Rentals Good or Bad

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Rentals Good or Bad

Please post any info you have, im looking for a nice place to rent and don't want bed bugs or bad landlords.
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Re: Rentals Good or Bad

Unread postby nospanky » Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:56 am

I might suggest you buy your own house if you're not willing to have a bad landlord..
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Re: Rentals Good or Bad

Unread postby git_R-dun » Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:02 am

That is sad, and I hear many of the services and businesses here are much the same. Customer comes last.
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Re: Rentals Good or Bad

Unread postby rp1986 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:48 am

You can always turn around and leave too. Nobody would complain about that.
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Re: Rentals Good or Bad

Unread postby treasures » Thu Jan 12, 2012 12:25 pm

I agree rp1986... I find a lot of the ones who complain about bad service are quick to go in fighting...

I also agree with purchasing a home or condo if you can, the amount paid for some rent can be more than a mortgage payment & when you want to leave to go "back home" you can sell your investment - remember everyone who is moving into our hometown are here for the same reason as you... the big money, why not invest a little for a return later
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Re: Rentals Good or Bad

Unread postby dolphin » Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:11 pm

The best way to do it is to rent an apartment and get roomates. You may have to cover some months on your own between roomies.
The place will be yours so you make the rules.
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Re: Rentals Good or Bad

Unread postby squintz » Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:31 am

I agree with treasures: right now on the market there are quite a few with Seperate entrance rental suites that can be used to offset mortgage costs (remember to get a good accountant or you'll end up owing CRA quite a bit of money)

My friend's had good luck going through Kathy Bower at exit reality a while back; they do rentals and reality. You might want to try talking with her or her staff about your options for rental versus purchase.
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