Which of these is the best lease deal in town?


— It’s hard to say, since there’s no single best lease for the Tacoma rental market, but this is a question that seems to have the attention of several different leasing firms in town.

So let’s take a look at what each one says.

–Renters seeking a “fair” price: If you’re looking for a rental in Tacoma that’s as affordable as possible, you should look to one of these firms.

For the best deals, you’ll need to pay a little more than what the average rent in the city is.

–Sleeper deals: While the Tacoma rent market is not a great deal compared to other major cities, there are plenty of deals out there for the occasional rental.

For instance, the one you see above is a two-bedroom house that will rent for about $1,600 a month.

–A good deal, but not a guaranteed deal: There’s a huge amount of risk involved in renting a house in Tacoma.

You might find yourself in a contract dispute with the seller, which could lead to an eviction.

That said, you can always get a better deal if you do your homework and find a good deal that’s fair.

–Loan-only: If the rental you’re considering has a guaranteed price and you’re not sure which one is right for you, look for a lease-only agreement, which is what these firms are selling.

They will typically give you the option to pay more or less for the property.

–Not as good as it used to be: This lease is typically a two year lease, but there are some options available for a two to three year deal.

–More of a “rent-a-car” option: While it’s certainly cheaper than owning a car, you may not be able to afford a new vehicle as the price of a car can go up.

That’s where a lease with a monthly payment option comes in handy.

–Other deals that are worth considering: If your lease doesn’t have a guaranteed rental price, these companies will likely offer you the opportunity to rent a car from them.

And if you’re interested in leasing out a home, these firms may have a rental deal available to you.

–Stay tuned: You can sign up for a new lease for free if you want, but you should do your due diligence before doing so.