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Old 12-13-2012, 07:35 AM
 
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Just wondering how things are down in the Mt. Wash area lately. I might be moving in the area and purchasing a multi family house. I was worried though that last time I was in around there, there were an obscene amount of rentals being offered. I would walk down Beechmont Ave. and the lawns were covered with more for rent signs than grass (2006). This of course worries me in regards to being able to rent out vacant apartments to make ends meet for the house payments. Anyway I guess my question is are there still the same amount of vacant rentals in the area that would hurt my chances of making ends meet?
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Old 12-15-2012, 06:44 PM
 
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Just wondering how things are down in the Mt. Wash area lately. I might be moving in the area and purchasing a multi family house. I was worried though that last time I was in around there, there were an obscene amount of rentals being offered. I would walk down Beechmont Ave. and the lawns were covered with more for rent signs than grass (2006). This of course worries me in regards to being able to rent out vacant apartments to make ends meet for the house payments. Anyway I guess my question is are there still the same amount of vacant rentals in the area that would hurt my chances of making ends meet?
Thanks.
Probably not, in the intervening 6 years many of them have likely gone through foreclosure. Just kidding as I really have no idea. But it seems to me some of the realtors who deal in the area could tell you the status of multi-family units in the area, since that is their business. Just request some information on multi-family sales over the last 6 years. If they cannot provide go to the next guy. In this day of computerized records they should be able to swamp you in information. If not, just say thank you and I might be back in the future.
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