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Originally Posted by TREVOFASHIONISTO View Post
does anyone know where i can find
a reasonable place to look for apartments in NY?
Try PadMapper! If I remember the website correctly, you just set your zip code, price range, # of rooms, and it displays the listings available.

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I would like to take some courses at a university in London, and Im really looking for an accommodation there.

Can anyone recommend me please a very cheap hotel, hostel, hostfamily, or something else to stay about 1 Month in London?

Thank you!

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Looking for a females to buddy up with and find a suitable flat in the Chelsea & Kensington area of London. What websites do you recommend?

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Looking to buddy up with other fashionistas in London. I have found a really nice unfurnished house in London to rent with five other people long-term.

Master Bedroom = £266.67 a week
Other five bedrooms = £166.67 each a week

Hoping to move in end of April so need to plan and get to know each other future housemates!

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Hotel then appt hunt

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Hey lovlies, anyone worked in fashion in Toronto, Canada before? Where is the best area to live? xx

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Hi all! Looks like this thread hasn't been updated for a long time.
Ok, I'm going straight to the point.
Is anyone looking for a flat/roomshare in London? North West London would be perfect but a short term let in anywhere between Islington and Uxbridge would do just as fine.
All the best

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is somebody looking for a flatmate in London?

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Flats in Munich
Hi all fashionspotters,

I know it nothing to do with heart and soul but do you have any friends or do you know anyone who is letting a flat out in Munich? I'm desperately looking for a place to live in Munich.

Super thanks for you help,


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Housing in NY for summer interns
Hey guys, I'm contemplating doing an internship in NY this summer and I see that NYU and Columbia have housing for college students who are interning. Has anyone taken advantage of this and if so, how was your experience? I would love to meet people and I'm wondering if the apartments/dorms are very social? If anyone has advice on which housing options to pick, etc I'm all ears!! Thanks!

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I'll be moving to Paris in August/September next year (with a friend of mine, so we will be two) and the thing that I am most concerned about is the apartment. How exactly is the renting process? Will I need a French bank account to be able to rent a furnished apartment, and is a signature by a French person (who 'swears' that I will be able to pay the rent) needed? I'd like to know all the details so that I can sort out most of it before going there. I live within the EU so I won't need a VISA, and I will be going there to study. I will also only be living there only from August/September - (the end of) December. What would be the best option?

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Anyone looking for a flatmate in London? I'm thinking about moving out of my current flat.
About £500 per month?

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^wow. either you look for a huge room or london is really expensive!

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London is really expensive haha

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I'm staying in NYC from May to end of August and I'm looking for temporary place. I've been looking at places in Brooklyn. Budget is under $900 for a room. The only sources I've been using is craigslist. Haven't found anything suitable yet. Any other suggestions and recommendations would be great.

Also trying my luck to see if anyone else here is looking for a roommate!

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