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37BlueLake2 4 weeks ago
I'm looking for a new apartment starting in the summer and rental prices are insane. I thought everyone buying houses in rural areas to work remotely would lower city prices but I guess not. One place I was looking at was marketed at $2900/mo a month or so ago but no units were available for our timeframe. Now there are a few available, but they're asking for $4942/mo now.
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60.:A-MAN:.
4 weeks ago
@BlueLake2 dang that stinks :/
37BlueLake2 4 weeks ago
Some suburbs you can get super nice places for half the price. Commuting between work and school would be a pain so I can't really consider it right now, but I'm almost definitely moving out once I graduate
37BlueLake2 4 weeks ago
Boston is stupid expensive. We're somewhat picky about location since we have to balance between work and school which are in two very different parts of the city, parking and driving is worse than any other city I've seen so we're looking to be close to a mutual public transit spot, and we'll both be doing some amount of remote work so we need enough space for desks and have been looking at 800+ sqft apartments.

I think it's been hard to build new residential buildings in Boston for a while due to historical reasons, so it's either tiny and old buildings that are falling apart or brand new luxury apartments and condos with a view that are way overvalued with nothing in between.
60.:A-MAN:.
4 weeks ago
@umer936 Ikr? My 1B1B is Just a bit over $1k/mo.
59umer936
4 weeks ago
Hold up what??

My nice 2B2B apt in Austin was $2k/mo
60.:A-MAN:.
4 weeks ago
That's absolutely ludicrous.
37BlueLake2 4 weeks ago
This is for a one bedroom in a relatively cheap area and in one of those new-but-cheaply-built apartment buildings. It's nice, but not $5000 nice
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