English Speaking Real Estate Agent Needed

NYCExpat

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Looking for some house rental options (long-term, not tourist). Please advise with english speaking rental agents.

Thanks!
 

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NYCExpat said:
Looking for some house rental options (long-term, not tourist). Please advise with english speaking rental agents.

Thanks!


I'm sorry to see you not getting far with this as I know that feeling myself. We wanted a furnished rental outside the city to enjoy a more relaxed life with our new baby and I contacted Reynolds and other big rental companies without much successs...and I speak Spanish. In the end a friend found us some lovely options in a barrio cerrado near her (Septiembre) in Escobar. They have large and small furnished houses for rent with communal facilities too. You can check out some options here for example: http://propiedades.zonaprop.com.ar/...obar/ncZ24_opZtipo-operacion-alquiler_lnZ5117

I found the best opio0n is to drive to any barrio cerrado during a week day and talk to the office staff there rather than work via mail or phone. Trying to do it via the owners will be very difficult.

I know Escobar wasnt on your list of desired locations and maybe too outside the city but I thought I'd toss it in and hope things start going your way...
 

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Do you have a car to drive around the areas you are interested in ? Chances are you will see numerous signs of available places , and get the numbers of the LOCAL agents in specific areas. Many have English speaking agents. Pm me if you want more information.
 

Heather G

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yespropiedades.com has long term as well as short term, and Daniel's English is pretty good :)
 
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