Charlotte/Burlington

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fishhuntadventure
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Charlotte/Burlington

Postby fishhuntadventure » Wed Jan 01, 2020 6:26 pm

Hi. It’s been a while since I’ve been very active here. Hopefully that’ll change this year. I miss the game!

Please allow me the indiscretion of posting a personal ad hahaha.

I’m looking to rent a small apartment -not in the city if I can. Just me. Not a partier. No shenanigans.
New job in Burlington and would like to rent a place inexpensively that I can also safely keep a boat.

At this point I mostly just need housing ASAP so I can move to the area and start the new job. Currently in Keene NH and that’s way too far to drive daily LOL

Charlotte would be ideal…the idea of living close to a launch is intoxicating.
Get off work; go fishing :)

Text me if you are aware of anything. The advertised rentals I’ve been looking through seem way too expensive.
Thanks
Mark -
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tmcaul
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Re: Charlotte/Burlington

Postby tmcaul » Thu Jan 02, 2020 10:56 am

I'm going to send you a PM about a rental posted today in Charlotte. I know nothing about the property, but the rental price does not seem high for this area.
Tom
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Re: Charlotte/Burlington

Postby Reelax » Mon Jan 06, 2020 6:11 am

Glad to hear your back around Mark... the salmon have missed ya.....
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