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Old 04-29-2008, 06:49 AM
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I will be working at St. Mary's hospital in Grand Junction for the next 3 months and would like to find a nice place to lease. Prefer a cabin, cottage or small home that would allow a very well behaved 4 lb poodle and kitty. We are very quiet & non smokers. Last resort would be nice apartment or condo. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 04-30-2008, 12:51 PM
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As a homeowner, I'm not that well versed in the rental market. However, I see numerous articles appearing in the local newspapers declaring that the rental market in the Grand Junction area is pretty tight. Here's a link to an article appearing in todays paper. I'd like to be more helpful and optimistic, but that's all I have at this time.
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Old 04-30-2008, 06:53 PM
Location: Bend, OR
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Out of curiosity, are you a travelling health care worker? If so, I would ask the company to provide housing for you. It will be much easier than trying to find your own place. I know my husband and I travelled for a while, and the company always provided an apartment for us. We tried to look for a small house on our own because we have pets as well. However, it was extremely difficult. As a Grand Junction resident, I think you will find it especially hard to find a place. The oil and gas industry has plenty of workers moving in, which makes the rental market pretty scarce.
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Old 05-21-2008, 08:35 PM
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My wife and I just purchased a duplex in Grand Junction.....3/2 on one side and a 2/1 on the other.....we close June 23rd, 2008......the duplex is near the intersection of Hwy 141 and the D 1/2 Road ( yea I know...what is the D1/2 road!;^)).....you'll soon find out!;^)......basically it is southeast of town......not super close to the hospital....but things are tight in GJ......thus the reason we purchased an investment property there!:^)

[EMAIL="alisonwhelan@comcast.net"]alisonwhelan@comcast.net[/EMAIL] or [EMAIL="whelans@ci.aspen.co.us"]whelans@ci.aspen.co.us[/EMAIL] if you are interested.


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