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Old 09-21-2017, 01:17 PM
 
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I'm planning a move to the Vegas area soon and I am wondering about the no credit check apartments I've seen online with around $200 rent (for example this one https://www.apartments.com/2500-tedd...as-nv/ytddj2t/). What are the cheapest rentals there? Ideally I would much rather live in Boulder City, it looks like a nice little town, or one of the suburbs or areas around Vegas that might have less traffic, Henderson maybe, but I'm worried about the high-priced rentals or whether or not there are no credit check apartments in any area outside of the main part of Vegas. If anyone could tell me anything or recommend anything affordable (possibly anything $500 or below), I would appreciate it. Thanks.

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Old 09-21-2017, 05:59 PM
 
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That's near Palace Station. Not the greatest area... but not the worst area. My experience with apartments there is: $800 a month gets you a decent one bedroom place with all the amenities. Sure, you can pay $500 a month but I don't think you will be in a quality area. But keep trying, someone might have a small guest house that they rent. Someone might have a rental special out there. Be careful of scammers who post cheap prices and then want you to send them deposits for an apartment that does not exist. You could find a place for $600 minus pool and amenities. It depends if you don't need all the fluff and just want a safe apartment to live.
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Old 09-21-2017, 06:08 PM
 
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Mixed neighborhood. Not bad not good. OK with urban smarts. Look out for petty crime - theft from cars and such. Most of the action is on Sahara. Convenient location in a lot of ways. The Station Casino, all services and some pretty good food in walking distance.

A long down from the good suburbs but half or a third the cost. That neighborhood has some middle class and very upper class housing right to the north. Lots of strip workers. Goes down swiftly to the south.
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Old 09-25-2017, 02:01 PM
 
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That place you listed is probably $200/week. Any decent apartment will be at least $700/month. Any less and you are looking at ghetto parts of the city.
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Old 09-25-2017, 09:32 PM
 
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That place you listed is probably $200/week. Any decent apartment will be at least $700/month. Any less and you are looking at ghetto parts of the city.
I kinda figured as much, I wasn't sure if I was seeing it correctly or if that had to be too good to be true. Would be a little less misleading if they'd just put down the monthly rent as well instead of just the weekly rate (if they offer both weekly and monthly rates). I guess I was thinking maybe rent that low *could* be possible, if it was perhaps in a more crime-ridden area or if maybe they were looking to make their rentals more competitive. I'm still learning about how the prices of rentals works I guess, however I should have known rent that low isn't possible in most places and if there is rent that low, it would be a rarity. Anyway, if anyone has any more info about the Siegel Suites apartments or what their stay there was like, anything that I should know about in the areas where the Siegel Suites apartments are located, let me know. Thanks!
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Old 09-25-2017, 09:57 PM
 
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If you gamble enough (and therefore lose lots of money), your hotel room will be free
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Old 09-26-2017, 03:43 PM
 
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Stiegal has many tweakers, go see for yourself.
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Old 09-26-2017, 05:20 PM
 
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Stiegal has many tweakers, go see for yourself.
And hookers, drug dealers and people who are semi-homeless. Doesn't that sound fun?
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Old 09-27-2017, 01:56 PM
 
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no offense, but I am surprised that someone actually thought rent could be $200 per month anywhere
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Old 10-03-2017, 06:15 AM
 
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I kinda figured as much, I wasn't sure if I was seeing it correctly or if that had to be too good to be true. Would be a little less misleading if they'd just put down the monthly rent as well instead of just the weekly rate (if they offer both weekly and monthly rates). I guess I was thinking maybe rent that low *could* be possible, if it was perhaps in a more crime-ridden area or if maybe they were looking to make their rentals more competitive. I'm still learning about how the prices of rentals works I guess, however I should have known rent that low isn't possible in most places and if there is rent that low, it would be a rarity. Anyway, if anyone has any more info about the Siegel Suites apartments or what their stay there was like, anything that I should know about in the areas where the Siegel Suites apartments are located, let me know. Thanks!
You’d be better off sleeping in your car.
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