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grousehunter

Moving to Brookings

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Does anyone know of a good place to look for rental homes in Brookings? I have a dog and I am not finding very many options. Are there any local papers that normally have listings or an online resource? I am transfering out there to go to SDSU. Thanks,

Blake

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When are you moving? I have a brother in law that just transferred out of Brookings/SDSU, but has to pay rent on a now empty apartment till June/July.

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Grousehunter...I'm a sophomore at SDSU and love to hunt and fish, we found this renter with a good number of houses to rent and he doesn't mind dogs. I was actually just looking for his number for some questions of my own, but his name is Chris Baumann

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prov1900..I am moving out there the end of may this year. Would be looking for more of a permanent place though. I have to much stuff to move somewhere for just a couple months.

Hockeypro.. thanks..I will try and find his number. can you email me at blakeb@bartz-partners.com with the number if you figure it out. What program are you in at SDSU?

Blake

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You will love it at Brookings. Great area, lots of outdoor opportunities. Don't forget your fishing/hunting equipment in Ely. Holler if you need any direction on Lake Thompson when you get into town.

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The brookings register is the local newspaper. There's also a weekly classifieds in the Town & Country Shopper. Maybe if you contacted them they could send you some info or email you the "for rent" information. If you need their numbers or info let me know.

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