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11297 Menlo Way

Fawn Elhadidi outside Redding City Limits
August 17, 2018, 10:32 AM

Is there any coordination with the Property Management Groups in Shasta county, which would allow you to fill out one rental application and pay one fee that could be applied to all properties.

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City Manager's Office about 1 year ago

Check out strongerthancarr.com. I heard they were working on that while compiling a comprehensive list of all properties available in the area. Not sure if they were able to make it happen, but check out their site for more information.

 

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Fawn Elhadidi about 1 year ago

Thank you for your response. They have combined the multiple listings, however, the Property Management Groups are requiring separate applications, application fees, and credit checks. This is not ideal, running multiple credit checks is not good, plus providing your personal information to multiple entities is not ideal. It would be nice to consolidate this information with one organization.

 

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City Manager's Office about 1 year ago

I agree that it's not ideal, but those decisions are made by the individual property management companies. While we can ask for them to make the process easier for residents, the decision is ultimately theirs to make. I encourage you to call the companies your are considering applying to and ask them directly if they have made allowances for residents right now. Good luck to you.

 


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