Our roommate is moving at the end of the month, and Matt and I are considering finding someone to sublet the second bedroom for a couple months (just to save money--after that, we want to live by ourselves & have the second room set up for the kids). In any case, I was perusing Craigslist today looking for grad students seeking summer sublets, when I came across this compelling post.
- $300 Unique Situation. Need A Room to Rent But i Wont Really Live There (pittsburg / antioch)
So here is the thing.
Myself and my lover are both in other relationships because of personal reasons. While we are in this unique dating situation we tend to rent a lot of hotel rooms and instead of having to deal with hotels check in check out etc. I figure it would be nice to rent a room from someone with the space locally, that way we would have our own private place to go to whenever we want, however we would not live there. Probably spend one night every two weeks there and poke our heads in and out maybe twice a week, but we would be on time with the rent every month. Basically, you get help with the bills and don't really have anyone living with you. No one making dishes, doing laundry, nothing. Just coming in a few days a week, handling our personal business and leaving. Done. All we ask is respect for the space we rent and discretion. our affairs are for our own judgement not anyone else's.
were looking for something about 300 a month and local. in brentwood, antioch, oakley, pittsburg, knightson, etc.
please email if this appeals to you.
it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
Granted, we don't live in Pittsburg/Antioch, so this doesn't really apply to us anyway, but I mean WTF. Can you imagine?! People are such scoundrels. Ughhhhhh.
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