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Question Good/Bad Furniture - August 11th 2013, 08:26 PM

I guess I am looking for personal stories and advice. It's more geared to really anyone but also to those who live on your own.

So, I have a viewing for a basement bachelor apartment in a few days at this point I am not sure if there is any furniture but I also would like to get some of my own pieces.

Has anyone had any bad experiences with used furniture at stores or online, or even people just getting rid of furniture for free when it's in good condition?

I've been renting for almost 4 years now and all the rooms have furniture so I haven't gotten anything because I didn't need to. But since this is my own place aside from the family I feel it's a great start to get furniture of my own. I hope there is a bed... or I will end up getting a blow up mattress

Now, this is a great location for buses, I am next to the College and more possible jobs I can work at. Since it's more than where I am at, a job is needed. How do you know if something is a rip off for retail price on items?

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Re: Good/Bad Furniture - August 13th 2013, 08:35 PM

I've never had a problem personally nor has any1 I know that has done it had an issue. All the furniture either purchased online or during garage sales seems to have always been in pretty good condition. Used of course but not to the point where it's like garbage. As for your last question I'm not really sure what you're asking so I'm not sure how to respond to it, sorry. Hope I've helped out some though!
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