Questions and Answers
Your Questions About Apartment Ads For Rent
Are the people charging fees for finding Apartments safe to use?
Ok, so I went through a whole bunch of advertisements and came across some listings that charge fees. I don’t mind paying a fee if they can set me up with a nice place for a good price. Their ads sound the best, but are these people really legit, or will they just steal my money and leave me homeless?
People … No.
A licensed broker AFTER you sign a lease … Yes.
And make sure they earn their fee by taking you to see the property, only showing you property that fits your requirements, negotiating the finer details with the landlord, etc …
I have used licensed brokers to find places in the past, and while expensive (usually 1 months rent), they can save you a lot of time and effort.
Where to find community site to rent a flat in NJ?
I need to rent a flat in NJ for a few months. I dont want to search companies since I have to have credit score and some conditions i dont have since i am not american.
I need to search community, such as someone rents his upper floor…etc
Do you know any site can help me in this?
It is called an apartment and leases are for 12 months not a few months.
You need to check newspaper classified ads and real estate sites for the area in NJ you want.
All landlords do a background check.
How do I find roommate wanted classified ads on yahoo?
Each time I search the Yahoo classified ads for roommates wanted it directs me to apartment complexes or real estate. I’m looking for someone who has a room for rent or sublease.
How do you get a job working in an apartment office?
It seems like all you have to do is show people apartments, keep track of inventory & maintenance/repairs & be a total b*witch* to people who need 2 extra days to pay rent b/c they live paycheck to pay check?
I am told I am a b *witch* so how could i apply for one of these jobs I have NO experience except in THAT dept.
Look for ads in your area. You would probably start out as a leasing agent and then you might move up to asst manager or manager.
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