low income apartments

low income apartments

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guest

Wynne, AR

#1 May 24, 2012
where are low income apartments in wynne and how do you get into one?
street

United States

#2 May 24, 2012
across the street from the Jr HIgh. You have to go fil out an application and be put on a list.
guest

Wynne, AR

#3 May 24, 2012
thank you
Really

United States

#4 May 25, 2012
Just drive around to all the apartment complexes and look for the ones with the nice cars. They usually have expensive tires and rims on them too. Those are the "low income" apartments.
Nappy

Kiana, AK

#5 May 25, 2012
Really wrote:
Just drive around to all the apartment complexes and look for the ones with the nice cars. They usually have expensive tires and rims on them too. Those are the "low income" apartments.
Too FUNny. And then you'd have to ask yourself why would one want to live among those of that mentality. Several things usually go along with those expensive tires and rims: standing out front, sitting out front, loud music, loud talking, kids playing outside in the front, lots of company, unkempt yards, parties, lack of education, drama, folks coming and going all times of the day and night, a need to be seen and heard, etc. Wanting to be low-income seems to be trendy right now.
Thug Life

United States

#6 May 25, 2012
Across from high school, Brent Shaw built them. Contact Shaw Rentals. Thanks for for the property value decrease with your development .
Nappy wrote:
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Too FUNny. And then you'd have to ask yourself why would one want to live among those of that mentality. Several things usually go along with those expensive tires and rims: standing out front, sitting out front, loud music, loud talking, kids playing outside in the front, lots of company, unkempt yards, parties, lack of education, drama, folks coming and going all times of the day and night, a need to be seen and heard, etc. Wanting to be low-income seems to be trendy right now.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#7 May 25, 2012
A lot of people, when they're young and doing public education, are simply working hard to remain unemployable, uneducated, unskilled, untrained and ... hopelessly poor for their entire adult life. Many of them are just trying to look good before they find their way to prison. Yes, this is one of the preferred life-options in the USA.
Jason

Jonesboro, AR

#8 May 26, 2012
Guest wrote:
A lot of people, when they're young and doing public education, are simply working hard to remain unemployable, uneducated, unskilled, untrained and ... hopelessly poor for their entire adult life. Many of them are just trying to look good before they find their way to prison. Yes, this is one of the preferred life-options in the USA.
People should get a college loan to become "skilled and educated" and when the college lending system collapses then the hard working people who are trained and educated for the skills of their jobs can bail out that system for the colleges and teachers.
guest

Wynne, AR

#9 May 26, 2012
ive just been diagnosed with a brain tumor. need some place i can afford for the 6 mos i have left. thanks for your support wynne.
guest

Wynne, AR

#10 May 26, 2012
oh prior to now ive been a teacher educating your children.
guest

Wynne, AR

#11 May 26, 2012
least those folks aint lying.. the real low lifes are those on here who pretend to be from somewhere else....like cats...poop and cover it up. lol
Jason

Jonesboro, AR

#12 May 26, 2012
Jason wrote:
<quoted text>People should get a college loan to become "skilled and educated" and when the college lending system collapses then the hard working people who are trained and educated for the skills of their jobs can bail out that system for the colleges and teachers.
It will be like 2008 except replace Realtors and real estate agents with universities and professors.
Jason

Jonesboro, AR

#13 May 26, 2012
guest wrote:
oh prior to now ive been a teacher educating your children.
Sorry. The other Guest was running down the people who work for a living.
Guest

Benton, AR

#14 May 31, 2012
Go to the hud office off of union at fisher place apartments. They might can help you find a place.
dontgetit

Forrest City, AR

#15 May 31, 2012
the apartments at fisher place are government housing, for people who dont want to work or are to dumb to hold down a job, or cannot manage their financies. i know some who live there and thats all that are living there. or druggies.
JustToBeHonest

Haslet, TX

#16 Jun 3, 2012
I am not a druggie & can manage my finances & I live in fisher place apts I have no problems with loud music or drama my neighbors r all nice there's mainly a lot of older disabled ppl here. I have 2 kids & a husband & I need assistance cuz its hard to work enough while goin to school. Houses r expensive these days
Nappy

Kiana, AK

#17 Jun 3, 2012
But my parents raised 8 children on a total of $237 a month and what we made during cotton season without government assistance. We raised a garden and cooked at home, picked and chopped cotton, did our own hair, stayed at home and not roam the streets, wore homemade clothes, parents didn't drink or smoke, didn't try to keep up with the Joneses, etc. We lived within our means. My dad built our two-bedroom house where ten people lived. And we were happy. My mom didn't have to have her nails done, didn't need weave, no makeup, seldom needed any new clothes, didn't feel the need to have to go out to eat, no movies, no partying and my dad didn't need rims and a haircut every week.
Anonymous

Jonesboro, AR

#18 Jun 3, 2012
Does anybody know where any apartments are where u don't have to fill out an application that are reasonable. I'm in need of an apartment soon. So I can start school
Nappy

Kiana, AK

#19 Jun 3, 2012
JustToBeHonest wrote:
I am not a druggie & can manage my finances & I live in fisher place apts I have no problems with loud music or drama my neighbors r all nice there's mainly a lot of older disabled ppl here. I have 2 kids & a husband & I need assistance cuz its hard to work enough while goin to school. Houses r expensive these days
Fiddle-sticks. Where there's a will, there's a way. I had three children and a husband while going to school. Most of the time I worked while attending school, and near the end of my last year, we physically built a house; however, I wasn't working outside the home at that time. My husband was a good provider; he didn't waste money and was a hard worker. We budgeted our little amount of money and stretched it till I thought it would break. I made most of our clothes, used sheets for curtains, raised a garden, cooked at home, made most of our own medicine, scrubbed white women's floors and toilets, didn't try to keep up with the Joneses, etc. Where there's a will, there definitely is a way, especially if you're versatile as we were.
greg

Alexander, AR

#20 Jun 4, 2012
blueeyedangel94 wrote:
Does anybody know where any apartments are where u don't have to fill out an application that are reasonable. I'm in need of an apartment soon. So I can start school
Try David West. He has good apartments for a pretty reasonable price. Just give him a call

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