Houses for rent in the country

Houses for rent in the country

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guest

United States

#1 Jan 1, 2013
I'm looking for a house to rent in the Wynne school district, but don't wanna live in town. Something in the country for pretty cheap $250-$350. Please help me out.
Guest

Brinkley, AR

#2 Jan 1, 2013
For real?? A shack maybe or one bedroom one bath? I don't think you're going to find anything that cheap unless it's about to fall apart this is 2013 average rent in the country 600-850. Good luck though.
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#3 Jan 1, 2013
Guest wrote:
For real?? A shack maybe or one bedroom one bath? I don't think you're going to find anything that cheap unless it's about to fall apart this is 2013 average rent in the country 600-850. Good luck though.
What?! How can folks afford that kinda rent? With so many people making not much more than minimum wage, how can they afford to rent? My goodness! I feel for the young folks coming into adulthood cuz even an education will no longer guarantee them a good paying job. I guess extended families will heve to learn to live together again. And this is America. Ah capitalism.
wynne

Ida, LA

#4 Jan 1, 2013
guest wrote:
I'm looking for a house to rent in the Wynne school district, but don't wanna live in town. Something in the country for pretty cheap $250-$350. Please help me out.
I am sorry to tell you but it is never going to happen not in the Wynne school. We are paying almost 900.00 per month and it is small. I wish you the best.
wynne

Ida, LA

#5 Jan 1, 2013
NAPPYsaysDare2bDifferent wrote:
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What?! How can folks afford that kinda rent? With so many people making not much more than minimum wage, how can they afford to rent? My goodness! I feel for the young folks coming into adulthood cuz even an education will no longer guarantee them a good paying job. I guess extended families will heve to learn to live together again. And this is America. Ah capitalism.
I know it is ridiculous,right? You would think the houses around here were made of gold. I dont know how some people make it.
friend

Atlanta, TX

#6 Jan 1, 2013
Maybe you will find a mobile home in the
Country for that amount. People would rather have their property empty then to lower it for a needy working family
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#7 Jan 2, 2013
That's more than half of a lot of people's monthly net income. Everyone is so money hungry now. In a small town area a rich person likely has no desire to rent; usually they are homeowners. It's mostly poor, uneducated folks who rent, I think, so why such an enormous amount for rent? If folks are well educated with a good paying job in a small town or its surrounding area, they're probably homeowners.
Well, I guess the property owners say folks need to think about all of that before they have children, quit school, decide not to get a higher education, or learn a skill.
Landlord

Memphis, TN

#8 Jan 2, 2013
This uneducated Nappy needs to go back to the cotton patch. Yes rent is high! The average rate to build now is $85.00 per square foot. Add Insurance and Taxes to that and the average landlord makes less than you think. If the homeowner cannot make something its not worth doing. Thats why the rent is not $250.00 a month.If you want to blame someone blame Insurance companies and our goverment for the taxes. Just because your rent is 900.00 per month doesnt mean your landlord is making $900.00! Truth be told most are clearing 20-25 percent and then they use that to pay repairs after the renter moves.
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#9 Jan 2, 2013
Uneducated NAPPY knows most of the rental property is NOT new. Much of it is paid in full. Also uneducated NAPPY need not return to the cotton field because YOU are going to pay me to sit here and play with you. The average landlord that is savvy clears quite a bit or they would not do it. You aren't going to stay in a business that you do not see a sizeable profit. And I know what it does for your taxes. YOU, the people, are to blame for everything. YOU did not vote in lions, tigers and bears to represent you. Foxes don't spend your money. Birds aren't the greedy ones. Dogs don't try to keep up with the Joneses. Ants constantly work. It's the two-legged animal at the top of the food chain who speaks English who is the blame forwhatever is wrong. You need to pay more taxes. If most landlords are getting only 20-25% of collected rent and are using that to pay for repairs, most must be doing something wrong. Hmmm, yuh gatta be smarter than that. One reason why rent is so high is due to HUD. You know you'll get your money. Not all HUD renters are filthy. Uh, some can even do the repairs themselves. ;-) And they're clean. Some can even do renovations, can't they? Hehe. OK, NAPPY, hush up. You'll have these folks clearing nearly 100% of their collected rent. Bwahhhhh. NAPPY, you need to get yourself educated and quit being so unintelligent, so dumb, so nitwitty.
WipeFeetBeforeEn tering

West Memphis, AR

#10 Jan 2, 2013
NAPPYsaysDare2bDifferent wrote:
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What?! How can folks afford that kinda rent? With so many people making not much more than minimum wage, how can they afford to rent? My goodness! I feel for the young folks coming into adulthood cuz even an education will no longer guarantee them a good paying job. I guess extended families will heve to learn to live together again. And this is America. Ah capitalism.
$600/month rent is very low (rents will include prop taxes, insurance on the structure, and a small portion for ongoing maintenance); income and prop taxes in AR are very low; wages in AR are very low. It may be necessary to find something affordable in Wynne or a nearby community if rents outside of town are too high.
Landlord

Memphis, TN

#11 Jan 2, 2013
Sounds like Nappy has it figured out. Maybe she should get in the rental business!
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#12 Jan 2, 2013
WipeFeetBeforeEntering wrote:
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$600/month rent is very low (rents will include prop taxes, insurance on the structure, and a small portion for ongoing maintenance); income and prop taxes in AR are very low; wages in AR are very low. It may be necessary to find something affordable in Wynne or a nearby community if rents outside of town are too high.
I thought rent would be more expensive in town than in the country.

