Nothing is worse than looking for a place. Especially with, like what Dawnjay said, the amount of misrepresented apartments.
Looking for a new apartment is almost as awful and soul-sucking as looking for a new job (both compete for a special place in hell). Apartments are always more expensive than you remember them being last time you looked; everywhere you go under your budget is in a basement that smells like stale cigarettes and failure. Anything over budget is tantalizingly nice but will decimate your bank account. Nobody calls you back. Craigslist is teeming with poorly-photographed, all-caps entries, and the site’s no-sharing data policy means other sites are lacking.
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