Do the prices include utilities?

Does the price for each rental include utilites such as electricity, water, heat, etc?
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answer by JC Bonner    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Some landlords include all utilities some don't. Water, sewer and garbage are usually always included. Heat is almost always not unless specified.
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answer by Ellen Williamson    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
I have seen heat and water included with a condo on several occasions. However when renting a house you are usually responsible for all utilities. Also another expense to consider when renting a house is, you are usually responsible for lawn maintenance and snow removal. Ask your agent as each rental unit will be different, good Luck finding your next home.
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answer by Olivia Smolin    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Generally, when the utilities are included, that information is disclosed in the rental listing. It will actually say "all utilities included", or it may say which utilities are included. If that's not stated, I would safely assume that it may not be the case. Here in Naples, in the area where I work, most rentals include utilities, especially seasonal rentals.
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answer by Jeanine Catron    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Every rental is different. Having that included is rare, and a luxury! Most rentals do not include utilities.
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answer by LINDA MICHETTI, CRS    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Not usually, but every rental is different.
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