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Old Posted Jul 6, 2011, 7:30 PM
hudkina hudkina is offline
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A lot of renters don't need solid hardwood floors or italian tile countertops or whatever stupid gimmick developers are throwing into these $1,200+ per month apartments. I think these cities really need to entice developers to build more affordable units in the $400-$900 per month range. If that means cheap laminate flooring and countertops, a single bathroom per unit, and no in-unit washer/dryer then so be it.
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