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$650 / 1br - 900ft2 - TMC 2B2B looking for roommate, near NRG (Houston)

1800 EI Paseo St., Houston, TX 77054

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Apartment Information:
The apartment is located along the 60 bus route near the Medical Center, next to UT Housing, and named Daphne Apartment.

Neighborhood Highlights:
Immediate access to the 60 bus line, which goes directly to the Medical Center.
A small park across the street, perfect for evening relaxation.
A 3-minute walk to the UT Housing fitness center, which features an outdoor pool.
10-minute drive to grocery stores like H.E.B, ALDI, and Fiesta.
Convenient for work, life, and leisure.
The majority of the residents in the complex are students or employees at the Medical Center. The environment is clean, neat, and has ample ground parking. The neighborhood is quiet and has a pleasant atmosphere.

Apartment Features:
The bedroom is located at the far end of the apartment with a bathroom outside the room.
The bedroom has a large walk-in closet that can be used as a storage room.
The kitchen includes appliances such as a refrigerator, microwave, electric stove, oven, dishwasher, and garbage disposal.
There is a washer, dryer, and the air conditioning works very well.

Rent and Costs:
The current rent for the entire 2B2B apartment is $1242 per month. Including water and trash fees, it totals around $1400 per month.
Internet is not installed. Electricity costs are about $10 per month without air conditioning, and around $50 per person per month during the summer.
The individual rent ranges from $710 to $750.
Renting with a roommate can save approximately $350 per month compared to renting a 1B apartment alone in this complex.
I need to move due to a job transfer, and some furniture can be given away for free, including a mattress and a chair. Other furniture, like a desk, sofa, and bedside table, can be sold at a low price.

Current Roommate:
The current roommate is a Chinese researcher at the University of Houston who has been in the U.S. for one year.
He leaves early and returns late and rarely cooks.
This apartment was a sublease when I arrived in the U.S. I found subleasing very suitable for newcomers because it avoids the hassle of setting up utilities, and the furniture is already in place. Additionally, it's convenient to have someone to ask questions. You can see if the apartment suits you during these two months. If it does, you can renew the lease without moving. If not, you can look for another apartment and dispose of the old furniture.

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post id: 7755764246

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