Stuff Nobody Tells you About Getting An Apartment.
This’ll cover the basics, such as financial expectation, rental history, what to bring for the application process, etc.
this is all good stuff, minus the part about what you should pay for rent. if you can find a decent apartment for 385/mo, please show me it. apartments in my area are minimum 600 and are usually studio apartments or just super shitty. you dont tend to get nice space until you hit 700 or 800, which is what I find to be the average price.
As I mentioned, the price is highly dependent on a person’s income. It can also vary considerably from city to city, and in many cases if two people who can afford $385 get together and room up, a $800-$900 2br/1ba would be very feasible.