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I have been working for the last 6+ months on moving to Portland and I am just about there! (Kinda have to be, I am starting PSU June 22nd!)

Anyway, I am looking at good, quiet housing within walking distance to PSU. Most of the cheaper housing I fear will be taken by the 18-22-somethings. And while I don't begrudge them the right to be young and boisterous - I am 40 and really like my quiet:) So, for all of you in the know - can you give me some apartment names that are relatively inexpensive and yet decent? I love the idea of Ladd, but if I can get away without paying over $1000/month that would be fantastic.

Every time I have tried to move to Portland in the past, something has come up. Now, with school less than a month away, I am on my way - I just don't know exactly which spot yet:)

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I do cleaning for Pierson Property Management and they have several properties around PSU and close to downtown. You may want to check with them. Their phone # is (503) 460-0866.

PS PSU is awesome. I just personally graduated with BA in Criminal Justice. Good luck!

Galina
Flawless Keeping
Ph (503) 961-4788
www.FlawlessKeeping.com

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