What the young folks can do is buy a piece of land in the country and put a trailer on it or build their own house out of their pocket and not have to worry about rent or a house note. That's what old uneducated NAPPY did and she gets to keep her money every month. No rent payment or mortage for old uneducated NAPPY. It certainly didn't cost us $85 a sq. ft. Nowhere near that. Maybe $15. NAPPY, you are jez too uneducated; who wants to live in a homemade house or wear homemade clothes or eat homegrown/cooked food, or have homemade curtains or drive an economical vehicle, or do their own hair, or do their own yard work, or wash their own car, or save their money so they'll have some when they need it? Who? NAPPY, you are jez too uneducated. You, NAPPY, need to get with the times. Yeah right. No thank you.$900 a month for rent? Not I. I'd take some crates and pallets, tear them apart and build myself a dwelling before I'd pay it. Uneducated NAPPY has too much COMMON SENSE for that foolishness. Ahh capitalism. You gatta love it. Shucks, I'd build a house out of slabs first. I could go to the cotton field and take the cotton and the stalks and build myself a house before I'd do it. I'm just that creative, with my uneducated self. Yawl know who I learned that stuff from? Ms. Wynn. Yawl know. She's that teacher yawl love to hate. Hehe. She is so old-fashioned, country and frugal. They do almost everything for themselves. They even burn wood, too. I learn from her and she learns from me. ;-) And whuduhyuh know, she was the one outta all of yawl that a garden show came and wanted to do a segment on her. Homemade must not be so bad afterall, huh? So uneducated old NAPPY thinks she'll stick with her homemade stuff, too.$900 a month?! Ah, heck naw! My brain doesn't work like that.
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#13 Jan 2, 2013
Landlord wrote:
Sounds like Nappy has it figured out. Maybe she should get in the rental business!
Hehe! And a hehe, again on that one. How do you know I'm not or that I haven't been? How do you suppose I know all of that? Jez as'n is all. ;-) Yawl so FUNny. Yawl honestly crack me up.

And don't forget, YOU OWE ME.
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#14 Jan 2, 2013
And BTW, there's no way in this current economy if I did rent would I charge anyone $900 a month for rent. No way under the sun. If I couldn't manage it any better than that, I wouldn't do it. Uneducated NAPPY can manage and budget a whole better than that. I'm not that hungry for money. I have what I need and want plus a whole lot more with my uneducated self. ;-) Maybe it can be better to have common sense.
NAPPYsaysDare2bD ifferent

Kiana, AK

#15 Jan 2, 2013
Ok, listen up folks who need a place to rent in the country. Take a day and go for a drive down the country roads. Find an old, torn up, abandoned mobile home that still has a good frame, which most do. Tell the owner you'll fix it up for 18-24 months of free rent. As it is, it's just sitting there costing the owner taxes. You have to be savvy enough to know how to work it.

If you can afford $900 a month for rent or even $600 a month, then you can afford to fix it up. I'm sure you have a man with muscles of some brothers. You have friends who know how to do some of the work like electrical or plumbing. Do something for them in exchange for their services. Barter. Come'on now, yawl can do this. I'm telling yuh what to do. I know.

Tell the owner after the two years are up then you're willing to pay 4 or $500 a month for rent and not a penny more. You will have fixed his trailor up which he can rent for another 30 years.

Surely you women know how to drive a nail. You gatta know math well enough to measure. You put those 2x4s on 16 inch center. Insulate it WELL. Use treated lumber all over it. You can do the sheetrock smooth enough to suit you. Buy a DIY book at Lowe's or Home Depot. If you don't have the funds all at once, do it a little at a time. Just get it built so you can live in it while you're renovating it. You got credit cards, don't you? If can't drive a nail, get a couple of nail guns.

Old NAPPY knows what she's talking about. Ms. Wynn taught me like she teaches those kids how to do it. You don't have to try to impress anyone. You just want a house to live in becuz your HOME is wherever you live be it in your car or on the moon. NAPPY, you done gone and completely lost it! I reck'n you think anyone other than you will dare to be different. Hehe Don't yawl pay me no mind. Go on and pay $900 a month for rent in apartments where you have to beg the landlords to fix just minor stuff. Raise your kids on asphalt and concrete (no grass) couped up in a little apartment connected to someone else's place listening to all of their noise. Oh me, me, me.
Chris

United States

#16 Jan 14, 2013
I'm looking for a house to rent also. Needs to be at least 3 bd 2 bath.
guest

Dallas, TX

#17 Jan 22, 2013
please we need a home
wynne

Ida, LA

#18 Jan 22, 2013
guest wrote:
please we need a home
Try the Vanndale trailer park and talk to Barbara. She should have something.
guest

Wynne, AR

#19 Jan 22, 2013
Nappy likes to stick her wide nose in everything.
Gemssong

Hope, AR

#20 Jan 28, 2013
call real estate companies - there are often rentals listed with them. Or people who are trying to sell their home but would be willing to rent it out until it would sell.

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