I am willing to pay 2000$ monthly. Will that get me a good apartment?

In your country , where would that put me? In a 100 meters square apartment? A 150 meters square apartment? something else?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • Los Angeles, CA can be pretty expensive in most areas. There are some affordable places, but the area might not be the greatest.

    For a 1 bedroom/1 bath 750 sq. ft can be $1900-2000+. $1,974-$2,866 is the exact list price at this one place in Sherman Oaks. Here are some more examples:

    Studio:

    Silver Lake: 1 bath, 700 square feet, $1,775
    Studio City: 1 bath, 482 square feet, $1,495
    Santa Monica: 1 bath, 435 square feet, $2,100

    One Bedroom:

    Silver Lake: 1 bath, 589 square feet, $1,465
    Studio City: 1 bath, 651 square feet, $1,765
    Santa Monica: 1 bath, 482 square feet, $2,270

    Two bedroom:

    Silver Lake: 1 bath, 1,000 square feet, $2,295
    Studio City: 1 bath, 651 square feet, $1,765
    Santa Monica: 1.5 bath, 837 square feet, $2,850

    There are places around the US that have great affordability, but in smaller cities. So you'll have more space and more room for your money.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • that will get you a decent 2 bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms 1 bath kitchen fully loaded and utilities included around here, SoCal.

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    • @Asker I can totally second this motion! AND in a nice area as well... not that OC is basically nice in general!

What Girls Said 11

  • The first problem you'd have here is actually finding a place. If you do find something, it will either be smaller than 100m^2 or above that amount of money. Or at least when talking about in town here.

    With 2000 USD, or 1200 pounds, you'd get this at best right now: media.rightmove.co.uk/.../...98776_FLP_00_0000.JPG
    and in fact, that's the only thing available within a few miles. within that budget. If you get more to the countryside, you'd have more choice at lower cost.

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  • 2000 a month would get you a phenomenal apartment in my area of the US. You could have a house, basically.

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  • You wouldn't get anything for that where I live. You would need a flatmate to share the cost.

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  • it dpends on what part of the country you go to. but yes, for sure some places.

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  • You'd get a studio apartment, if anything, here. And that's only rent, without utilities or anything.

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  • In Zürich (Switzerland) you'd be able to afford a 30-50 sq. m. apartment.

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    • DUDEEE wth lol i am paying 1900$ here (monthly) and its a 150 meter (1614 square feet) square apartment with an amazing sea view. I thought that that would get me something better in the U. S or something.

  • a really decent flat in tokyo anywhere from 40-100 sq m depending on the location

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  • Depends where you live. If you live in NYC you would be in a small box, if you live in Iowa you might be living large.

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  • 2000$ a month can rent you a nice house

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  • In my state you could get a really nice apartment. Homes are cheap in okie

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  • you will get something good!

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What Guys Said 11

  • See for yourself:

    www.blogto.com/.../

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  • Where I live, I guess a 3 bedroom 120m².

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  • 2000 a month can buy you a mid-sized house where I live, right on the lake with dock, decks and gardens... probably 2000 to 2500 square foot!

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  • In the United States, it really comes down to location, in a big city such as New York or San Francisco 2000 wouldn't get you much, on the other hand in some areas of the country you could have a beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath condominium for that.

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  • It won't be very nice unless it's newly remodeled in my city.

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  • In some cities in the south here that would get you a 4 bedroom house with a lot of yard space, in other cities like San Francisco or New York you'd be lucky to get a studio space in a rough neighborhood.

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  • In New York it wouldn't get u shit

    Move somewhere nice and not-coastal.

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  • In most US cities, yes.

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  • 2000$ monthly and you have a great house here... maybe like those or bigger

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  • Depends what currency you are talking about

    2000 American?

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    • he put the dollar sign. i kinda just assumed that only meant American money. haha! oops!!!

    • Well lol it could mean Canadian currency too

    • Also it depends if he's willing to pay 2000 American dollars.. it's going to cost him a lot more to convert his currency or less depending where he lives

      But yea I guess assuming American money is fine

  • Well in Los Angeles for instance, that would get you a fairly decent apartment. Not quite luxurious just decent.

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