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Where to Look for Housing

Apartments and houses are advertised in the classified section of daily newspapers. The telephone directory Yellow Pages also lists apartment complexes. You can find places to rent on bulletin boards in supermarkets in your area, and there are often “For Rent” signs on apartment buildings or houses. Newspaper advertisements usually tell you where the apartment or house is located, how may rooms it includes, when it is available, what is included in the price, and describes other important features. There are also numerous online apartment and housing listings.

For help finding a home in your area, visit Community Profiles.














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