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Your Questions About Studio Apt

August 23, 2012

Richard asks…

furnished studio apartment in North Hollywood?

Can anyone recommend a good furnished studio apt in the 700-900 dollar price range?

Administrator answers:

Hey,

I haven’t lived in Hollywood, but I can give you a good recommendation on where to start. I would use the website forrent.com. It will save you alot of time, hassle, and its free. I’ll attach the link to the source. It will already have north hollywood pulled up, and you can select from various different options to narrow your search down and find exactly what your looking for. All of the listing have photos, ammenities included, layout options for furnished places, and points of contact ( names, email addresses, phone numbers ). Just make sure you negotiate the price, sometimes the listing prices included bogus extra charges and ammenities that you dont need/use/apply to you. Hope this helps you Rob!

Nancy asks…

Anyone know where they are renting any studios apt in the los Angeles area for no more thenn 600 a month ?

Administrator answers:

You might get a room for that, but in the very heart of the ghetto. They will not advertise, you need to just drive around and look.

You get what you pay for in LA. If you are not willing to pay normal rent for a studio you simply will not get one.

Thomas asks…

Looking for a one bedroom or studio apartment near Hartford, CT?

Hello. I’m looking for a one bedroom or studio apt. in the Hartford/New Britain area of Connecticut. Feel free to email me if you know of something. Thank You much!!!

Administrator answers:

Y there

Sharon asks…

No one answered me…. please help: Studio or 1 bedroom apt. EASY 10pts!?

Studio costs = $620
1 bed room costs = $720
included water, gas, and trash.

P.S. I cook alot.
This is a room plan for studio

http://www.accathens.com/accathens/floorplans/RE1.jpg

This is a room plan for 1 bedroom

http://www.accathens.com/accathens/floorplans/RE2.jpg

PLEASE HELP ME

P.S. I live alone.
I don’t have guesses
I cook alot
I get loans from FAFSA and bank

Administrator answers:

One bedroom. No way would I ever live in an efficiency. In this situation, you’ll either be sleeping on the couch or a pull out sofa because you can’t get a bed and sofa in this room. So, depends on whether you want to sleep on a real bed or a make-shift bed or have your guests sit on your bed when they visit. You can’t really do both in a room that small. If you use the living room as a bedroom, you may as well just stay at an extended stay and have your utilities paid for and have maid service to boot. An efficiency is really nothing more than an extended stay where you pay utilities and have to supply the furniture.

Maria asks…

Don’t get enough cmmts! Please answers me EASY! Studio or 1 bedroom Apt. 10pts?

Studio costs = $620
1 bed room costs = $720
included water, gas, and trash.

P.S. I cook alot.
This is a room plan for studio

http://www.accathens.com/accathens/floorplans/RE1.jpg

This is a room plan for 1 bedroom

http://www.accathens.com/accathens/floorplans/RE2.jpg

PLEASE HELP ME

Administrator answers:

Obviously, it’s your choice and only you know your budget, but if you can afford it, then the one bedroom is far superior to a studio. There’s probably a lot more light due to more windows, certainly a lot more room, and an increased sense of home. Even a big studio apartment feels like you’re living in someone else’s house because everything is in one room. It’s okay if you’re just starting out and money is tight, but for anyone but a student or someone on a fixed income, a place with a separate bedroom is preferable.

With a one bedroom you’ll have at least one big closet for your clothes so the place you watch TV and have friends over won’t look like a dorm room. You can also get a couch for friends or relatives to crash on, though that might be a drawback, depending on your family. It’s nice to have a living room that doesn’t function as a permanent bedroom and is a place where you don’t have to sit on a bed or sleeper sofa. You can make it your own and put on a semi public face that doesn’t involve decorating a bedroom or making a bed every day. It’s nice to have place to eat, watch TV, or have friends over that doesn’t involve crumbs in your bed or having people see where you sleep.

Do you have pets? A lot of friends? Bad habits like excess partying? If you’re quiet and shy, without a lot of stuff, then a studio might be okay for a while, but you may find you quickly outgrow it and wish you had taken the one bedroom, though you should be able to switch if there’s one available within the same apartment complex or building without breaking your lease.

Hope that helps, but again, its your choice not ours, and we don’t know your financial situation. If you can afford it, the one bedroom offers a lot more options and versatility than a studio does.

William asks…

what sites are good for finding an Apt in Los Angeles?

im looking mainly for a 2 bedroom apt in north hollywood, sherman oaks, van nuys, or studio city. ive got about $1200 to spend. i have a small dog and cat.

Administrator answers:

You are likely not going to get a two bedroom in the best areas of Sherman Oaks or Studio City for only $1200. Try Craigslist or drive around and look for “For Rent” signs. Vacancy rates are up, so you should be able to find something, even with your tight budget.

Lizzie asks…

I am looking for a flexible lease studio or 1 BR apt in San Diego (2 months. Preferably in Hillcrest area)?

Administrator answers:

Try craig’s list!!! That’s where i found my new place! :)

good luck :)

Ruth asks…

need a studio or one room apt in islandia/roncocoma?

utilities , partl furnished , near a train station

Administrator answers:

Try yahoo local

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