What is the average cost of utilities for a 2 bedroom apartment?
Answer Electric bills are usually pretty small for one bedroom apartments, maybe $60; however, there are many factors that determine how much the bill will be. Some are where you live, how much electricity you use, the square footage of the apartment, etc. The best way to estimate how much your ele…ctricity might be is to talk to others who rent one bedroom apartments the size you want to rent in your area. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe price of any utility bill depends on how much is being used and how much the company is charging. Ask the landlord or previous renter what the average month use/charge was to get an idea.
The average cost of an electric bill for a two bedroom apartment is$100. The exact amount will differ depending on the occupants' useof electricity.
We live in a 850 sq ft. house (~10 yrs old) that we pay $900/month in rent(which is really good deal for living west of downtown). On average we pay $180 for our utilities. Our gas bill fluctuates from around $30-50 in the summer to about $100-$120 in the winter. And we split our water/sewer bill 50…%-50% with our landlord (most water/sewer is included in rent). Gas is by Unisource Energy Services, and electric is by APS. Great college town to live in, full of live music and plenty of recreation! (MORE)
Call the utility company and ask them what the average bill was for that address.
The average cost to rent a one bedroom apartment depends uponlocation and requirements. Rent in an urban area is often muchhigher than a more rural setting.
on the road coming south from the blue angel hotel there is a mcdonalds i stopped in to by a big breakfast and a coffee it was $17. wow there must be a mistake no those tank trucks out there bring us water so the water must be trucked in perhaps $1 a gallon some places you never ventu…re outside without a raincoat some without a slicker and hip boots so are you in yellowknife, panama city,or elsmere island (MORE)
The average utility bill in the United States, for a 2 bedroomapartment that is about 900 square feet in size, is approximately$58 a month. This can depend on what electric company is beingused, and where the apartment is located.
Different parts of Mexico all have different average rent pricesfor a 2 bedroom apartment. Most places will cost you around 700 USdollars per month.
I would say about $700-$800 check out the classifieds on theprogress.com It's the Chilliwack newspaper.
The cost of an average water bill for a one bedroom apartment willvary depending on the location. The water bill should be pricedanywhere from $15 dollars to $35.00.
The overall cost of living is 7% below the national average, and apartments for rent run at an average monthly cost of $750, with utilities averaging $90 per month. This varies greatly based location and age of the complex. In general, downtown is the most expensive. Recommend you check the rel…ated links to determine most recent prices for places around town. (MORE)
The average cost to add a two bedroom addition to your home is20,000 dollars. It can cost more depending on the size.
I live in a one bedroom house in Kentucky and it cost me about 1300 for utilities to heat my house in the winter. this is the ocst for the whole winter
The average cost of utilities for a one-bedroom apartment will vary by location. In the southern states they are typically lower because the winters tend to be rather warmer. Of course, the summers can be hotter, but that can happen anywhere, even in Canada. This being said, the average cost of esse…ntial utilities for a one-bedroom apartment ranges from about $85 to 150 per month in the southern states, while they may climb up to $200 per month in northern states. In the northern states utilities may also include separate fuel for heating, which may be gas, oil, wood, or coal, in addition to electricity. In the South, essential utilities typically include gas and electricity, and maybe wood for fireplace. (MORE)
This is a very hard thing to answer. I mean things change very quickly. First, if you are living in an aparment building your cost will be much lower than if you are renting a house. On average a month I pay about $30 water/sewer/trash, $200 tv/phone/internet, $100 electric, $50 summer/$150 winter f…or gas. If you are looking for an apartment try to find one that is heated by electric and not gas, that will save you boat loads of money. So an average month I pay between $480-$380 a month in utilities. Though, if you don't need a phone, internet, and cable your cost goes down by $200/month. So try to figure out ways to budget your money. (MORE)
The monthly cost of an apartments utilities vary based on region,apartment size, and energy costs, among others. Common utilitycosts that must taken into consideration when factoring the cost ofleasing apartments are electricity, water, waste disposal,internet, television and others. Some apartment …may includeinternet and water, while others may charge for each service. It isadvisable to contact the landlords or leasing offices to understandwhich utilities are involved in the contract before signature. (MORE)
Your best bet will to be go onto a apartment search engine like rent.com to find this out. You can also look at craigslist.com for private renters. They WILL NOT advertise with rent.com.
