I decided not to buy the apartment in Dixie´s building.

@marguicha (100137)
Chile
November 12, 2017 5:29pm CST
Last weekend, I went to stay to Dixie´s so that I could see the apartment one floor over Dixie´s. But after thinking it over, I decided it was too expensive. Yet I am thinking that I should spent my inheritance in something better than to have it in the Bank. I´ll check on apartments so that I can buy a small one to rent. That could be better than what I get now.
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@BelleStarr (39591)
• United States
13 Nov
Being a landlord comes with its own set of expenses, I have rented our Florida place and while it pays for itself, it doesn't provide a lot of income and then there are repairs.
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@marlina (76603)
• Canada
13 Nov
Being a landlord was not for us at all.
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@marguicha (100137)
• Chile
14 Nov
I´ll have to think about this too.
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@Courtlynn (55603)
• United States
13 Nov
Hope you find something soon
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@marguicha (100137)
• Chile
14 Nov
I hope so.
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@Courtlynn (55603)
• United States
14 Nov
@marguicha just keep looking and dont be too picky if you really want to move to one.
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@JohnRoberts (60972)
• Los Angeles, California
13 Nov
Get someplace safe and secure.
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@marguicha (100137)
• Chile
14 Nov
That´s part of what I need.
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@Tina30219 (35120)
• Onaway, Michigan
13 Nov
I hope you find something you like soon
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@marguicha (100137)
• Chile
14 Nov
I have to look for it.
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@JudyEv (130205)
• Bunbury, Australia
13 Nov
Good luck with your search.
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@kobesbuddy (52601)
• East Tawas, Michigan
12 Nov
Yes, for one person maybe a smaller apartment would be a good idea.
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@marlina (76603)
• Canada
12 Nov
@marguicha means buying an apartment for an investment.
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@kobesbuddy (52601)
• East Tawas, Michigan
12 Nov
@marlina Oh, now I understand! Sorry. We thought to do this, for an added income.
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@marlina (76603)
• Canada
13 Nov
@kobesbuddy We used to have a house in a certain area in Toronto and rented it. We had so many problems that we sold it after a few years.
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@JustBhem (41140)
• Davao, Philippines
14 Nov
I agree with @LadyDuck - the best way is to consider everything and think about it.
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@LadyDuck (170588)
• Switzerland
14 Nov
I know you are having problems with tenants.
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@JustBhem (41140)
• Davao, Philippines
14 Nov
@LadyDuck Yes, and they are the pain in the a$$
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@LadyDuck (170588)
• Switzerland
13 Nov
Think twice before buying an apartment to rent. I do not know how are your laws in case the tenant does not pay the rent. My sister in law had two apartments that she rented, he has so many problems, one did not pay and she spent more in lawyers bills than what she got. The others paid, but when they left the apartment was in such a bad shape she had to spent plenty of money to repair it. Finally, she spent more than she got.
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@marguicha (100137)
• Chile
13 Nov
This is one of the things that have kept me from buying until now.
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@LadyDuck (170588)
• Switzerland
14 Nov
@marguicha My father also hat two apartment that he rented in Milan. One of the tenant was very good and punctual to pay. The other (the Director of a Bank !!!) was always late in payments. Sometimes he paid even 3 months later.
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• United States
13 Nov
Investing sounds like a good choice and hope you find the perfect place.
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@marguicha (100137)
• Chile
14 Nov
I will have to check many things, including the neighborhood.
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@cahaya1983 (10039)
• Malaysia
14 Nov
I hope you find the right one. Happy searching!
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@jstory07 (69138)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Nov
A small apartment would be best for you.
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