I bought a house in Norway and now I have a bunch of other things to do besides housework.
I’m looking for a place that is close to my work and will allow me to keep my house clean.
I’ll rent an apartment for about $300 a month with utilities and internet.
My roommate and I also need to pay for some furniture, but that will cost about $200.
I have no mortgage, so I’m trying to find a place where I can make that money back.
I’ve already tried to get a credit card and pay for a car payment, but it’s not always possible.
I don’t want to be stuck in a situation where I have to borrow money from family members to pay the rent.
What is the cheapest place to live in Norwegians?
article The cheapest place I could find is in Oslo, a city in Norway that is well-known for its sunny climate and mild winters.
But you could also live in other parts of Norway, such as Halden in Sweden.
For some reason, Norway is more expensive than the U.S. for some of these places.
For example, the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Haldan is around $3,800 a month, while the average price for a three-bedroom in Halkom is around the same.
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