@John B, question: What if you lived out of the area and needed to find a rental? What if you worked long hours and did not have time to do all the leg work required? What if you don't like spending your time trying to figure out if a listing is a scam or if it's real? What if you really wanted phone numbers instead of email addresses so you could actually call the landlords? What if you like getting updated properties (new one, not the ones repeatedly posted on Craigslist) send to your email instead of spending hours and time and gas tracking them down yourself?
The lists help a lot of people. Maybe the service just isn't right for you, which is fine. It isn't for everyone, but it's great for those who do need it.
All the best!
@ARTISTKEN - Your response is very close to accurate. A legitimate company will let you see what listings are available before you sign up and pay. Rental Helpers keeps ours on our homepage and on "See Our Current List" for public viewing. You can visit the California Department of Real Estate Pre-Paid Listing Service list of licensees and find us there as well as all of the other legal listers in California. We are the only one here on the North Coast. :) Have a great day!
Great article. I wonder what the actual ratio is for indoor nurseries vs tenant occupied homes.
I'm thinking 1 to 6 sounds about right. Thanks, Ryan, you nailed it.
It's truly a tragic situation to lose such an amazing animal and her calf. I'm surprised that she survived as long as she did out of her necessary habitat.
Goodness, but there is a lot of misinformation out there. Obviously, I did not write the above post. :)
Rental Helpers actually lists for over 150 different landlords (depending on availability) and emails daily updates out to clients.
The list is quite extensive and detailed. If it was just that short list of links, a few of which are junk and completely outdated ( I already know of them and have researched) I would have the easiest job. :)
Since I update the list every business day, the list is posted daily to the website for all to see. Page 4 gives you the codes to read the list. Rental Helpers has many repeat clients because of the ease of use and convenience.
I work hard to provide great customer service and assistance as well.
I love what I do and I do what I love.
Hi everyone. Just thought I'd check in again to let you know what I'm all about! At therentalhelpers.com, I take free information that can be found on the web and I resell it to country bumpkins that are too computer illiterate to do their own research!
I just love profiting off of ignorance! Maintaining my rental list is so easy, I could automate the entire process with a handful of lines of code!
While i'm here, check out these links:
Nice try "Craigslist Staff"......I know you're BetterBusiness.net. My license information is publice record. :-)
How cool is that? I have nothing to hide.
Have a great one, everyone else!
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