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post #11 of 33 Old 08-27-2009, 08:33 PM
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^^^^ Whoa o_0 here that would rent for at least $1300+ Ohio sounds like super cheap to me, but NJ sounds WAYY expensive!!!
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post #12 of 33 Old 08-27-2009, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
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yeah NJ is quite expensive, and believe it or not, its cheaper than the previous county Tom and I were living in. I saw an ad for a 1 bedroom for $1300 plus utilities. *faints onto the floor*

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Your offer is very tempting Regal.
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post #13 of 33 Old 08-27-2009, 09:35 PM
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ok so the avatar is not Chief. LOL I assumed it was.

Well pittsburgh is 70 miles away and columbus oh is 120 miles
Alot of people like live in ohio , Wva. And work in Pittsburgh.

The only bad part is getting through the tunnels to get into Pittsburgh
Like 5 lanes of traffic merge into 2. Took me about 45min. To go a couple
Of miles tuesday morning to get to the tunnels. Bumper to bumper.

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post #14 of 33 Old 08-27-2009, 09:43 PM
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There is a two bedroom across the gravel road from me on 7 acres for $600.... wanna be my neighbor?????

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I have no idea if it's a one bedroom or two, but my brother just moved to San Francisco (or very near it? Not sure) for work, and for six months while his house is being built, he's renting an apartment and it's $2500 a month! YIKES! Your prices are about what they are here, except you can find older ones in not so nice areas cheaper.

Sounds like it's a better situation than you're in, although not ideal. But if it's the best you can find, go for it! :)
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post #16 of 33 Old 08-31-2009, 02:25 AM
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It could work. Depending on your life style.

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post #17 of 33 Old 08-31-2009, 03:11 AM
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I don't remember it but me, my mum and my dad lived in a one bedroom unit until I was three. They were both at university and couldn't afford somewhere else. In that same unit, in the 70s, my mum, her two parents and her brother lived there, and it wasn't a big unit. It had a balcony though.

Its doable, but it probably wouldn't be very comfortable. Are you sure you don't want to consider moving a little but further out and having a place that you would be more happy in?
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well there are less expensive apartments/housing further north of where the office is, but then its an hour drive to the hospital. That is really too far for us to want to drive while I'm in labor.

I know it's not ideal to have 2 adults a newborn in a 1 bedroom, but if that's all we can get, than we'll be extremely happy with that!
Though as of right now to have a bedroom, kitchen, living room and our own bathroom would be a million times better. And if we have survived this long living in 2 small rooms, I would think a larger area, that's still a bit small would be doable.
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You can do anything you need to do... ya know? Is that all you've been able to find to date?

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oh no. I have a list of about 20 apartments/houses/condos that range from a 1 bedroom to a possible 3 bedroom.
What I liked about that one large bedroom apartment is that all the utilities were included, where as everything else I've found either nothing is included or a few things are. I'm looking at it from a cost point of view and if we know every month rent is going to be x dollars, than it makes it a bit easier, rather than to open up a bill and be like "holy moly! Electric is crazy this month!"
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