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Student Housing In Atlanta

Earl Said:

Housing in Atlanta, where?

We Answered:

Web sites are a good place to find an apartment or house to rent, if you want to go through the entire list to find one in your state and then city.

The best place to look for places to rent is to go to the yellow pages of your telephone book, look under property managers.

These individuals list properties for rent in certain areas, so make sure you select the areas in which you wish to rent.

Call several of the property managers listed there, tell them you want a list of properties that they have for rent. Some will fax, email or mail the list of local places to rent along with the address, number of bedrooms and bath rooms, amenities available, such as washer and dryers or gyms, the monthly rental of the unit. Most will include a rental application. These list will include the monthly rental required, if a lease or month to month agreement will be signed. They will also indicate if they will accept Section 8 vouchers.

They might indicate a web site that you might visit to get their list of places to rent. It does not cost to get a rental list from a reputable property manager.

Some will require you to stop by their office and pick up the list. A lot of them post their list outside so the list are available 24/7 360.

Make sure you don't fall for the scams and purchase a list as 70%-80% of these list are composed of free list they have compiled. They are not the property managers of any property in most instances.

You might also google Property managers in whatever city or community you want to live in and see what comes up. Again do not pay for this information as it is free from reliable property managers.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

"FIGHT ON"

Daisy Said:

Are the student housing/dorms in the Art Institute really worth it?

We Answered:

It's important to get your facts straight before you make a clear decision.
Have you experienced the trip to & from the school to see EXACTLY how long it takes? There's a BIG difference between a ONE hour commute and a TWO hour commute.
If it's a full 2 hours there and then 2 hours back, I'd try to spend the extra money to live there for one year and try that, because 4 hours each day is a LONG time.
However, if it's only 1 hour to get there or a little more, then I'd try this first year living at home and see if that works out okay because you'd save some money.

Art is cool !!!!

Carole Said:

Student Housing in Georgia Tech?

We Answered:

If you are attending a program at the University they should offer you housing or provide a list of available options.

If not, you're going to be in a hotel room for three weeks.

Here's a highly rated option very close to campus.
http://www.furnished-apts.com/ld/5/locat…

Norma Said:

26yo and I owe way to much- houses, student loans, credit cards?

We Answered:

Maybe one of the best things you could do is find debt councilors in your area. They can help you figure out how to deal with your debt. Also, since the beginning of the housing crisis, a number of organizations have been created to help people deal with mortgage debt. See if you can find one in your area. Financial problems can seem overwhelming to a lot of people, and times are difficult right now. You can get through it, but it's going to take time and hard work.

Good luck.

Claude Said:

Is there any barber or beauty schools in Atlanta that offers student housing?

We Answered:

I don't believe that there are any trade school or even a community college that offers student housing. With cosmetology school, however, please forgo those private overpriced for-profit beauty/tech schools such as 'paul mitchell, the school', 'aveda institute', 'toni guy', 'marinello', 'empire beauty', 'regency' and others and instead consider the more affordable County Vo-Tech school or Community College as long as the program is accredited within the industry. It might take the graduate a couple of years to 'get a book' (of regular customers) before Possibly making a decent salary. Then the person may be struggling to pay for rent and other expenses while trying to repay all of those student loans. An individual may go to the more affordable county vocational school or community college and then take continuing education classes which are required anyway :) These consumer sites have posts by former students about those private $$ for-profit tech schools and please heed the students' warnings:

- http://www.ripoffreport.com

- http://www.pissedconsumer.com

- http://www.complaintsboard.com and can search.


I don't personally know anything about this school, but it's supposed to be a community college and their programs meet the state licensing requirements for the 'state board of cosmetology' and 'barbering' - Atlanta Technical College has barbering and cosmetology (the cosmetology concentration may allow more options though :) http://www.atlantatech.edu/ and can click 'catalog' or such.

For general career info: http://www.bls.gov/oco and can search 'barbers and cosmetologists' or such.

US colleges: http://www.utexas.edu/world/univ

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