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It features three bedrooms, one bath, hardwood floors throughout, central air, large front porch, laundry chute, and washer/dryer hookups available in basement. Tenant pays for unit's Gas, Electric, and other utilities such as Cable/Internet
(Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping))Price: $20.15
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Advertise with Buffalo Rising Buffalo Rising is a nationally recognized website that delivers highly influential content and advertising that is relevant to people living in and around Buffalo, NY. Our readers trust us to serve as one of their... Charming and classic 1920’s Buffalo double lower apartment, located in a central neighborhood that is just steps away from Delaware Park, Wegmans, and Buff State campus. Available January 1, 2017: Rent is $950/month, on a month to month lease. First month’s rent plus security deposit will be due at time of lease signing. Tenant pays for unit’s Gas, Electric, and other utilities such as Cable/Internet. I like these postings to keep a pulse on the current market in Buffalo. It would be cool to have some comparison in the article such as showing 3 or 4 units at the same rent to see the variables. Con: definitely STREET PARKING which is ins’t ideal in Buffalo (winters). A lot of cities have something like this (What can $3,000 get you in San Francisco, What can you get for $3,500 in NYC). com/2016/11/29/13771426/new-york-city-rent-east-village-williamsburg-comparison. First, this isn’t paid content, and it’s deceptive to headline this post as anything other than an apartment listing. It’s not even content. it’s an ad. Like you said, paid ads have a function in the maintenance of a website, but this isn’t on the site as an ad. it’s a dedicated article. Now, if STEELE went anywhere beyond repeating the listing, like how it’s an anomaly compared to other local listings, or that it reveals a trend that he’s noticing based on this listing, that might be something to read about, but this is nothing... If anyone is looking to get the pulse of the apartment rental market, there are real estate sites dedicated to that and lots of places to hunt for apartments. I’d even go so far as to say that putting this up as a featured article corrupts the fair housing market, where this landlord is getting an unfair advantage through free priority exposure. But you go ahead and read this as newsworthy, K. “I’d even go so far as to say that putting this up as a featured article corrupts the fair housing market” – That’s like saying the Buffalo Home Finder “corrupts” the market because not everyone... “This Craig’s List ad” – Is that not explicitly clear enough for you to understand that this is in fact writing based on an ad. Those are the first 4 words of the article. Did you get upset when Thanksgiving recipes were included in the Buffalo News last week. How dare they run ads for turkey, potatoes and squash farmers. In addition to proofreaders it would be good if BRO actually PAID writers. From what I understand the writers work for free unless I was given incorrect information. If the information is correct, then this kind of “accidental volunteer’ work is unbalanced and unfair to our community. 1) It doesn’t help improve the local economy. Even with small payments people would be grateful to submit content (other than store openings and development projects). 2) There could be “volunteer option” for people/students who want to hone writing/research skills which would be fair to paid writers, should payment ever materialize. 3) Unfortunately, zero pay doesn’t really help with commitment to accuracy or engagement. 4) It’s unprofessional to use intellectual property (ie: when articles used to be more engaging) without anything in return to the writer. With that said, I really can’t criticize any of the content written by others too harshly nor should others. Working for free (aside from the profits of the owners/founders) isn’t ideal nor should it be acceptable for on line publication selling so much advertising. Shop local that we keep hearing bout should be balanced with “work local/get paid locally”. Off track perhaps, but I still believe this article is a nice change from the endless ads veiled as content everyday. So you don’t know a single soul on the planet that has a hobby that requires time and effort but for which they don’t receive pay.
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