The cost for my one bedroom apartment is anywhere from $45.00-$65.00 a month, depending on how much I'm home and how conservative I am.
If the apartment is heated with gas, it should cost about 50 to 60dollars per month for electricity and gas except in the winter whengas cost will rise to about 80 dollars per month. Water and garbageare usually included in the rent.
The average cost of a two bedroom apartment in Minnesota is $900.There are more expensive and less expensive apartments in differentareas of the city.
The cost of a gas bill in a one bedroom apartment is around 25-35dollars a month. During the summer time if the apartment isequipped with central air the cost may fluctuate to 50 dollars onaverage.
The average electric bill for a 2 bedroom apartment is $50. Theexact numbers will depend on the amount of electricity used by theindividual.
ANSWER: . That's impossible to calculate--too many variables such as square feet, one story or two, all electric or electric/gas, how big your lawn is (water), how old or energy efficient the house is, and where you live. Utility prices vary greatly between states and even within the same state. … We moved within 200 miles in the same state (Texas) from a four bedroom, two story 3000 square foot house to a two story 2900 square foot house, both built in the last 10 years, both with pools, and the electric in the first house was around $350 in the hottest part of the summer and in the second it was over $800. We had our second house inspected for problems and were assured that was typical for our area. Always ask to see utility bills before you put an offer in on a house. (MORE)
With a two bedroom apartment if it doesn't include water it willcost approximately 30-35 a month. This is if the water isn't usedall the time then it can get up into the 50's.
It depends entriely on the city and where in that city the apartment is located. can average from 250 all the way to 2500 just depends where you are staying also for a bakery 500
The average cost to rent a two bedroom house or apartment in Miami,FL is about 900 to about 1,350 dollars per month. If utilities areincluded, it would cost somewhat more.
The average cost to rent a three bedroom apartment varies dependingon the location of the apartment. Some may be rented for as low as600.00 dollars while others may be 2,000.00 or more.
Depends, of course. But in general something between 1,000 to 1,600 sq feet. Here's a graph I found of apartment sizes in Manhattan. Who knows how accurate this info is, but you can bet NYC apts are generally smaller than non-urban apts.\n(http://curbed.com/uploads/2006_09_miller_sqft-thumb.jpg)
You could call the electric company and ask them what the averageis for the property you are looking at. Some electric companieswill not give out this information because they do not want to getin trouble with the landlord, but it can't hurt to ask.
Well... I just got my APS bill after living in my 1 bedroom appartment for one month and it apparently costs me about $120. I try to be energy efficient (when I remember) by turning off lights when not in use, turning up the air when I'm not home and unplugging things like chargers because even when… you don't plug, for example, you cell phone in, the charger will still use up your electricity. I think my bill was a little on the high end too because they charged me $30 to to set it up in my appartment. Hopefully, my next bill will only be $80 (or much less :P) (MORE)
The average cost of utilities will depend if they are all electricor electric and gas. Electric will run around 150 dollars to 200dollars. Gas will be 75 to 100 dollars a month. This also dependson whether you will be running air or not.
The average cost for electricity in an one bedroom apartment inMississippi is close to $50 per month. The amount will varydepending upon the things that you use on a daily basis.
The average basic cable bill without excessive channels or moviechannels will be around 50 dollars. If you would like a moreexpensive package with Internet, it will be around 80 dollars.
\nI'd say average for a 2 bedroom can run from 800-1000. That is in a decent area and the complex is decent too. I have seen them as low as 600 and as high as 2000. but average you are probably going to run between the 800 and 1000 range.
The size of an apartment is not a good yardstick to determine howmuch to expect to pay as phone charges. The time spent on the phoneand the destinations called are the main determinants of the pricepeople pay.
The size of the home doesn't really matter. A cable connection to the internet usually runs around $60 a month, but can vary with package deals and incentives.
It all depends on where you are buying the apartment. A Californian apartment would cost much more than an Alaskan apartment.
