A. Landlord Links are landlord and management company directories. Think Zagat for landlords. Included with Landlord Links
you will find incredibly useful insider tips and advice. Stuff even seasoned renters need to know.
Q. How do I access a landlord
or a management companys listings?
A. Included with landlord and management company access information are links to their websites and their updated listings.
Most landlords update their pages every day. Not every landlord has a website. However, with Landlord Links you will have
their contact information, and can call to get their updated information.
Q. Do Landlord Links have
the same apartments shown by brokers?
A. Absolutely. You will see the same apartments brokers are advertising and for which they are charging anywhere from one
month to 15% broker fee. By renting directly with the owner (or management company) you will be able to rent the apartment
Q. What is the difference
between "no fee" and "fee" apartments?
A. There is more to this question than a simple "go with a broker and pay a fee," or rent from a "no fee" building. The tenant
pays a fee every time. Many management companies will inflate their asking rent to accommodate a one-month broker fee. If
you have stellar credit, phenomenal income, glowing landlord references there are ways you might be able to get the asking
price down in these hidden fee situations. *More advice in Landlord Links.
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