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Old 12-14-2007, 03:30 PM   #11
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When I was in the apartment we had 2 bdrms, 2 bathrooms, our own laundry facility in one of the bathrooms, it was about 950 sq ft. and we paid $686.00 per month. That included water.

My house we pay $830.00 per month for the mortgage.
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$335 a month for a 1 bed apartment. You can find them fancy one bedrooms for almost $600 though. depends on what you are willing to pay.
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Originally Posted by Maymybonnieliveforevr
Average rent for a 2 Bedroom in Toronto is $1061.00/ month. Not much difference in pricing though.

"After Calgary and Vancouver, Toronto registered the third-highest average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Canada, at $1,061. That'* up modestly by 1.2 per cent from a year earlier, or below the rate of inflation."
The numbers they just showed on the news here were:

Calgary - $1089 / month
Vancouver - $1084 / month
Toronto - $1061 / month

Toronto and Vancouver have been so high for so very long, I just never thought we would see this here in Calgary.
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It would be nice to see high rent prices in Michigan.
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$730/month 2 bedroom all inclusive.
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In Fort McMurray I have seen places, two bedroom two bathroom no garage rent for as high as 2800/month.
In Red Deer average is pushing 900/month
The house I live in now could be rented for aroudn 1500-1750/month, no doubts in my mind.
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Wholy cow you are gettin by cheap. I am paying $810 for a 2 bdrm, 2 bth, with one spot underground and one outside. I have to store my tools and Ranchero at my parents. Although I am on a small mam made lake and have access to an indoor and outdoor pool, hot tub and sauna. We want a home but I don't see that in the future until im about 80 and in a old age HOME. Lol!. :(
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It would be nice to see high rent prices in Michigan.



1 bedrooom in downtown rochester
I pay $499 and i'm poor now
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$650 -$800 easy here for a basic 2 bedroom 1 bath... Its cheaper to buy a hose here then it is to rent

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Its cheaper to buy a hose here then it is to rent
Where do you rent hoses Don?

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