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Jennifer Carr

Can someone please help me find a realtor???

I am looking to lease/rent. My lease is up March 31st, I know that may seem far away, but I have to give my landlord a 60 day notice. I've been looking at properties, but its hard to find something without a realtor. Can some one help me?! I do not have good credit, but I have good rental history and a good income. Thank you!

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Can someone please help me find a realtor???

By Jennifer Carr   
Posted on Jan 10, 2017 in Topic: Condo Living
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I am looking to lease/rent. My lease is up March 31st, I know that may seem far away, but I have to give my landlord a 60 day notice. I've been looking at properties, but its hard to find something without a realtor. Can some one help me?! I do not have good credit, but I have good rental history and a good income. Thank you!
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Terry Kraemer
about 1 month ago
I would be happy to help you. Please contact me and let me know what your needs are. If I can not help you personally, I can help you find someone who can.


about 1 month ago
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Carla Jackson
about 1 month ago
please contact me I would love you help you 832-794-1075


about 1 month ago
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Azeema Rehman
about 1 month ago
Hello Carla,
Please feel free to contact me as I would love to help you find your next home.
Thank You,
Azeema Rehman
281-989-1117
azeemarehman@hotmail.com
www.har.com/azeemarehman


about 1 month ago
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Sibel Caliskanlar
about 1 month ago
Hi Jennifer! We all would love to help you find your next home. It's never too early to shop, and congrats on submitting your notice. I have questions for you that would help me in your new home search, I'd rather ask privately. You are welcome to call me on my cell in the morning at 713.397.1999 or email me at Sibel@kw.com.


I have a great team of professionals that helps renters on the journey to home ownership.

Best Regards,

Sibel Caliskanlar
www.AskSibel.com


about 1 month ago
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Jennifer Martinez
about 1 month ago
Good Evening-

You definitely came to the right place to find a Realtor!

I'd love to help you with your search! I'm a full-time, experienced Realtor that's proficient with all areas of Houston. Please call/email me your contact information so that we can discuss your current situation and your criteria. My contact information is below:

Jennifer Martinez
Career Development Coach
Realtor Associate, CNE, ASP
BHGRE Gary Greene
12850 Memorial, #1155
Houston, TX 77024
713-336-3743
jennifer.martinez@garygreene.com
www.garygreene.com/agents/JenniferMartinez


about 1 month ago
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Gabriela DeLaTorre
about 1 month ago
I will be happy to help you. Do you know which part of town you are looking for? If you send me your wish list I will be happy to assist!


about 1 month ago
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Christopher Cerda
about 1 month ago
Hi, my name is Lisa and I work at Chris Christopher Properties. We would love to help you find a home. You can reach us at 832-887-1587 or email us at chrischristopherproperties@gmail.com
We hope to hear from you


about 1 month ago
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Ancernetta Williams
about 1 month ago
I would love to help you. Text me or call me at 832-628-0452

www.myhoustondigs.com
Ansa@myhoustondigs.com


about 1 month ago
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Mark McNitt
about 1 month ago
Commissions for rentals is much less than a sale and this is a big reason Realtors avoid working on leases. In addition, renters tend not to be as committed to one agent. That being said, interview 2 or 3 Realtors. Find one that works with renters and understands how to present you to a landlord knowing your situation. Be willing to sign a buyer/tenant representation agreement. Possibly get a copy of your credit report and provide to this agent. Commit to working with this agent and be prepared to settle for a bit less considering your credit situation. You should get reference letters from your past 2 landlords, possibly your employer. Be prepared to offer additional deposits.
Most landlords will hold a property for you at least 30 days. So you might be looking a bit early, but not by much. The rental market overall is a bit soft in Houston (01/2017) and there should be opportunities for you. Let us know if we can assist you.

Mark McNitt, Bernstein Realty
www.MarkKnowsHouston.com
832-567-4357


about 1 month ago
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Francois Delille
about 1 month ago
Hi Jennifer,
I own a property management company and I recommend you work with a realtor that does property management and is used to the leasing process. You should be activelly looking beginning of march. 30 days prior your lease end is the typical time frame.
I am used to tenants with not so perfect credit and your good landlord history will compensate that.
Please send me your budget and preferred location, I have 3 rentals listing coming up maybe one is a good fit for you.
Best,
francois@cozy-homes.com
713 397 8857


about 1 month ago
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Krystal Huhn
about 1 month ago
When choosing a realtor I suggest choosing someone who specializes in the location you are looking in. A local realtor will know that specific area well and may also know of upcoming rentals that are not even listed yet. There is a search tool right here on HAR that you can look by zipcode or city.

http://www.har.com/realestatepro

Krystal Huhn
Stanfield Properties
krystal@stanfieldproperties.com


about 1 month ago
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