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Alex Amend Photography
where is this amassing tree house exactly? is it for rent? (my girls went crazy)...)
I believe it's for rent on airbnb.com
“It looks fun up there” — daspooner
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Guest Bathroom
Is this house for sale or rent?
Hello, Sorry it is not for sale or rent - it is a private residence. Hope that helps!
“Love.” — citywithfoundations
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
4 Reviews
Waterfront Retreat
Want to rent...where is this home and can I rent it?
“Love all the windows” — dougandbeth
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Arrivée au SS différente. Look différent. Plus fermé. Prend moins d'espace u salon
“Open, turned stairs. Balustrade and wainscot” — lehighrobinson
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Sorry, no the home is not for rent. Thank you for asking.
Is this place for rent?
“Lamp” — vishalsoocheta
Blackburn Architects, PC
German-style Bank Barn Conversion
Where is this? It's beautiful and looks very spacious. Can this be rented out?
“for you honey” — tvan_7
arbejazz architects studio ltd.
k house
of economics. There are relatively few things you control when you set out on your own — your fixed expenses are key.I advocate resisting the urge to rent (or build) the perfect studio space. Your low overhead is one of your greatest advantages as a new, sole practitioner and business owner. If you spend
debt-free business and keep your expenses to a minimum, and you’ll enjoy profitability faster than you thought possible. Saddling yourself with a monthly rent payment for office space will only increase the pressure you’ll feel to accept work that may not be a good fit, or you’ll focus too much on receivables
“Desk under stairs” — clarkson9
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Denver Country Club Home
hardest part of being a landlord, so remember, you are a catch! While it's not likely any landlord would lower the rent, you could try negotiating for a longer lease to lock in your current rent, ask for improvements to be made (and paid for) before moving in or get permission to paint and make improvements
“Blue chairs, windows and sconces” — Jane Stout
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