When looking for a rental, should I hire a REALTOR or an Apartment Locator?

Published on Mar 31, 2016

Frequently Asked Question:


“When looking for a rental, should I use a REALTOR® or an Apartment Locator? What’s the difference?”

I’ve been receiving a lot of rental referrals lately. One of the first questions I’m asked from renters is, “how does this work?” in regard to my service. The other question that most people ask (or hesitate to ask) is, “what do you charge? Do I pay you?”

My name is Val Aranda and I’m a Texas REALTOR® in San Antonio. This short video will explain what my FREE RENTAL SERVICES include. I will also briefly explain what an Apartment Locator does.

Are you new to San Antonio or are you just looking for a new place to hang your hat?

Whether you’re looking to buy, build, sell, or rent, I’m at your service. Let me know how I can help you!

~Agent Val



Val J Aranda, REALTOR® & Certified Home Marketing Specialist

“Coaching Texas Home Buyers and Sellers”

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4007 McCullough Ave, Suite #477
San Antonio, TX 78212 | Call/Text Val: 210-378-5987


About AgentVal

I'm not your typical "Sales Person." I consider myself a teacher of Real Estate. I don't just close deals and move onto the next one. I take my time educating buyers and sellers before, during and after each transaction. My job description is more of a community service. I coach home buyers and sellers so they can make confident real estate decisions. I also assist new property investors. Whether or not you've bought a home before, real estate is constantly changing. Don't stress about what you don't know - let me bring my 18 years of experience to the table. I'll provide you with all of the resources you'll need to have a successful closing. I'm a Texas REALTOR® offering around-the-clock service. I want to be your personal resource for Texas Real Estate. If you have general real estate questions or concerns keeping you up at night, ask me! I understand you need your beauty sleep! :-)

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