I'm currently unemployed and trying to move in order to search for employment. I have the means to pay 12 months rent in cash. Would this be possible?

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answer by Vickey Wachtel    |   Contact Me
Rebekah, that house is taken but I would be happy to find you another in ther area, give me a call 281-728-1221
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answer by Karla Villanueva    |   Contact Me
Are you wanting to pay the 12 months in advance, if yes then of course it is possible. I have several rental homes give me a call. 832-788-5948
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answer by Amanda Nicodemus    |   Contact Me
Hi Rebekah, The 4 bedroom house in Windsong is still available. When you rent a house, the landlord wants to see that you have the ability to pay the rent. So if you're not currently employed, paying the rent in advance is an option for you. I can send you a rental application to fill out. Please contact me at 281-380-5589 to schedule an appointment or email: realty.houston@gmail.com
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answer by Kallie Coleman    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hello, I'm sure this would be no problem at all. Just let me know if this is what you want to do? Give me a call or email me. Would you like to see this home today?
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answer by Mark McNitt    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Rebekah, Yes, you can pay in advance in some cases...but that can make a landlord just as nervous wondering where the money came from? Depends on the owner and their Realtor. They will want to check you out (credit, rental history, etc). If all that is fairly OK (mainly past rental history or record of good mortgage payments), you might have a chance. Those rental homes sitting more than 2 months might be more flexible. Have letters of reference from past landlords, bosses and others. Good luck! Mark McNitt, Bernstein Realty m 832-567-4357 www.MarkKnowsHouston.com
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answer by Dorene Callaway    |   Contact Me
Yes it is. It all depends on each owner. But yes I have done this before for a client. Please call me. Thanks, Dorene Callaway 713-829-3780
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Good Morning, Ms. Sanders! Good Luck with your search for a new job. Yes, if you want to pre-pay your lease with cash there is the availability to do that. There are some things you should do to protect yourself during that type of lease. I'm a realtor in ghe Greater Houston area and would like to help you if you feel you would like to place your trust in me. Call me, Kathleen, at 281-799-4002 or email me at KathleenRealtor1@gmail.com. Let's visit about your specific needs and we can search for a comfortable home for you and your job search and your pocketbook. Very truly yours, Kathleen (281) 799-402
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Hi Rebekah~ Yes, that is a good way to go if you have that much up front to put down. You may also want to consider a lease option or seller financing with that sort of financial resource. We specialize in lease options and seller financing and would be happy to assist you with that. If you choose to simply lease. We'd be happy to assist you with that as well. Please phone us directly at 832-447-4400 at your earliest convenience and we'll move forward. Make it a Great Day! LM & BC
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