it was a 3 bedroom. small living room. nothing was included no heat no water, no trash removal. Nothing. Small bathroom. The kitchen was a shit hole, the tile on the floor was coming up, no dishwasher, broken stove. There was a basement with a washer and dryer, but the dryer didn't work. a small bedroom in the basement, that you had to walk through the dirty part to get to. most of the windows had holes around the edges so cold air came in the house a lot. Off street parking but had to share it with the neighbors. It was off 1300 south by the Bees.
for a little more you can get a place like this in slc http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/apa/1272257686.html or this http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/apa/1270968422.html. and trust me the place i had looked nothing like those two.
itll happen. dudes you're in are probably in the same situation i was last year. we had a place for 2100 a month and it was a shithole. i moved out to utah without ever really seeing the house beforehand and it sucked. luckily we found a shitton of people to move in so it drove the price down a bunch.
yea you are better off heading to jackson, or tahoe or colorado, i hear rent is rediculously cheap for large pristine houses.
get over it you arent going to move to town and find the best place to live right off the bat. you need to meet people and learn the area a bit. suffer through a few months at a shitty house and find a new one. meet some people that have rooms for rent in their hood.
my first year out here i lived in a 2 bedroom condominium that had a tiny kitchen, tiny bedroom and was surrounded by neighbors on all sides. my girlfriend and i split a room, and we had a sketchy roomate. rent was still like 400 a room.
or pitch a fuckin tent its summer in utah, not much is going to keep you out of a tent.
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on the living off campus board at my school there was a 2 bedroom for 2400 and a want to say a 3/4 bedroom for 3600, anywere within 30 mins from were im at your looking at 750-1000 (low end) for even a one bedroom
Depends where you go in Colorado. If you are in Denver you can get good deals on homes. If you go up toward Breck, Copper, Keystone, Vail or Beaver Creek you are looking at a lot of money. Room mate adds are asking for about $500 or more a month, just for room mates.