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Old 08-28-2007, 09:38 PM
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Do landlords allow people to share a studio or a one-bedroom apartment? Do they supply parking for two cars, if requested? (even with an extra fee).

Thanks for any information :-)
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Old 08-29-2007, 12:01 AM
Location: New Orleans, LA
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This is going to differ depending on where you live. I can say for sure though that two people are allowed to live in a one bedroom...that is, of course, what a lot of married couples do. You may be able to find a place that will give you two parking spots for a monthly fee, but many places just don't have the room and you'll have to find another place to park. I've had experiences with both. I'm not sure about sharing a studio, but that would be a pretty small space to share.
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