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PARKING AVAIL. CENTRAL Cam-
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PARKING ON CENTRALCampus-
covered and uncoved. Call"
734-995-9200 for details.
R E ALT Y
Now Leasing for May/Fall 2010
Houses that accommodate
up to 20 people
Immediate Occupancy Available
Hundreds of Central Campus
1998 BMW 540. Good condition.
175,000 miles. Original owner.
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4 ELEVEN LOFTS is now leasing
for 2010. Private bedrooms, even pri-
vate baths. All-new, furmished, 2
blocks from Central Campus. Reserve
now, lock in great rates. Limited 2009
spaces available - ask about specials.
' CENTRAL CAMPUS!
6 & 7 BEDROOM HOUSES
Updated, beautifully furnished
Parking, free laundry
Leasing now for May 2010
! BEAUTIFUL HOMES 11
6 and 7 bedrooms Near Campss, 8 mo
lease. APPLY NOW for Aug/Sep
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1!!! 4 LG. Bdrm. house. 5 person.
Mary Ct. at IM bldg. Ldry., prkg. May-
May $2210. 845-399-9904.
* NOW LEASING FOR MAY 2010
***AWESOME 3 BDRM house. Let's
make a deal. Avail. Fall '09. On
Dewey, near Yost Arena. Free offstreet
prkg, Indry, water incl. 734.223.7777.
1 & 2 Bdrm. furn. apts. 402 Hill St. &
1313 S. State. Avail now. Ldry., A/C,
heat, free prkg. Call 734-904-6735.
100 STEPS FROM Michigan Stadium
Three bedroom house, two car garage,
sunroom, formal dining room, dish-
washer, hardwood flooring, ceramic
bath, full basement w/ laundry and attic
storage. Great for UM football fans
and/or EMU commuters. Call Pat 663-
2 BDRM APARTMENT available in
the shadow of U of M hospital on
Fuller. Furnished, heat, water and park-
ing included. Move in today. Call Cam-
pus Management 734-663-4101.
20 PERSON HOUSE available fall
2010. Located Near Oakland and Hill.
Call 734-995-9200 for details.
The Ann Arbor Ordinance doesn't stop
students from thningabout housing early,
so why should you? Advertise leases for
now, May, and Fall2aoio! Reach over 40,ooo
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Deadline Oct. 22
Published Oct. 28
2 BR APARTMENTS $795 and up,
Available for Immediate Occupancy on
Central Campus Heat, Water, and Park-
ing Included. Call 734-995-9200 or
stop into 616 Church Street for more in-
3 AND 4 BR Units. Central Campus
and Kerry Town. Immediate Occu-
pancy. Best Locations, Best Prices,
Best Landlord. Call 734-995-9200 or
3 BDRM $1200/MO + util. Short term
avail. 1037 Packard. 734 996 1991.
7 BDRM HSE on Kingsley and State-
for 2010. Free parking. (248) 910-2286.
I drrm. Units
Tower Plaza Condominium
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NOW LEASING FOR 2010-2011-
Arch Realty located at 616 Church
Street, for more details call 734-995-
9200 or see www.archrealtyco.com
AVAILABLE FALL 2010
AVAILABLE NOW 1 bdrm. on, S.
Forest near South U. 734-996-2836.
AVAILABLE NOW! GREAT 2
Bdrm apt. in prime location, private bal-
cony, heal/water incl., fully furnished,
free parking, $999/mo. 734-665-8825.
AWESOME LOCATION 2, 6 & 9
Bedroom, fully furn, large kitchens,
full size washer & dryer, on site
parking. For more information call
Laura at Church Street Apartments,
BASEMENT BDRM & Bath avail-
able. Free prkg, Indry, cable, util, heat.
Quiet, near campus, non smoking.
$450/mo. 1013 Rose Ave. Call CK
Eaton at 734-663-8925.
CONDO FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. 2 bath.
Recently remodeled. Fireplace on 3rd
floor. Pauline & Stadium. 248-318-9759
625 Church St.
Now taking reservations
for fall 20101
Studios, 1,2, 34, & 5 bdrms & Houses
See our 23 locatios at www.varsiymonag.m.rd.com
STUDIO APARTMENT WITHIN
walking distance of central campus,
parking included. Available immedi-
ately. Call Campus Management 734-
WANTED GRAD STUDENT/ profes-
sor. New I bdrm. Chelsea apt. $625.
Util, elec., cable, DSL. Country hse on
100 acre nature preserve. 734-475-0291.
ROOMS AVAILABLE! CENTRAL
Campus/Kerrytown $395-$550; Heat,
Water, & Electric Included. Parking
available. Call 734-995-9200 or stop
into 616 Church Street. More info at
Immediate move-in. $450-$500. Two
locations near campus. 734-996-1991
I & 2 bdrm., modern, clean, quiet
5 min. walk. No Sept. rent.
ne>'o O e
616 Church Street
DELUXE 2 BDRM 2 story on Long-
shore Dr. Half a mile to UM Med.
School and Hospital. One mile to north
campus. Car port,W/D in unit,
$950/mo., all appliances, water in-
cluded. Call 734-395-5288.
HOUSE FOR FALL 2010. 1 block to
CCRB. Furnished. For 7-8 persons.
Fireplace. 7 prkg spaces. Dshwshr/A/C.
$4095, plus util. 734-996-8506.
LARGE one and two bedrooms apart-
ments on Central and North Campus,
734-662-5500 for appointment.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdrm.
apt. at 1111 S. State, Near U-M bus
stop, Avail. Now, May, Fall '10, Heat
& water incl. Bale., A/C, prkg., Idry.,
$1100-$1650, No smtkgno pets.
734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250.
AARDVARKS AND WOLVER-
INES! Your attention please!
Campus Management, Inc. invites you
to visit wwwCampusMgtcom the best
local website for the best selection of
apartments and houses. We specialize
in houses and apartments very close to
central campus. Lots of 2 bedroom
apts. and smaller available too! All are
attractively priced, most include park-
ing, many are furnished and some in-
clude utilities. Contact us by phone to
schedule a personal showing with our
rental agent. Ask for Pat. 663-4101.
the daly classifleds..
they're kind of a big dea.
LARGE ONE BEDROOM apartment
available immediately, 2 blocks east of
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parking included. Call Campus Man-
LUXURY APARTMENT AVAIL-
ABLE Near U of M Hospital. Ex-
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Amenities include Central Air, Beauti-
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and On-Site Laundry. Carport Parking
Available. Call 734-995-9200 for an ap-
pointment, pictures available at
MAY TO MAY NO-MONEY-
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RECENTLY RENOVATED 2 BR
Near IM Building- Available for imme-
diate Occupancy just 5 minutes walk
to the Uniot. Heat. Water. Furnishings.
and Parking Included. Prices starting at
$725/mo, call 734-995-9200 for details.
ROOM FOR RENT in 2000 sq. ft
house near U of M North Campus.
$550/month. A/C, wshr/dryer, dwshr,
garage prkg, basement storage, dogs
and cats welcome. 734-668-6152
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Avoid domestic arguments today.
Instead, use your energy to make
improvements at home, especially to
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Get rid of what you don't need!
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Quite likely, you're obsessed about
something today. You have a one-track
mind. In one way, this is good for getting
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You're very focused about money
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