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cjramirez
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120$..on revenue of $ 500. robbery in general

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BenSheppard
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I wonder. How much this cost where you live now? Here is 2,70$ at the moment

Be about £6, so – $9.67
I pay £525 a month, so – $846.41 :)

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FinalDestiny
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100 euros in an apartament with 3 rooms, shared with 2 colleagues.(I’m paying 100 euros, the apartment is 300 euros), in Romania.

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FlashTang
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I wonder. How much this cost where you live now? Here is 2,70$ at the moment

270 USD for a cup of coffe + bread? , that’s unbelievable
you know that’s what a general worker of China can earn in a month
You misread, he said $2,79 not $270.
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pezflash
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$2700 for a nice loft in Tel-Aviv (...)

Didn’t know Israel was so expensive!

I’m paying €160/month for a workplace (half big room) in the center of Madrid. All included. Is not an office, but a big old flat we (several freelancers, architects, translators…) refurbished for working. Since a couple of years many business related with co-working are merging all around the city, so right now you can find nice and well located places to work for €100-€200.

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DarkstarDesigns
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I live in England where things are pretty expensive, my rent is about $2418.30 a month. I live with my girlfriend, yeah we follow the 30% rules, just saving to buy a house in the next 6 months.

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tsafi
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$2700 for a nice loft in Tel-Aviv (...)
Didn’t know Israel was so expensive!

I’m paying €160/month for a workplace (half big room) in the center of Madrid. All included. Is not an office, but a big old flat we (several freelancers, architects, translators…) refurbished for working. Since a couple of years many business related with co-working are merging all around the city, so right now you can find nice and well located places to work for €100-€200.
Ill swap to Spain in any giving day :P,its Just Tel-Aviv ,its like Manhattan in price, once you leave the city prices drop down ,but in general the cost of living here is crazy for the money you make here .

Still nothing compeer as to pay for a ticket in a good place on the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium :P

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Graphic-Studio
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Rent in Santa Barbara California is about $1,200.00 for a single Bedroom.

I paid 1,950.00 + 400.00 more for Utilities etc. for a Small 1 BDRM Cottage.

That’s why I had to give up the mortgage.

Apartment hunting now. $1,800.00 usd + for a 2 Bedroom, plus utilities!

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alkis
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I wonder. How much this cost where you live now? Here is 2,70$ at the moment

Cappuccino about 3 euros, croissant about 1.50-2.00 euros. Greeks are jealous of Italians for their cheap and high quality coffee in cafeterias. :-)

(on topic: Rent is between 300-600 euros here usually, depending on the apartment)

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mikedidthis
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I live in England where things are pretty expensive, my rent is about $2418.30 a month. I live with my girlfriend, yeah we follow the 30% rules, just saving to buy a house in the next 6 months.

+1. We rent a 3 bedroom house that is around £650 / $995 (aud) a month, before a single bill is paid. It is great at the moment, but we shall be moving to our own (smaller) place hopefully next year. Just have to wait to have two years accounts. :(

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