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Old 07-12-2011, 01:41 AM
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I am going to MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston, to pursue my Masters Degree. I am looking for a rented apartment which I am going to share with two of my batch mates. Our budget is around $1500 to $2000. We prefer living close to the university and avoid travelling but we are also aware that living in the main city(Charlestown) would be expensive. With the budget mentioned above i know we would manage to get only 2 bedroom apartment. But if we get a 3 bedroom apartment for the same rent outside the city, we wouldn't mind taking that up. So basically looking for a 3/4 bedroom apt(v can add a roommate) if not close to the uni but at least close to the nearest T station (subway) which will get us to North Station.
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