Flood Victims Face Tight Rental Market

Dear ABC News Fixer: Enterprise’s Elusive Free Rental

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All of those requests are tough to fill in an already-tight market, he said. Robust resales this summer shrank the supply of condos, townhomes and detached homes for rent. Vacancy rates for those properties metrowide were 2.2 percent in the second quarter. Orlando said he is steering flood victims down the U.S. 36 corridor to apartment communities in Westminster, Thornton and Northglenn, where average rents are about $350 a month lower than in Boulder and landlords are finding supply.
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But now I needed 600 points. Later, I looked again and the website said I needed 650 points (by then I had 636). Every time I get more property management companies baltimore points, they keep upping the requirement. I called the program office and they said they had no control over the point system — that rates change depending on where one rents a car. Now it seems I need 750 points to get the smallest car, when all I needed at first was 550 points to get a bigger car.
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