I just moved away from central FL (Melbourne area) after living there for 22 years. If the apartment is well insulated (hard to tell till after you start living there) and has an a/c with energy rating of 14 or higher, then your electric bill should average about $120 a month and be around a high of… $150 from May through October. While cooling your apartment (and I'm talking keeping the thermostat about 77 deg F) will be the majority of your electricity consumption, if you use LOTS of hot water and do LOTS of cooking (the vast majority of residences in FL do NOT have natural gas at all) then the electric bill will be higher.. I lived in a 3 bed / 2 bath 1300 sq ft (under a/c) wood frame house from 1987 to 2002 that was well insulated and had a new a/c with a 14 ER, and the electric bill was about $20 per month higher than what I figure for a 2 bed apartment. In 2002 I married a woman who had a 2 bed / 2 bath 1100 sq ft (under a/c) double-wide mobile home (permanently installed on the lot she owned) and moved-in with her. That double-wide had mediocre insulation and a new a/c with a 14 ER. She took long hot showers, but we did not cook much. The electric bill ranged from $135 in FEB to $190 MAY - SEP, roughly averaging $160 per month (the bill-leveling program to spread electric cost evenly over the year kept the bill within a few dollars of $160). (MORE)
Would depend on the construction and location of the apartment and your utility co rates. But in Green Bay Wisconsin it runs me about $50-$80 a month in summer for gas and elec and $160-$190 a month in the winter. Depends on the weather and how much I play with my electronic toys like my three compu…ters, 40' HDTV, DVD players...... (MORE)
You will have the following costs: This assumes a 3 bedroom is about 1400 sq. ft. Heat: This all depends on what floor you are on. The higher floors will have nearly no heat bill if you pay yourself. Even the third floor of a triple decker will be very inexpensive compared to any first floor pl…ace. If the heat is included beware that you will likely not control the thermostat and the temperature is controlled for the whole building. This is usually steam radiators. If included, it is free, but your rent is higher. Electric heat for this type of unit will be $250 to $300 in the winter on lower floors and about $150 on upper floors. You can get budget pay with NStar the electric company and they will do a fixed amount with electric heat so you pay year round about $150 per month on lower floors and $100 on upper. This will also cover an electric hot water heater and other electric. If you have gas heat , the cost will likely be more in the winter and almost nothing in the summer. Gas heat, hot water and oven will run you about $350 or $400 on lower floors in peak months and budget pay amounts about $160/month and on upper floors could be as low as $150 peak and $80 budget pay if you do it for 12 months. If you have oil heat , cut a deal with the oil people. Be sure to check windows and doors and the newness of the system if you want a low heat bill. Cable TV is either RCN or Comcast and that depends on how much you want to watch. Your antenna will get you about 10 stations for free. Water bill is included in all places in Allston, so is sewer and garbage. If you choose a particular address, you can call Nstar for the average electric bill and ask for the high and low as well and they will give it to you right over the phone. Keyspan (Now called National Grid) is the provider for Natural Gas - they will do the same thing if you ask. (MORE)
This really depends on where you live. In Pennsylvania, USA, the average water bill for two people living in a two bedroom apartment last year was about $50 every three months, but that was actually half of the bill for a house divided into two 2BR apartments. Three people lived in the other half. I… know, we only should have had to be 2/5! But it was not my decision. (MORE)
This varies significantly based on location - where in the world you live, and the time of year. In the U.S. the bill could be as inexpensive as $20 when no heat or air conditioning are used at one extreme - and well over $200 in an expensive area when you are using electric heat or air conditionin…g. Check with neighbors, previous tenants, or landlord for a better answer. In some area the local electric company will also provide estimates. (MORE)
I just moved out of an 2bedrooom two of us lived there. we paid aprox.75$ every bill(bc hydro) we were billed every 3months. we were loyal about conserving electricity ie turning lights off, energy efficient bulbs. Heat and hot water were not electric though. If you have an electric heater you'll be… paying more . (MORE)
There is no particular answer to this question. First of all there are several variables to consider. First is location. If someone lives in Alaska, the electric biill is going to be different than someone who lives in Arizona. The next variable is the temperature you prefer. Some people are more wa…rmblooded than other people. The next factor is if you have gas or electric utilities or both. These are just a few variables to consider. (MORE)
Depends entirely on the location, and the type of utilities. Gas, water, sewer, and electricity have different rates in different places. How well the home is constructed will also have an impact on costs.
I have a two bedroom, 900 square foot apartment and I pay about$55 a month with 2 adults and 2 children living there.
You might want to call HUD in Washington, DC,which might be able to provide you with that information.
"3 bedroom apartments in Barcelona vary in price, depending on time of year and location. They are generally 150-250 per night. When booking, remember to check for additional costs as there are often additional costs for cleaning or other services."
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