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    Boom Staff
    Posted: Oct 13, 2011 05:13 PM
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    Have you posted the listing on is another great resource, as is and

    Perhaps also consider talking to a local realtor or professionals at the local HUD (Housing & Urban Development) office for their suggestions, or placing an ad in local papers or area businesses.

    You could always do word-of-mouth advertising too: ask some friends or colleagues; they may know someone who is looking for that type of affordable arrangement.

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    Posted: Jan 15, 2013 03:42 PM
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    Thanks-to the staff- a little late though. Since original post have rented the house in question, new lease soon. Thought I would check back with this site and the response from boomerator staff was perfect, following up on leads given.

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