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BryceS

join:2007-09-17
Vanier, ON
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reply to BryceS

Re: [Ottawa] Finding Place To Live

I'll be entering position that is incredibly average in pay.
(Perks such as tuition assistance, pension, work experience, travel etc. far out weigh salary drop).

Due to that and the fact I can purchase something right away is my argument that the city is affordable to live in. I will be graduating with student debt, I didn't have my parents pay for my school etc. I'm a pretty normal 22 year old finance wise.

I didn't mean any disrespect by my previous post.

eg)
»mls.ca/propertyDetails.aspx?prop···63399842

$1071.99 Mortgage
$0278.71 Strata Fees
$0237.50 Property Taxes
-----------
$1588.20


shrug

@videotron.ca
Get a car.
Rent a house for 700$
Drive to work.

Since there are a couple of uni's right there, you can easily find a student to split the costs and put even more money away.


BryceS

join:2007-09-17
Vanier, ON
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said by shrug :

Get a car.
Rent a house for 700$
Drive to work.

Since there are a couple of uni's right there, you can easily find a student to split the costs and put even more money away.

Selling my car before moving to Ottawa. I don't want to have to pay for parking and deal with traffic when I can walk to work.

Looking to live downtown on the Ottawa side.

Looking to live alone.

Found a few places worth noting on viewit.ca
Thanks for the link.

peterboro
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join:2006-11-03
Peterborough, ON
Don't forget a location nearest your favourite store.
»www.thebeerstore.ca/locations?se···75000004


Mike2009

join:2009-01-13
Ottawa, ON
kudos:3
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reply to shrug
said by shrug :

Get a car.
Rent a house for 700$
Drive to work.

Since there are a couple of uni's right there, you can easily find a student to split the costs and put even more money away.

Rent a house for $700? Not around here.


stayontransi

@bell.ca
reply to BryceS
as long as you stay near the transitway you ll get downtown very quickly and easily......dont be put off by moving out of the core and worrying about walking to work. your work is on the transitway just make sure your residence is. i live in sandyhill its expensive. id try lincoln fields area or bayshore to the west.


Mike2009

join:2009-01-13
Ottawa, ON
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said by stayontransi :

as long as you stay near the transitway you ll get downtown very quickly and easily......dont be put off by moving out of the core and worrying about walking to work. your work is on the transitway just make sure your residence is. i live in sandyhill its expensive. id try lincoln fields area or bayshore to the west.

Too many old people in Lincoln Fields area and Bayshore is very undesirable.

resa1983
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join:2008-03-10
North York, ON
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Even Bayshore isn't cheap, but they're doing major improvements to the buildings there. My sister & her family lives in Bayshore.
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corster
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join:2002-02-23
Gatineau, QC
reply to peterboro
said by peterboro:

Don't forget a location nearest your favourite store.
»www.thebeerstore.ca/locations?se···75000004

Just think about how much he'll saving buying his 20 cases a week in Gatineau!

peterboro
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join:2006-11-03
Peterborough, ON
said by corster:

said by peterboro:

Don't forget a location nearest your favourite store.
»www.thebeerstore.ca/locations?se···75000004

Just think about how much he'll saving buying his 20 cases a week in Gatineau!

I believe he only drinks 5 cases a week and if he is going to live on his own 20 may not be necessary anymore. Well for now anyways.


BryceS

join:2007-09-17
Vanier, ON
Reviews:
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reply to corster
said by corster:

said by peterboro:

Don't forget a location nearest your favourite store.
»www.thebeerstore.ca/locations?se···75000004

Just think about how much he'll saving buying his 20 cases a week in Gatineau!

Sadly, in my final year of schooling my drinking has taken a cliff dive. It is much harder to maintain a 3.90GPA drinking that much while trying to secure full time employment and writing a thesis.

Did have a great last weekend at a friend's cottage on Three Mile Lake where everyone there pounded back a case each day for Friday and Saturday.


Le Weekend

@videotron.ca
You can buy your beer at Costco in gatineau. DirtyJeffer could likey you give you the directions since he knows the locations of all the costco's.

Think it's like 30$ for a case of 36 there. or 45 for a case of 60

Let me know when you knock back a case of 60 each on a Fri & Sat. I'm not too far, I can drive you to the hospital since you don't have a car. Only 50$, the ambulance is about 75$. So you can save some money for another case.


BryceS

join:2007-09-17
Vanier, ON
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said by Le Weekend :

You can buy your beer at Costco in gatineau. DirtyJeffer could likey you give you the directions since he knows the locations of all the costco's.

Think it's like 30$ for a case of 36 there. or 45 for a case of 60

Let me know when you knock back a case of 60 each on a Fri & Sat. I'm not too far, I can drive you to the hospital since you don't have a car. Only 50$, the ambulance is about 75$. So you can save some money for another case.

A case infers 24 bottles. >_>


nearthebridg

@bell.ca
oh so uneducated one.....that little trip acrosss the bridge is gonna open your eyes more so than anything you ll ever learn in school...say hello to the 55 can stack of beers !

Tig

join:2006-06-29
Carrying Place, ON
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·voip.ms
No more 55s, it's 60s now and they'll run ya about $67. But if you return the empties in Ontario you'll get a dime each instead of the nickle you paid. Pulling an extra nickle out of the beer store is just icing on the cake.