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November 9, 2012

Chris asks…

I want to move to denver when i grow up?

i want to move to denver when get my diploma and Graduate high school because and go to college there right now im in 10th grade….. is there anywher i could find an apartment for cheap…. right now im plannnig ahead looking for all the cheap apartments but i cant find any….. im lookin for a 3 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment for rent atleast 500 dollars or less i dont care if its in a ghetto nighborhood ….. im from buffalo from the eastside im deep in the hood also there is no way i could find a job in buffalo its economically depressed

Administrator answers:

You’re not going to be able to find a 3 bedroom in Colorado for $500 or less… You might be able to find a 1 bedroom for $500, but expect to pay closer to $1000 for a 3 bedroom.

Also, just so you know… Apartments expect you to make 3 to 4 times the amount of the rent to sign their lease… So you’ll need a steady job before you sign the lease.

David asks…

What is the cheapest way to move from one city to another?

My boyfriend and I are moving from Wichita to Denver. We want to find the most economical way to move. These are our options:
1) Rent a Uhaul in Wichita and drop it off in Denver. (I think like $600 to do this. Please correct me if I’m wrong.)
2) Rent a Uhaul in Wichita, drive it to Denver, and have a family member drive it back. (I believe they charge like $0.14 or $0.40 per mile…so still not cheap.)
3) Rent a trailer to hook on the back of our truck and bring that. (We have a 1 bdrm apartment. I don’t know if the pull trailers are big enough…We don’t have a huge amount of stuff. Just the usual.)

Does anyone know which moving truck company is the cheapest? We don’t want to hire movers. We can do that ourselves. We just want to conserve the limited resources we have. Thanks for your help!

Administrator answers:

For my one-way pickup date I used 9-7-10. All prices DON’T include tax, fees, insurance, or fuel. Check with your insurance company and see if they cover moving trucks.

Uhaul [one-way]
All rates include up to 4 days of use and 615 miles.
10′ = 542 14′ =566 17′ = 590

All rates include up to 4 days of use and unlimited miles.
10′ = 601.20 16′= 653.40

All rates include up to 4 days of use and unlimited miles.
12 and 16′ 656.00

U-haul would be 19.95 or 29.95 plus .89- 1.09 per mile. Penske and Budget would be about the same, the one-way rental would be a much better choice.

Would depend on what kind of tuck you have to tow with and what your hitch is rated for. U-Haul’s biggest trailer is 6′ x 12′ Cargo Trailer and costs 226.00 for the one-way. But, with that factor in wear and tear on your vehicle if its not meant to tow.

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