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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Beautiful House For Rent In Coudersport, PA

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33 comments :

Anonymous said...

I love how every apartment around this area wants to charge $500-600 and homes for even more.

What? said...

Well maybe it is because they (the owner) had made in investment and has a bank loan payment along with county and school tax and insurance.

Do YOU pay county and school tax and insurance on this property when you rent it for $500-600 a month?

I did not think so!

Anonymous said...

Yes all apartments should be $10 per month, including utilities & lawn & snow care.. Who do they think they are?

Youbetcha said...

7:45:00 PM & 7:47:00 PM

You two are so right!

Why do people think they DESERVE and should HAVE so much at someone else's hard work and investment?

If they feel the rent on apartments and homes is too high BUY YOUR OWN REAL ESTATE!

You pay the transfer tax, recording & deed fees, title insurance, attorney fees and insurance along with a monthly payment to a bank with interest for the next 25 years!

And do not forget once you are the "owner" and not the "renter" all the maintenance and up keep will be yours as well!

Anonymous said...

Seems like some think they can still charge Adelphia prices when virtually no employers are left in the area.
Maybe this place is worth it.

Anonymous said...

Boy, the gas boom sure has raised the rent in Coudy. INFLATED PRICES? I think so.

Anonymous said...

LOL Go to Williamsport. Dump heaps that we would tear down here are being rented for outrageous prices. And just in the past few months because of the gas drillers need housing.

Anonymous said...

750 a month for such a beautiful place is a great deal I think. If you have a nice place, you need to charge higher prices to keep the riff-raff out of your investment. If you want to rent a place for under 500 a month look for places that are HUD approved and they can probably work with you on the price. The mortgage on a house like this in your area is probably at least 500, probably more, then with taxes, upkeep, and everything else, the owner probably doesn't make much profit if any at all. A lease for a year is a great deal because if you don't like the place, you can leave in 12 months. If you own it, you are stuck for 30 yrs and after 6 months if you decide you don't want to live there anymore, you are out of luck.

I am sure some lovely family will rent this lovely place and the family and owner will be happy. Everyone else has no business passing judgment about the price.

Anonymous said...

you can save a lot of money in a month if you don't have pets and don't smoke....you would be suprised. You might be able to afford this rent if you got rid of the dogs/cats/iguanas, etc and quit smoking.

Anonymous said...

towanda,troy,etc..would rent for $5000 month,easily.Supply and demand,folks.

Anonymous said...

I'm in the wrong business!

Anonymous said...

I know someone living in Wellsboro, paying $675/month for a 2 bedroom apt. - nothing like what this house looks like! The days of $300/month are long gone!

Anonymous said...

Furnish it and do some extras and it's a slam dunk at 1,900.00 per month. I have a wait list.

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Anonymous said...

Are you kidding me? You're complaining about $500 a month for rent. I just looked around the classifieds in my area and the cheapest 3 bedroom house I found was $1745 per month.

Anonymous said...

I guess it all boils down to how long an owner/landlord can sit on a vacant rental with zero income...

I believe that most renters would love to be homeowners, if they had the income to do so. However, the offering prices are also tending to keep new homeowners out of the market since they cannot qualify.

It'll all settle out over time. Supply, demand, interest rates and loan covenants will move sellers and buyers, often whether they want to or not....

This hopeful demand created by the gas boom is just another gamble on investors part, just like the gamble they took when they made the original investment. Just remember that there are a lot of long time Potter County residents (our neighbors) that could use a break every now and then.

Anonymous said...

I know I could get more, much more than you are asking. You allow sub lease?

Anonymous said...

9:55, Can you contact me offline at

rentalhouse082@gmail.com ?

Anonymous said...

way to go 9:55! Took it right out of range of the Potter County families, that's for sure. There will be no place for the next generation soon and the exodus will continue.

That's OK - it'll be better to fill Coudersport with transients anyway, right? Big boost to the local economy and all...

Anonymous said...

Dont you know that ADELPHIA isnt here anymore,and the way things are coming down there will be more closings,then who in the Hell is going to pay this amount for rent?

Anonymous said...

I don't dictate the prices for rentals, the market does. Why rent for 700.00 when someone is paying me 3,100.00 to house 4 oilmen?

Furthermore, they have rented from me for over 2 years. Not transients.

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Solomon's words for the wise said...

Adelphia's not here anymore, but that is the past,gas drilling is about to transform this area from a town racked by the recession to a boom town. It's coming like a flood moving down the river. By this time next year, rentals will double. Better get a long term lease.

Anonymous said...

And where are those four oilmen paying taxes? Their home districts ought to be loving life...

As long as the landlords' assessments go up proportionally (maybe 300% of market value??), I guess we'll be OK.

Anonymous said...

I bought 2 houses for 50,000 each 3 years ago when Adelphia fell. Currently rent them as a pair for 4,500 a month.

There are lots of people out there that are a lot smarter than me. When I become friends with them, and listen to what they tell me, good things usually come my way.

There is a BUNCH of money coming to Northern Pa. Position yourself to take advantage.

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Anonymous said...

To 1:44 P.M. Right here!All workers in Pa. pay taxes here!I know just had tax return prepared and owe thousands here and never earned a dime in Potter County!!!More to support all these lazy B-------that will NOT work all the hours I work in all the weather elements.

FYI said...

1:44:00 PM
FYI, educate yourself before you spout off about something you obliviously know nothing about!!!

My son-in-law pays taxes in THREE states (NY,PA,VA)and has worked on the rigs for over 7 years!!!

Nacho Mama said...

To those that feel that this is too much to pay for what looks like a very nice place:
Don't like what he is charging or what the market rates are? Go buy a bunch of places and rent them for whatever you feel it should be. I am sure you will get far in life... Far in debt that is...

No Longer the Same said...

they come in ... earn big wages ... rape the land ... pay taxes to their own state ... leave ... leaving Pennsylvanians to pay the bill to rehab

Anonymous said...

Interesting thread--this an absolutely beautiful home. It's for sale as well from what I understand. If someone is considering buying it/moving permanently to Coudersport it's a great deal...like the one person said, try it out before buying or if you're not ready to make a big investment and want a nice comfortable place to live in Coudersport it's a very good choice.

I saw the house before and after the current owners acquired it and they really did a remarkable job.

Anonymous said...

actually the photos don't do justice to the interior of the house. It's really, really nice.

Duh said...

"pay taxes to their own state"...can not believe you are blogging when you have no idea what you are talking about! THEY ALL PAY PA TAX ON WAGES EARNED IN OUR STATE, got that?!

Anonymous said...

Come on people, this is Coudersport, not New York City !!!!

Anonymous said...

Lots of Dreamers on here

Anonymous said...

"Lots of Dreamers on here"

Lots of people on here have no idea how big the gas industry will be.

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