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Ill tell you for sure that this place is tiny. The photos were taken with a wide lens camera, which is a customary practice with Realtors, especially in that area. I went through this process last year, and looked at a few places around "E. Williamsburg" and they were all the same; renovated, stainless steal app, exposed brick and the pictures looked great. When I came for a visit, the apts were insanely small. The "3BR" were really closets and divided rooms. Dont let the pretty images blind you.

If you don't mind answering, where are you living now, what's it like, and what are you paying in rent?
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What do I need a utility bill for?

Also to show that you have bills in your name at a past residence.....bills in your name=responsibility!
post #33 of 33
Can you increase your rent at all?

Try using Padmapper.

If this is a real apartment, you should give it a solid look. This is a nice street.

http://www.padmapper.com/show.php?type=1&id=88949053&src=main
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