling.

This is a great time to sell you Laguna Niguel home.

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Sign onto ehome.

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Real Estate: Buying, Selling & Renting : How to Rent an Apartment or House

Hello, my name is Penny Smith.

I'm a NorthCarolina real estate broker.

Today I'd like to talk to you about how to rent a house oran apartment.

There's quite a process that you need to go through.

Once you find theproperty that you want to rent and you know that the price on that property is what youwant to pay, then you need to sign a contract.

If the owner doesn't already have preprintedcontracts then he may require an application as well.

And which you will have to providehim with your personal information so that he can do a search to make sure that you area suitable renter.

And then he will have to provide you with a contract.

He can buy thosecontracts at Office Depot or get them form his personal real estate agent.

In each caseit is his responsibility to provide them.

I highly recommend that you have someone toread over that contract to make sure it's in your best interest.

Whether that be a realestate attorney or a family member that you think has some experience with contracts.

Those are my recommendations on how to rent an apartment or house.

Thank you and I hopeyou have a good day.

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Building & Renting Real Estate : Where to Find Houses for Rent on the Internet

Hello my name is Penny Smith and I'm a NorthCarolina Real estate broker.

I work for Live Oak Real Estate.

Live Oak Real Estate dotcom.

It's a great source for finding houses on the internet.

If you are looking to buy,sell or rent anything you can find it on the Internet.

Craigslist is a great site in whichyou can go and look and find an array of different things on the Internet for sale.

To includehomes, also to rent, to include houses and apartments and even yachts.

You can find ayacht to rent on the Internet.

There are a lot of properties and a lot of ways to searchthe Internet.

Go have fun and look, I know you'll find what you want and that is howyou search the Internet to find properties.

Thank you and I hope you have a good day.

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