This room in our apartment building is the perfect size for a studio apartment. It’s a bright, airy space that includes a bathroom, a living room, kitchen, and laundry room. It is quite large…but it’s also very flexible, as we can easily take it in and out of storage if we need to move things around.
The room is also equipped with a fully-functional kitchen and living room, so we can eat breakfast and watch TV. It also has its own washer and dryer, which is super convenient. The apartment is quite close to the bus stop, so we can walk to work (or to the grocery store) in the morning.
The room comes with its own storage unit and a washer/dryer, so we can easily move our stuff to the apartment. We also do not have to worry about any of our belongings being stolen because we have the security of the apartment itself.
The apartment is located in the heart of Oakland, a city that has a large number of homeless people living in its streets. A good example of what we mean by “room for rent” is one of the many things that Oakland has come a long way from the city’s days of slums.
Room for rent is the place to be for Oakland’s homeless population. But even though we’re only renting the apartment for three months, the city has already spent a couple thousand dollars on the project and we have to come up with a way of paying for the rent.
The city may have spent a couple thousand dollars on the project, but it doesn’t look like we’re getting a dime back. There are two ways to pay for the rent. The first is by selling us on the fact that we’re renting a very large apartment that we could use for someone and making it obvious that the city will not be paying for it. The second is by selling us on the fact that the city will be paying for the rent, but in a very small amount.
The rent is for two bedrooms and a bathroom. The city is paying for it in $50,000 in “tax credits” and $200,000 in “insurance.” The entire rent is $2,500 per month. The city will be paying for the rest, but it isnt going to cover the whole rent.
We were told that the apartment was in need of repair, but the city was paying for it. The other thing we were told is that the apartment was in need of paint. The city was paying for it, but it isnt going to pay for all the paint.
There are no guarantees that a landlord will pay for ALL of your paint. They have to pick the best paint for the best results. But the city has agreed to pay for every cent of the paint.
That sucks. Because what you need is a place to live. You need a place to live for the duration of your lease, and a place to live is the least you can expect.