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I hear that there is a back-log of families waiting to find homes to rent. Do you typically see homes sitting on lists for a while or are they usually rented quickly? I know there are a variety of factors that would go into this, but I am just trying to get a general idea of what to expect. Should we be advertising in addition to the listing at the town?


Also, do you find 2 family homes rent more quickly than 3?


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If you want to know how large a backlog S8 has in your area, call Metro and ask a caseworker.  Each area has a different amount.  I would advertise units both ways.  You could get a non s8 tenant.  I  find SFH rent quicker in my area.  People want private space and less noise.  Ask local landlords for your trends.
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