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Hi everyone, 

I have been having a hell of a time finding a place to live for me and my partner.  We moved from Hawaii back in february and I landed a great job earning best pay ever! 

but...I didn't realize everything was property managed out here AND we cant find an apartment for the life of me due to a 6&1/2 yr old broken lease debt that I have from when I was 26 years old.

I know that I am not the only one in Portland who has ever had this issue.  I know there are crackheads who have a roof over their head and I don't...yet.

I have had no problems with previous landpeople since the incident and have great references.

How do I find a place?

 

here's a link to my post on CL describing the situation a bit better...

http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/hou/2550817503.html

Any info would be appreciated!!

Severely frustrated,

Danny P

 

 

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We are renting our house in Portland! It is an amazing house and fully furnished! Please take a look at this linkhttp://www.rentals.com/Oregon/Portland/r1246944/. We are open to short term and long term options. Welcome to Portland, you won't regret it! You can also contact Heather Fritsch, she is a member in this website, she just relocated from Texas, is currently renting our house. She rented it for the summer, in order to look for something to buy and her contract ends in August! Let me know if you are interested! Take care, Glaucia

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