20,000 Thai Baht in Bangkok, Thailand, which is about 660 us dollars. I paid much cheaper before, but I recently upgraded to a newer, better and bigger condo.
pezflash saidThis is not expensive at all. I share a flat with 3 other students and I pay 220E for the room (fees not included) in Valencia.
tsafi saidDidn’t know Israel was so expensive!
$2700 for a nice loft in Tel-Aviv (...)
I’m paying €160/month for a workplace (half big room) in the center of Madrid. All included. Is not an office, but a big old flat we (several freelancers, architects, translators…) refurbished for working. Since a couple of years many business related with co-working are merging all around the city, so right now you can find nice and well located places to work for €100-€200.
Well, mine is just for working, living places are more expensive. 220€ for a flat with 3 others is a resonable price, anyway i think Valencia is mostly the same as Madrid in term of renting prices. Outside the city, for example, in , (45km) where i belongs to (a fantastic place, btw), you can get a really nice flat just for you for 500€.
250$ / month for a room in a shared flat. Another 200$ for the very healthy food which I also prepare by myself.
I cut my costs so I can spend rest of my earnings for alcohol and drugs. ( just kiddin )
I live in Ontario, Canada. I work full time for a University as a senior Computer Programmer Analyst doing web development and software development.
I pay $900 CAD a month (2 bedroom apartment) that includes utilities. My other fees are my two children. Having sole custody and primary residence you can imagine things can get expensive