Moving with an infant without Husband


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amit kalia   
Member since: Nov 03
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-01-07 22:57:46

Maharaj,

What's your problem? Can you mind your own business.

Do you have any issue with my helping someone who might be in need?

Do you think REALTORs make any money when they rent?

The answer in NO, it is not worth one's time and effort. It is just GOOD service.

Instead of sitting on this site and just nitpicking, it would help if you contribute something of VALUE.


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cmanyam   
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Location: TORONTO

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 16-01-07 03:05:41

Maharaj what do you think

I dont see any issue with amit responce, he is trying to help people stright to the point (question raised by gilbil).

I think we should apriciate this people responce, responding is up to their wish.

cmanyam
abu dhabi



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tamilkuravan   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 16-01-07 10:24:45

I agree with Maharaj. The OP asked for something else and Amit's post was totally out of context.
Besides there are tons of good rentable spaces which start from $700 a month.
Just expressing my views. No hard feelings.
TK A


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amit kalia   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 16-01-07 11:27:26

Quote:
Originally posted by tamilkuravan

Besides there are tons of good rentable spaces which start from $700 a month.
Just expressing my views. No hard feelings.
TK A



Are you talking about low standard basement apartments, one room shared accommodations or about cheap HWY 10 rental buildings south of Dundas in Mississauga? Areas where crime /drug rate is high.

It might seem to be OK for some people. Not for a professional single lady with an infant, in my opinion. That's why I suggested an affordable DECENT PLACE IN A GOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD. NOT JUST CHEAP RENT.

TK, you might be an EXPERT in your line of work, but BELIEVE ME, I know my STUFF really well. And better than you, of course.

No hard feelings!


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RE/MAX Real Estate Centre., Brokerage
independently owned & operated
100 City Centre Dr, Unit 1-702
Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9
Phone No.: 905-339-5111
Website: https://www.realestate-ontario.com/
Condo Blog: https://condopundit.com/blog/


amit kalia   
Member since: Nov 03
Posts: 434
Location: Mississauga

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 16-01-07 11:28:35

I am NOT discussing this further and I have made my point.

I am sure that some folks find it funny to quibble over insignificant details and ENJOY great sense of PLEASURE over minute, trivial, unjustified criticism and faultfinding.

Can we make CD a better place to live?


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RE/MAX Real Estate Centre., Brokerage
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Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9
Phone No.: 905-339-5111
Website: https://www.realestate-ontario.com/
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gilbil   
Member since: Jan 07
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 17-01-07 01:51:42

Thanks to all your responses.

Amit, I am not looking for a rental accomadation as that front is taken care of.
thanks Anyway.



rajcanada   
Member since: Jul 03
Posts: 2713
Location: Kitchener, ON

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 17-01-07 07:49:51

Thank you very much Amitji for cooling down.

Gilbil, daycare is pretty expensive around ~$700 a month for a toddler in Kitchener, Toronto would not be any cheaper.

People with low income can apply for child care subsidy but I think it is help for short term.



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