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A great place I stumbled upon while searching for my last apartment is DoNotRent.com
we're losing our home to foreclosure despite every possible
avenue to prevent this situation. My husband lost $85K from
his income due to a greedy monster who overtook his mother's
once owned franchise. She canceled his life ins and health insurance
and here we are struggling. We have to find a place to rent. We
have been in our home 5 years and now because of the financial
devastation of what this person did to his income/job of 13 years,
we are now having to find a 3 bedroom place to live. He wanted
me to find something that was around $800 a month. well, if
I want a 2 bedroom in a crime infested area that will be no
I'm devastated. The rental prices are frickin horrible
and I just pray that my life is over soon... it's a complete
nightmare and I am passed stressed out.
Yes, the winters are long but the people and outdoor activities make it worth it. Personally I lived in a 3,200/sf Townhouse overlooking Lake Champlain ($1,500). Three years ago I moved to a small townhouse 1,300/sf, three tight bedrooms, 1.5 bath, carport (very vanilla) for $1,100. The rent should be $1,300-$1,500/mo. but the homeowner is a friend. BTW, after I moved out of my lake front place, the next month it was $3,000. Your income to debt- doesn't seem to work out for most in Vermont
The Atlanta rental is in a nice area, but "minutes northwest of downtown" applies only if there are no other cars on the road--which is never the case in that area! You're better off renting a place closer to the city if you work/play there.
I live in ATL now and am looking for a new tenant for my townhouse in Ft. Lauderdale FL: 2 BR/1.5 BA, 2 stories, gated community, centrally located, close to I-95/other major roads/downtown, swimming pool and tennis/b-ball courts, beautiful landscaping, pedestrian and pet friendly. Large, brick paved back patio w/ storage is great for entertaining, new accordion hurricane shutters on all windows. $1,050/month includes cable, high speed Internet, trash. Wood laminate and tile flooring, stainless steel appliances, new A/C, washer/dryer included. Now THAT'S a deal!
In Denver (Actually Centennial) 4 miles out, we are moving into a 3/2, 1200 feet for $1045/mo. Do to the low demand high supply I negotiated $100 off for a 9 month lease.
So...Denver is more affordable then the show presents.