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Old 12-15-2007, 08:54 AM   #31
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$780
water and heat incl. with 1 parking space

small 2 bedroom in 3 story walk up


had to look hard for this.... most similar ones were $875 plus plus plus
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It would be nice to see high rent prices in Michigan.




I pay $499 and i'm poor now
Higher rent prices means better economy. When the economy is good the unemployment rate is low. When the unemployment rate is low that means housing is in demand near the jobs.

When housing is in demand, rents go up. That equals happier landlords!

guess who'* a landlord



and Wow you guys should try to live in the Bostom area.
you'd ***^ your pants at what the rent is around here.

I'm sure you NY guys know what I mean.


Yep. I was paying 850 a month for a 1 bedroom ILLEGAL apartment on Long Island (and it was only that cheap because I knew the person).


Now, I pay 600 Dollars in Kansas City for a HOUSE with a garage.
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Old 12-15-2007, 02:28 PM   #33
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It would be nice to see high rent prices in Michigan.




I pay $499 and i'm poor now
Higher rent prices means better economy. When the economy is good the unemployment rate is low. When the unemployment rate is low that means housing is in demand near the jobs.

When housing is in demand, rents go up. That equals happier landlords!

guess who'* a landlord



and Wow you guys should try to live in the Bostom area.
you'd ***^ your pants at what the rent is around here.

I'm sure you NY guys know what I mean.


Yep. I was paying 850 a month for a 1 bedroom ILLEGAL apartment on Long Island (and it was only that cheap because I knew the person).


Now, I pay 600 Dollars in Kansas City for a HOUSE with a garage.



where abouts on the island?
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Old 12-15-2007, 02:32 PM   #34
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Rent on LI = Wallet Rape
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Old 12-15-2007, 02:34 PM   #35
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$815 / mo includes heat, elec, water, trash, ext...only thing we pay for is internet, cell and land line and cable tv

Roomies kick a$$
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$525 for three bedroom two bathroom privacy fence and a shed.
It looks like crap though. Hey but it'* somewhere to live.
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3 bed, 2 bath, 1352 SQ FT house, I pay $1200 a month for a mortgage, real estate taxes, and insurance, about $150 month in electric/gas, another $35 for water, sewer, trash, about about $30 for Homeowners Association..

And there may be more but I am going to stop before I get depressed.

And of course if something breaks I pay for it.

So.. why do I own a home again
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Old 12-15-2007, 10:16 PM   #38
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I no longer rent but my mortgage is 554.00 a month
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Not rent but, In my neighborhood if you put 20% down and finance 80%, the monthly payment for the smallest home would be about $9,000 a month and $21,000 a month for the big ones. Thats on a 30 year loan !

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I have a two bedroom, two bathroom, two story loft apartment with water, sewer, trash and basic cable included for $730.00/month. We are in the middle of 2,000 acres of state game land so it is very private and wooded. Lots of wildlife and we hear gunshots in the distance during any hunting season. All that and we are 5 minutes from the mall and 1 mile from the highway. I know I should buy a house but I love where I live and for what we pay it is a hard choice.
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