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Old 02-09-2008, 07:20 PM
Location: Fitchburg, MA/Willimantic, CT
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I'm working at the Census Bureau this summer and I was wondering what is a reasonable range of prices one should look for when considering housing. They are paying me roughly proportional to 60K (GS-11) and while I've saved some money I don't have a ton of money.

What is a reasonable range of prices that I should be looking for in terms of rooms for rent and/or subleases?

I'm doing my due diligence on everything so I'm working on becoming familiar with places and working everybody I know for info. I think I'm fortunate to come in at the GS level that I am and I'm looking forward to having fun in DC. I think the Census Bureau is going to provide some non-monetary assistance... that is to say provide me with some options.

Any help is appreciated.
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