Please HELP New Grad NYC to OU Medical - page 3

by Groovychick718 6,340 Views | 32 Comments

Hello I'm a new grad and I've just been hired by OU Medical Center. With the big move fast approaching I still have so many unanswered questioned that I should have probably already researched hahaha. If anyone would be so kind... Read More


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    Hey I took the job too! How crazy so you are a Cardiac Resident then? As am I! I need to fly out in the next few weekends to look for a place as well.
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    Yes m'am! I'll be on nights. Yayyy, I know one person now . Well I'll be going out there next week to look for places also, I'll def keep you posted
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    Okay T minus one month til Okc and STILL no real prospects for amd apartment...anywhere even kind of affordable with my salary has a waitlist... These apartments are ridic expensive, and this is coming from someone who lives in NYC..A nurse should be able to afford a safe 1 bedroom apartment this is insane..
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    Where are you looking for apartments? Let me know if I can be of assistance in any way.
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    Check out the Willow Cliff apartments. During my time there, the commute to OU Medical Center was relatively short, perhaps 15 to 20 minutes on the interstate. The rent was $452 for a one bedroom unit on a month-to-month basis and would have been cheaper if we had signed a long term lease.
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    Quail Ridge Apartments at Memorial and May is also very reasonable. Several 1 bedroom options ranging from $440-$490 per month. Easy access to the freeway as well, plus shopping and dining right around the corner. The commute to OU Medical Center is about 15-20 minutes from there. There are several other apartment complexes in that general vicinity, but Quail Ridge is in my opinion the nicest.
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    Hey ladies thank you so much for the suggestions!! I just returned from OKC..I didn't get a chance to to check out Willow Creeak but Quail Ridge was in a great neighborhood however when I passed by it looked just a tad bit shady lol and since im super paranoid I ended up going with a more expensive complex ..and a short term lease, just so that I can move into a more affordable option should the opportunity arise
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    Last inquiry I swear...Does anyone know any good car leasing companies? I'll be headed back down to OKC soon, so I figured I will definitely be needing to figure out transportation... So much to do, so little time :/
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    Quote from Groovychick718
    Last inquiry I swear...Does anyone know any good car leasing companies? I'll be headed back down to OKC soon, so I figured I will definitely be needing to figure out transportation... So much to do, so little time :/
    During my time in OK, people generally bought their cars and strayed away from leasing. However, you could visit any major new car dealership and they'd be happy to lease you a vehicle if your credit history is acceptable to them.
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    Do you have any idea why leasing was frowned upon in OKC? Are they the normal issues that come with leasing? Ex. High insurance etc


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