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Old 03-29-2012, 02:26 PM
 
Location: San Antonio/Houston/Tricity
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^^^ at least not in Alamo Heights.
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Old 03-29-2012, 02:34 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, TX
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Wow...didn't know apartments burning was such a big problem in this city...
The last apartment I lived in, the building next door to mine burned down in December, from somebody smoking in bed. I moved out that February, and while I was halfway done moving, the neighbor above me completely burned his balcony and my patio...from trying to use a towel as an ashtray for his joint. Fortunately I had already moved my washer and dryer, but my patio furniture and the things I had stored in the outdoor closet were a total loss.

The same night that there was the big fire that December, there was another complex down the street that also lost a building. And I've seen many apartment fires in the news since then. It never used to worry me when it was just the hubby and myself, because I was sure we could get out if we needed to. But once we had kids, I didn't sleep too well at night worrying about fires and break-ins (we had two break-ins when I lived at 281 and Bitters which is generally considered a nice, safe area).
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Old 03-29-2012, 02:41 PM
 
Location: Texas
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About $1,000/monthly will get you a 2-bedroom at Legacy Oaks in Schertz.
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Old 03-31-2012, 06:54 AM
 
Location: san antonio texas
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The last apartment I lived in, the building next door to mine burned down in December, from somebody smoking in bed. I moved out that February, and while I was halfway done moving, the neighbor above me completely burned his balcony and my patio...from trying to use a towel as an ashtray for his joint. Fortunately I had already moved my washer and dryer, but my patio furniture and the things I had stored in the outdoor closet were a total loss.

The same night that there was the big fire that December, there was another complex down the street that also lost a building. And I've seen many apartment fires in the news since then. It never used to worry me when it was just the hubby and myself, because I was sure we could get out if we needed to. But once we had kids, I didn't sleep too well at night worrying about fires and break-ins (we had two break-ins when I lived at 281 and Bitters which is generally considered a nice, safe area).
the last apt complex i lived in, the complex NEXT DOOR burnt down and is now out of business. Moderator cut: inappropriate language deleted by system

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