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Old 10-10-2011, 11:44 AM
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we are relocating from California to Waco in Feb and have been scouring Craigslist and realtor.com for 4 or 5 bedroom homes to rent in the area...with not much luck! Any advice?
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Old 10-11-2011, 09:56 AM
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Call the local realtors. Many of them have rental listings that don't get to craigslist or the paper. And many of them have clients who are intending to sell but that may entertain something like a year lease as the market is rather soft now. Here are several of the larger ones

Kelly, Realtors -- Waco, Texas' Real Estate Company
RE/MAX Affluent Realty | Real Estate Waco | Outstanding Agents Outstanding Results
Waco Real Estate Agent Waco TX - Realtor - Real Estate Company - Homes For Sale Agency - Realtor
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Old 10-11-2011, 04:36 PM
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I will do that for sure! Thank you!!
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Old 11-15-2011, 02:37 PM
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I am moving to Waco at the beginning of December. Will be working at a hospital between the Beverly Hills and Woodway neighborhoods. Would love some advice on where to look for housing, as I'll probably drive to town only for a couple days to look for apartments after calling to set up some viewings. I am 31/m, not married, and will have no issue paying in the $500-$900 range. I applied for a position in Austin as well so I may be relocating again in a few months so I'll need a month to month lease. I'd like to not be extremely remote (on the edge of town) but don't need to be near the university scene either. Where would I be happiest? Beverly Hills, Woodway, Robinson, Mountainview/near the lake?, Hewitt?
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