Is it quite costly? whats about the cheapest they go in your city?
Most Helpful Girl
Cheapest...250 without utilities for one roommate. Cheapest place I've seen is 500 for a 2 bed 1 bath. Not bad.
Most expensive, about 900 for everything. (But I've not looked at beach condos, only things in my college town)
I live in SC
It's hella cheap here if you have a job, no kids, a cheap car, and are only fending for yourself and maybe a dog or cat.
Alas, I'm but a broke college student with 17 credit hours and a part time. So, I have to get mom to help pay for my cheap little apartment share.0
Most Helpful Guy
I live in a pretty small town right now, only about 16,000 people, near Springfield in Western Massachusetts, which might be the biggest hellhole in the state, haha. There are 5 colleges in the area, including UMass, a huge state school (and my alma mater... ZOOMass, whuttttt?🙌🍻) so they gouge the captive audience on rent. I'm in a 2 bedroom townhouse that also has a private basement area separate from the common area basement where the laundry machines are, and it's ABSURDLY cheap for the area, only $800 a month. The landlord is kind of just a handyman that made an investment in a row of townhouses, but he could charge much more. I'm literally ten minutes from my last apartment, also a 2 bedroom, but on one floor and no private basement, just over the line into the next town, and it was $1100 a month!!! So moving here was a no brainer, it's bigger and cheaper. The cheapest place I had out here was in the hood in the next city over and people were getting shot on my street, haha. That one was $600 a month for essentially a studio, but I cheap wall was up, so it was like a one bedroom efficiency apartment. But sitting on the couch and being two feet from my stove wasn't really my scene, but it was ok for a single guy to shower and sleep. Literally impossible to have friends over though, haha. Capacity was a hard "2." Still better than getting scalped for an apartment close to UMass though. And where I'm originally from, in Boston, forget about it. $1100 a month won't get you a warm doorway. It's not quite NYC prices, but still ridiculously expensive.0