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  • Kansas city Missouri and 675.00
  • Orange County, CA -- about $1300+
  • Yuba City CA $800.00 - $1000.00
  • Boise Idaho -- a killer $600 dollars give or take 50 bucks.
  • Houston, TX- depends on the area of town, it could go from $700 - $1500
  • Cambridge England Possibly between £800-£1000 per month that is English pounds double that in dollars and some places would be much more expensive
  • I live in Hoboken NJ and for a 2 bedroom lowest is 1500(and that is a miracle) and it can go up to 3000. Hoboken is less than 15 minutes from NYC. http://newjersey.craigslist.org/search/apa?query=hoboken&minAsk=min&maxAsk=max&bedrooms=2
  • The Boston area, you will pay 1500 for a decent small apt., it can go up to 4500 for a nice reasonable size apt.
  • Santa Barbara, CA $1500 - $2000
  • United States and here in Annapolis you can rent one for $1,100.00...pretty obscene huh? And their not much to look at. Not even a washer/dryer in your apt.
  • I pay $950 for a studio in New York City.
  • Boulder, CO = 2-bedroom apt: $1,400+... Flat: $1 million+ (they're all in "prime real estate" locations)
  • Morgantown,WV 2bed townhouse all stainless appliances, garage, NEW $1,000. plus utilities
  • I am in a suburb west of Chiacgo and a two bedroom will run about 925-1,200 depending on how "dedcent" you mean.
  • northern suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia $800 - 1400 for a decent place
  • Edinburgh UK, about GBP600 or US$1200 Brisbane Australia, about AUD$1200 or US$1100
  • Northern AZ, starting at $1500.
  • Here in Sydney an apartment with 2 rooms and 1 bathroom cost $560 per week.. check the link below for further details: http://realestate.ozfreeonline.com/20138/For-Rent/Apartments-Units-Flats/-2426-2-bedroom-house-in-Sydney.html
  • I am in the Bronx, NYC and I have a condo, my boyfriend and I put 20,000 and our mortage is 700 a month
  • Northeastern ohio- 2 bedroom duplex $525
  • Philadelpha, PA metrpolitan area: About $900/month PLUS the applicable utilities and services: Electric, heat, hot water natural gas. Due to the fact each apartmemt building is properly insulated or not properly insulated, these costs greatly vary. No matter where you decide to live or what the rent may be, you should do your absolute best to protect your deposits: To start the search for your new/next residence http://craigslist.org http://realtor.com If you're looking for a rating for a particular apartment complex, maybe this site will help: http://apartmentratings.com/ Once you find that property and are approved, to protect your deposits: As soon as you get those keys, don't move anything into the property until you prepare a list of everything wrong with the property. Make it perfectly clear you will not be responsible for any pre-existing conditions or needed repairs. Here's what I suggest: Go in defensively! Protect yourself and your deposits! Whatever is told to you, which is not in the lease, send the landlord or agent a letter explaining those things as you see and understand them - from your perspective! This includes repairs, paint, painting, pets, etc. Sign and date the list. Bring or mail it to the landlord or agent. You should do this within 5 calendar days (days in a row). To increase the likelihood of having as much of your deposits as possible returned to you, you should make a list of everything wrong with the property. No matter how minor or unimportant the repair, situation or problem may seem to be, put it on the list! When its not on the list, its your responsibility. In other words, when you move from the property, it will be deducted from your deposits. When damages are more than the deposits, you will be responsible for any and all additional money. B] For the list to be easily read and understood, please clearly print or type the list. Each room or area should have its own heading or title. List all problems in that room or area. Do the same for the next room or area and the next. Do not forget ceilings, walls, floors, closets, doors [front and back], windows, stairways, halls, attic, basement, garage storage shed and, when applicable, any outbuildings; the outside of the house, condominium or apartment. C] List appliances not properly working, leaking faucets, "running" toilets; spots, burns, stains and tears on rugs; cracks on ceilings, walls and floors; chipped, missing and broken tile; cracked, stuck, broken or missing windows and screens; and all other problems as they appear in that room or area. Nails, nail holes and stuck, missing, cracked or broken windows may be in each room or area. DO NOT leave them out or forget them. Put them on the list. Be as specific and clear as possible. You may also wish to take pictures, too. Get duplicates. sign and date originals & duplicates. Send the originals to the owner or agent. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: My wonderful family! In the real estate business over 34 years in PA My wonderful mentors and coaches. Yes, after all these years, I continue having them in my corner "THE University of Hard Knocks"
  • Groningen, Holland about 700 euro. :P guess you're not interested in this country, but i love it here.
  • NYC - $3-4500 per month, plus monthly maintenance fees ($100+); decent post war unit. Pre-war about $2-3500 same maint. fees.
  • around 700$ for a house... 550$ for a apt.
  • San Diego 1500-2500
  • Washington DC. About $ 2200 - 2400/month USD
  • San Francisco $2000-2500 /month
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada..about $900.00
  • Grayson, Louisiana. You can't rent anything decent for less than $400.00/month here. This is a small, rural area.
  • union county, nj decent one about $1300 Rockland county,ny about $1200 essex county,nj about $1000
  • Lansing michigan 600-1000
  • Lubbock, Tx- anywhere from 475.00-800.00!

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