I have a tiny 1 bed apartment with kitchen and bathroom. I'm paying $650 for it, that doesnt include water/heating bills or internet.
This seems like a lot to me but its the cheapest I can find that isn't shared with someone else.
The location is the middle of a small town.
How much are you paying?
> 4 br 2.5 bath 2 car garage
> 2,350sq ft.
> .6 acres of land, back yard fenced
> on a cul de sac in a quiet neighborhood with woods behind the house
> Low crime, low taxes
> kind of far away from the city, 1hr commute
WHAT ARE THE AVERAGE PRICES FOR RENTING OUT FLAT IN TOKYO?
Oklahoma's a great place for rent. My boyfriend and I are in a 2 bedroom, 900 sqft apartment with all bills included except for electric and internet. Too bad Oklahoma is shit in almost every other aspect.
400 everything included except 18 for Internet.
3 other room mates
Own bedroom , bathroom and computer room.
Ottawa (go to Carleton)
renting doesnt make sense to me. i own my house, and my bills come out to right around 500 a month (not including food, mobility expenses, or other shit like that). i bought it pretty cheap and moderately beat up, but after around 5k worth of work and materials, its in good enough shape for me to be comfy. im not in the ghetto, and my neighborhood is mostly middle age people with kids. i could not even imagine living with other people ever again.
shit yeah they are. thats a pretty shitty thing to do to their own family. you should scrub your butthole with their toothbrushes once a week or something.
>renting doesnt make sense to me
It's not always a matter of money. Many people are in a transit point in their life to where they will not remain in the same place for more than a couple of years. Especially people in their 20s and early 30s who have not committed to one career. Renting is the only feasible option.
>you can resell the house
Not something most people want to deal with. Paying down a house is one thing. Paying it down for a few years then relocating because you're still in your transient phase in life, and having to try ad recoup your money by reselling it, all while orchestrating that from far away is a pain in the ass no one wants to deal with.
$780 a month for a 2 bedroom. Very nice apartment. I live alone. I keep the spare bedroom for visitors. I live in a small city, 210k people. My rent will jump to $1500 pretty soon when I move to Seattle for work.
I paid $134,000 for a 1 bedroom 750 sq ft. condo in SPI, Texas. It was recently renovated and came with furniture in good condition. It's $600 a month for the HOA but it includes cable,internet,electricity. Plus I got access to a boat ramp on the bay. Not to shabby, plus a bar is walking distance down the street and a great view of the fireworks from the docks. Only downside is that the balcony is rather small, but its enough room to hold a freezer and a small grill for steaks, fish, and burgers.
you really need to look up rent prices and dquare footage in your area anon.
Shit varies too WILDLY depending on where you live & the standard of living there for you to get a pulse check on /adv/