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    Apartment House

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    Compare & Contrast Many people nowadays face a difficult decision when they buy their own home. The question is whether they should buy a house or an apartment. Are there more advantages or disadvantages to living in a house rather than in an apartment? There are several reasons why people choose to move into a house or apartment. I prefer living in an apartment at this stage of my life but someday in the future I would like to live in a house of my own. There are advantages for living in a house in respect

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    Dorm or Apartment?

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    Question: Some university students prefer living in campus housing such as dormitories. Other students prefer living in off-campus housing such as apartments. If you were faced with this decision‚ which of these two options would you choose? Use specific reasons and details to explain your choice. Nowadays‚ more and more students go to study far from home. Among a lot of things to concern‚ housing is likely the most important matter for students. Some of them choose to live in a dormitory while

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    Apartment Maintenance

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    2/06/14 Word Count:1340 Apartment Maintenance  I stood as far away as I possibly could while my dad cut the pipe; dark brown sludge and waste spewed everywhere‚ landing on every recipient within distance. Never in my life did I look around and seriously realize my good fortune. Becoming conscious of the differences in my way of life compared to those who live in low income neighborhoods did not occur to me until I had the experience of managing and maintaining an apartment complex. Indeed‚ it 

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    APARTMENT (in American English) or flat (common in British English) is a self-contained housing unit (a type of residential real estate) that occupies only part of a building. Such a building may be called an apartment building‚ apartment house (in American English)‚ block of flats‚ block‚ high-rise or‚ occasionally mansion block (in British English)‚ especially if it consists of many apartments for rent. Apartments may be owned by an owner/occupier by leasehold tenure or rented by tenants (two

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    A House or an Apartment

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    majority of people‚ I want to get a beautiful house someday‚ but unfortunately it is not so easy to get because it is very expensive. But there are several differences between owning a house and renting an apartment. The first difference is the noise. If you are renting an apartment and you are a noisy person‚ it is very uncomfortable for the rest of the people who live with you. For example if you are always playing musical instruments‚ listening to loud music and cleaning the house

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    renting an apartment‚ far exceeds that dream. When it concerns making the decision weather to rent an apartment or buying a house‚ it may seem like a game of tug-of-war. That kind of big life decision can leave potential renters and buyers with many unanswered questions and uncertainty. This paper will provide some insight into those questions‚ which includes financial gain and stability. Once all the information is taken into consideration‚ the outcome will show that renting an apartment has numerous

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    How to Rent an Apartment

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    Steps to renting an apartment Looking for a new place? Don’t know how to start looking? Looking for a new place can be hard and tiring. Here are some steps to help people find an apartment. Selected a city where you would to move to. Are there any Amenities such as washer and dryer or a parking lot? What are the utilities such as hot water‚ heat and gas? Is it affordable‚ you want to choose something place in your price range. Step on how to find an apartment. First you determine the

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    Problems with My Apartments When I was younger‚ I fantasized about how wonderful life would be when I moved into my own apartment. Now I’m a bit older and wiser‚ and my dreams have turned into nightmares. My apartment has given me nothing but headaches. From the day I signed my lease‚ I’ve had to deal with an uncooperative landlord‚ an incompetent janitor‚ and inconsiderate neighbors. First of all‚ my landlord has been uncooperative. He seemed very nice and friendly when I was viewing the

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    Millegan Creek Apartments

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    for success assuming high occupancy levels. The Millegan Creek Apartments would be a 390 unit apartment project in Williamson County‚ for a proposed $15‚715‚000 loan. It would be about 11 miles northwest of the CBD and close to many of Austin’s high tech companies. This location would be beneficial because it can service many of the high tech companies’ employees and since the apartments are being built as a typical luxury apartment complex‚ it will be more appealing to these employees. JPI had begun

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    Two Bedroom Apartments

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    Two Bedroom Apartments Crystal Thorne ECO/365 January 6‚ 2015 Dominic Minadeo Abstract When looking at the two-bedroom rental apartments Goodlife Management looked at the supply and demand of their Atlanta two bedroom rental apartments. Goodlife Management looked at what different factors may have changed the supply and demand of their Atlanta two bedroom rental apartments. Goodlife Management has the monopoly on the apartment in Atlanta because they are the only ones in the city to rent them.

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