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Old 01-28-2011, 11:29 AM
 
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Hi all I am curious about fair rental rates. I will be retiring shortly and relocating to the charlotte area. We have visited several times and like the mint hill area and indian trail. Before we decide too purchase a home we would like to rent for a year to get the feel of the area. Is 1700 to 1850 within reason for those specific area's? The homes are located in nice subdivisions. 2800 to 3100 sq ft. You're assistance would be greatly appreciated
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Old 01-28-2011, 12:46 PM
 
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Hi all I am curious about fair rental rates. I will be retiring shortly and relocating to the charlotte area. We have visited several times and like the mint hill area and indian trail. Before we decide too purchase a home we would like to rent for a year to get the feel of the area. Is 1700 to 1850 within reason for those specific area's? The homes are located in nice subdivisions. 2800 to 3100 sq ft. You're assistance would be greatly appreciated
Its in the range. On the high end but in the range of being a "market" rate. ("Fair" has nothing to do with what someone asks for and someone is willing to pay.)

In the area you are looking at on over to Ballantyne are generally good school zones so you will pay a premium for renting there. You can get the same house at lower rents where the schools don't feed to Ardrey Kell, Providence & Butler high schools.
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Old 01-28-2011, 02:22 PM
 
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Thanks for the information. Most of the homes we've looked at have been in that range. Of course with the exception of a few in the 1900 to 2200 which is not in our price range.
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Old 01-28-2011, 02:25 PM
 
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Hi all I am curious about fair rental rates. I will be retiring shortly and relocating to the charlotte area. We have visited several times and like the mint hill area and indian trail. Before we decide too purchase a home we would like to rent for a year to get the feel of the area. Is 1700 to 1850 within reason for those specific area's? The homes are located in nice subdivisions. 2800 to 3100 sq ft. You're assistance would be greatly appreciated
Love Mint Hill and always recommend it For a home that large do expect to pay at least $1800.
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Old 01-28-2011, 02:35 PM
 
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Love Mint Hill and always recommend it For a home that large do expect to pay at least $1800.

I second the sentiments on Mint Hill
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Old 01-28-2011, 02:40 PM
 
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That definitely seems to be the going rate . I absolutely fell in love with Mint Hill! Beautiful area and great people. That's our first choice! Hopefully it works out.
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