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Where is the cheapest, closest, safe apartment complex near the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command?
I start at power school in a few months, and I’m looking for an apartment very close to base. It doesn’t have to be big, it doesn’t have to be fancy; it just needs to be safe and relatively cheap. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom — any ideas/suggestions?
If I remember correctly, the training center is actually in Goose Creek. I looked that up on craigslist, and lo…
and double lo:
(you’ll need to zoom out a lil to see the base)
Find a roomate, or two (likely as not there will be someone wanting to live off base) and you’re set.
How much USD would I need to live a good life in Brazil per month?
Preferably the country side of Brazil because I heard its the cheapest. How much is a nice 1 bedroom apartment for rent? food? going out? also what kind of job would an american get if he’s going to school at the same time? Thank you!
the cost of living in Brazil is very similar to the U.S. At a comparable living standard. Brazil is along with Chile the most expensive country in South America.
In order to get a job in Brazil you need to speak Portuguese more or less fluently. However, the biggest challenge is to get a residence visa which also allows you to work. Unless you are a highly qualified and experienced professional in a field where there are shortages in Brazil, your chances to get a rsidence permit are very slim.
Anyway, good luck.
What are the average Utility Bills for a 2 bedroom Upstairs apartment in Albuqurque, NM?
I currently reside in Las Vegas, Nevada and am looking to move to Albuqurque, New Mexico and want to know what the average utility bills are for a 2 bedroom Upstairs apartment approximately 1100 square feet of living space. For electricity in the Summer I pay 160 for a 1 bedroom apartment, For Gas, I pay about 25, and in the winter Gas is more and electricity is less. I appreciate any answers and Ball Park figures you might have. Thank you so much!
I think you are pretty close with the figures you used. Year round $90 for electric. Many apartments include water. If not, $30 includes sewer and trash. Gas is cheap. Much of NM is all-electric. Cable tv is $30. Telephone company ads say $19.99 but it’s always $35.
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