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Old 05-15-2012, 07:29 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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From what I've read, in order to get a decent place in a good neighborhood in Nashville, you're looking a minimum of $1000 a month. Am I correct in making this conclusion? And also are there any decent places that you guys would recommend in the $700-850 range?
The Apartments in the Nipers Corner area, Brentwood/Davidson Countyhave rents in that price range. There are many Apartment complexes going up edmonson Pike, but avoid the ones closer to Nolenville Rd.

Here is the Link to apartments in the area. http://www.apartmentfinder.com/Tenne...ood-Apartments

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Old 05-16-2012, 03:20 PM
 
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From what I've read, in order to get a decent place in a good neighborhood in Nashville, you're looking a minimum of $1000 a month. Am I correct in making this conclusion? And also are there any decent places that you guys would recommend in the $700-850 range?
I've lived in good neighborhoods since moving from the Seattle area in 2008.

First year here, I lived in Belle Meade and paid 800 a month for a 1 bedroom with W/D, central heating/air and 750 or so square feet.

Second/third year, I lived in a place that cost 650 a month in Inglewood neighborhood of Nashville with basically same dimensions.

I pay 695 now for a centrally located basement 2 br apartment in a House. The neighborhood is Sylvan Park (which is minutes from Vanderbilt, Belmont, Lipscomb, Tennessee State, and the Community College).

Basically, if you look on cragslist you can find many great apartments for 600-800 a month for 1br that's 700-900 square feet and very comfortable.

I'd suggest getting one with W/D in the unit and you can expect your utility costs to be pretty low as well. (I pay about 60$ a month for spring/fall and 100-120 a month in summer/winter when air/heat is mostly used).

Compared to Seattle/Tacoma area, Nashville is much more affordable, cost of living is low and if you were to get a small pt job at a coffee shop or retail or something, you can have an enjoyable time AND get to know
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