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Where can I find an all-bills-paid condo/apartment in Houston?

I know of the 2016 Main downtown, 150 Gessner, and The Oaks of Woodlake. What other condo/apartments feature all-bills-paid?

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Where can I find an all-bills-paid condo/apartment in Houston?

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Posted on Feb 15, 2017 in Topic: General
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I know of the 2016 Main downtown, 150 Gessner, and The Oaks of Woodlake. What other condo/apartments feature all-bills-paid?

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  • All-bills-paid -- meaning Electricity, water, drainage, cable, etc. is included in the monthly rental rate.
    about 7 months ago
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Ashlee Morris
about 7 months ago
Hi there, depending on the area of town you're able to find some condo's that include utilities like water, trash pick up, landscaping, some include cable and internet.

For specifics please email me your desired area and price range I'll be happy to pull some reports and send them your way! AshleeMorris@Remax.Net


about 7 months ago
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Solomon Johnson
about 5 months ago
If you are looking for an apartment to rent, my source link can be helpful for you in this case. Generally, all-bills-paid is not very often practice in rentals. You should better construct your question in order to receive a better response.


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https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/houston-tx

about 5 months ago
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Dominik Szabo
about 5 months ago
Dear Jay,
It depends on the infrastructure of the Apartment. Usually the all-bills-paid is because the apartment complex does not have separate metering of each apartment.
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about 5 months ago
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Jordana Ford
about 2 months ago
Generally the older complexes will have that configuration. I currently manage a unit in Westchase built in 1968 that does not have individual meters. Generally the monthly condo fees will be very high if utilities are included.


about 2 months ago
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