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February 18, 2013

Jenny asks…

Cheap all bills paid apartments?

Im looking for a 1 bedroom 1 bath apartment with all bills paid in pleaset grove real cheap or even a enfficey please if u now a place tell me please

Administrator answers:

Any apartment that includes all bills will be more expensive than one that doesn’t, for obvious reasons.

As you haven’t given a location (or at least, not one that’s identifiable), we can’t help.

Thomas asks…

I want to move to dublin, ireland. I wanted to know whats the cheapest apartments i can get out there.?

I want a nice, clean, decent 1 bedroom apartment. so i wanted to know which neighborhood would be decent for about 1,000-1500 USD a month. I would also like a job out there so hows the whole job force thing there. How is it living for minorities over there

Administrator answers:

Try out domain newspaper, or if you speak celtic Ha?rge?

Laura asks…

How hard will it be to get an apartment by myself? Details inside!?

I am about to venture out on my own for the first time and I am looking for a fairly cheap 1 bedroom apartment. I am 27 years old and I have lived in other apartments before but never anything in my name so I have no rental history. My credit history is pretty good though however. I don’t make a lot of money but when I budget it out I will make basically just enough to cover all the bills including my car payment, insurance, cell phone, food, gas, etc. I also have a couple grand saved up for moving/emergency money so I should be ok. Soo based on that info how hard of a time will I have finding a place that will rent to me? Is it really hard or will most places be ok as long as I can make the rent? Are there any things I can do to ensure my success? I don’t want to live in the ghetto! lol Thanks!

Administrator answers:

I have had similar where the landlord needed my parents signature. I assume it was because I was 19. If the landlord asks for a cosigner, just explain your situation. You might need to get the lease notarized which will show the landlord you understand that you are being held to the terms of the lease and you HAVE to pay the rent. I also suggest paying your first and last months rent… Or paying a decent deposit to ensure you plan on spending a lot of money with them. Landlords love money. :-) Good luck!

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