>You will have a hard time finding an apartment without a job because rentcucks like you are very high risk. You could use your parents as guarantors though if you think you can make it in time.
What do you recommend I do then Mr. Jewstein, buy a house? Take out a mortgage?
Because at this point I'm considering it. You were totally right all apartments I've checked thus far are 1.5-1.9k at the cheapest in my immediate vicinity, even worse that isn't the problem, the problem is leasing, if they don't offer a month to month lease contract then I'll be fucked by month 3 if I can't reinvest my time to getting higher paying jobs like I plan to, of course we all know plans don't always go how we want. Although the most annoying thing about this whole ordeal is that my mother just immediately told me off regarding the whole thing because she told me I won't find a month to month lease, I had to scream at her that it's at least worth going to see all those vacant apartments then just asking the landlord there and then if I can get a month to month lease.
Shout out to the guy in this thread always trying to get me to speak to people. You will get your wish at last.
I found a apartment for $900 in
Which works well since I can stretch out my cash to 4 months there, and get a better job there.
But I still want to see all my options.
>Are you a full time student under the age of 24? Most banks offer student accounts with no fee at all. They will even give you money for doing certain types of transactions. You will need 2 photo id and proof of school attendance.
This might be a problem, I can only present maybe one photo id, and can only provide online attendance.