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
Melbourne, 2BR apartment near outskirt of the CBD is $1980 per month for me… :’( no bills included.