Have inquired two times already for a property listed for rent and have gotten no reply from the agent. Any options here?

(1) | asked by: Jose Brenes | share | 6 days ago | Report
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answer by Sue Enos    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
I would suggest you contact a local Realtor in the town where this rental property is located - oftentimes other Realtors don't have details on the rental properties.
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answer by Debbie Strong    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hello Jose, I see that Long Dragon Realty has reached out to you. Did you find listings to rent in Vallejo CA? 9/07/23017 Sincerely, Debbie Strong
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answer by Rich Reed    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hi, Jose, sorry to hear about your frustration with trying to get a response for a rental. If the property is listed with a Realtor, I would expect to get a timely response. Unfortunately, many rental properties are scams, or are not listed with a licensed real estate agent, and come from other 3rd party sites, instead of directly from an MLS. Each property listed for rent here may be represented by a different Realtor, landlord, or property management company. One thing to try is doing a general internet search on the property address and see if it has legitimate (Realtor) contact information. Also, it may help you weed out the scam listings. Or you could contact a local Realtor, click "Local Pros" at the top of the page, and have a Realtor do all of that work on your behalf! Hope this is helpful!
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