View Poll Results: How much do you pay for rent monthly?

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  • under $500

    30 21.74%
  • $501-700

    34 24.64%
  • $701-1,000

    35 25.36%
  • $1,001-1,300

    15 10.87%
  • $1,301-2,000

    10 7.25%
  • over $2,000

    5 3.62%
  • Nothing, I live with my parents

    9 6.52%
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  1. #61
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    Jul 2005
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    Knoxville, Tn.
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    We are in Knoxville, Tn. We have a 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1100 sq. ft. apartment. Our rent is 580 a month, water included. We live in the cheapest complex in an affluent part of town. Quite frankly, we live here because of the schools. If we ever moved I would think about home schooling.

    We got a great utilities plan. You pay an average of your monthly utilities, so it's the same year round.

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  3. #62
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    Jul 2004
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    denver, colorado
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    wow, that sounds like one of those almost too good to be true scenarios, karla! awesome.

  4. #63
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    Sep 2004
    Location
    London
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    Rent

    1.00 GBP United Kingdom Pounds = 1.78257 USD United States Dollars

    Between two of us 580 pounds for a 1 bedroom flat in zone 3 London which really isn't that bad. But prices to buy are insane!

  5. #64
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    Jun 2004
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    We rent a small 1 bedroom house and pay $650 in St. Louis. It's four + rooms (meaning we have a sunporch that is livable in the spring and fall and part of the summer/winter. but the cost of utlities suck bcause of the poor windows in the house so we average at lease another 150$ a month for either gas or electric depending on the time of the year.

  6. #65
    Junior Member
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    Aug 2005
    Location
    Seattle
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    I rent a room in a two-bedroom house in Seattle, WA.
    It's actually a two-bedroom that we've converted into a three-bedroom by our roomie who lives in the unfinished basement room; eww! My portion of rent is $425 a month, our monthly rent is $1175.
    This house was built in 1914, so it does have it's charms, OLD gas stove, sunporch, clawfoot tub.
    However, we also have the lovely freeway, I-5, about two houses away from us. I try to tell myself that the traffic sounds like the waves at the beach. HA! I am a student, so the rent is better than most, and no kitty rent, what's up with that? However, it's a tough one to have roommates again in my late thirties, I can't believe I ever lived like this before!
    But I pity the fool who tries to buy an actual house in this city!
    Out of all my friends, I only know one couple who were able to pull it off, and that was only because they got to see the place before it was put on the market.
    -K


 
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