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Moving to LA, help

falconguard

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#2
Where are you moving too, and where do you work? LA is huge, so I wouldn't wnat to reccommend a city when you are completely on the other side of LA. The drive wouldbe atrocious.

That being said, you can get a lot of foreclosed houses here for cheap.
 

lancer

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#3
i'm looking to rent first, my job is in tarzana area..... whats good, what should i look out for, do you live in LA falcon?
 

falconguard

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#4
Yeah, I'm just outside of LA. Tarzana is actually not to bad. San Fernando Valley, Iam over in the San Gabriel Valley.


Basically you want to look at Burbank, San Fernando, Calabasas all good areas, depending on where.

Send me a PM with more details.
 

lancer

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#7
Ok question, does it seem unreasonable for someone to support a family 2 kids one wife (at least in this country haha, joke) on $75k a yr in LA?
 

falconguard

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#8
It's tough, but possible there are some people that live on less and with more people to boot.

Just be aware that you will not be able to upgrade as much as you want anymore...and you can make it work with public schools, which are good in the area you are looking. There will be no middle class breaks though, and you will see a huge disparity in what is being offered to poor and rich kids while excluding yours.

If you can tighten the belt between needs and wants, you should come out ahead. Of course that is pretty much the theory for anywhere....it's just the practice is so hard :)
 

synical33

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#11
Holy crap I heard about that the other day when my pops was watching the news. I hardly watch new just because its all depressing stuff!!!

Anyways back to the topic @ hand with Lancer and his move, did you find a place there buddy?
 

lancer

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#12
not as yet, im looking, but i'm not moving until jan 1st and the landlords want me to pay rent immediately so i'll probably wait another month, before i get somewhere.

on a positive note, my wife was excepted to cal state and will only be doing classes at night, which means no childcare, which means an additonal $1400 a month in extra income... woohoo, i was so happy to hear that last night i almost passed out haha.
 

falconguard

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#13
You're gonna have to come up with first and last and a security if you want to rent. Will send you a PM when I find some listings.
 

lancer

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#14
most places only want first and usually a small deposit, most i've seen is first and deposit equal to rent.
 

mlakrid

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#15
Lancer,

Have you considered changing companies?

I ask because Atlanta is an I.T. hot spot right now... I have been contacted by many head hunters there...

Just curious...

Mike A!
 

lancer

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#18
sounded like a chinese fortune cookie...

yeah seen loads of places, but i'm not ready to do anything for another month or so, there are so many places for rent that i'm not in any mad rush yet.
 

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