City View at the Highlands apts (on Highland Ave) are really nice, and they're only a year old. They're spacious, modern, and there is a pool. They are slightly pricey, but many ccom students live there, and the place is only like 2 min from campus. A two bedroom/2 bath runs around 1250, a one bedroom/1 bath runs around 1100, and a studio is approx 900. If you decide to try it, be sure to ask for a discount. They do give them and have a special midwestern discount.mdcool said:Hello~ I have a question concerning about the housing price near the CCOM.
Apartments or single houses including townhomes.....
If you have any input...I really appreciate it.
WoW....That's really expensive. I was just wondering....because, I just didn't want to pay apartment rent anymore. However, what can I do.... ^^iwillbesoon said:Hey.
I'm basically from where CCOM is (less than a hour away), so I guess I can field the house question: it's expensive. Honestly, I think about 180,000 is the absolute lowest you could pay for something that's not a dump...and at the same time, I don't think you'll find anything for that price. I think recently I've seen stuff going for the mid 200's and 300's.
I'm sure there's gotta be exceptions to that if you look around...
Edit: Know what? I think I'm wrong. I think it's higher. I checked some real estate site out of curiosity, and found one with the title "IN DOWNERS GROVE FOR UNDER 300,000!!!!!!!" ....dude, that's not a good sign. Most of the homes on the sites I checked were high 200s, low 300s.
No, pets are not allowed in the dorms. You have to ask someone about the on-campus apartments though, but I doubt it. I live in the new dorms and they are super nice, I may stay here next year too.juantonamera said:Here's another CCOM housing question. Do they allow pets in any of the student housing areas? Or are me and my dog going to have to live off campus?