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best website to look for apartments in queens NY?
looking for affordable apartments in queens
around the prices of 900-1400 a month
Try these local newspaper sites:
what are good places to find apartments in NY?
To be more specific I’m looking for an apartment in Queens NY, I have tried craigslist but I know there must be other ways and places where I can search. Can someone help out with this please???
Here is a few places you maybe like to look at
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Websites (besides craigslist) to find no-fee apartments in Queens, NY?
I really like Rent.com. That would be my #1 choice. We found our 1st apartment on Rent.com, and you get $100 if you rent one of the apartments listed. They have great searchable amenities, I love it. Hope this helps and Good Luck!
What’s a good website to look at cheap 1 bedroom apartments in queens NY?
Thanks in advance
There are NONE You need to use a realtor or check the classified ads in the NY Post or Times.
Cheap is 1000 a month plus utilities.
Apartments Search Queens NY?
I am looking to move to Queens I like Flushing zip code 11355 how much would a 1bedroom apt or studio cost to rent. I would need a parking space too because i have a car. ( I like to be close walking distance to the LIRR and or subway)
What are your thoughts on Briarwood, just in case Flushing does not workout out.
Try Craigslist.org. They have tons of postings daily. I doubt the rent would be too much in that area.
How much money should I save in order to live in a studio apartment in Queens, NY paying $800-$850 an month?
Well you want to make sure that if something should happen you would have at least 6 months of back up… If rent and utilities and food and gas and insurance and such cost say 3000 a month you need to have 18000 saved to make sure you can get a job. That’s a high estimate. But you need to make sure that you have enough in case something goes wrong. You also need an emergency fund.
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