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Old 07-10-2011, 08:12 PM   #1
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would you pay $1.58/foot?

I am talking to my neighbor who has a 50' pole barn and offered to pay him $60/mos(38' X $1.578) to store my 38' Serengeti, including 110 hookup for keeping my batteries charged. Does that seem reasonable?
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I am talking to my neighbor who has a 50' pole barn and offered to pay him $60/mos(38' X $1.578) to store my 38' Serengeti, including 110 hookup for keeping my batteries charged. Does that seem reasonable?
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Old 07-10-2011, 08:19 PM   #3
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No, At least $100. a month.
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YES & VERY REASONABLE 4 YOU!

Most want around 80/mos. How did you come up with the $1.578 number?
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Sounds great for storage and with power that is a awesome deal.
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How did you come up with the $1.578 number?
Divide $60 by 38.

Many indoor storage places charge per foot, but a buck fifty+ is WAY below anything near me - & that's WITHOUT power.

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I pay $150.00 monthly for my rig that includes 30 Amp power.
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Even $150.00 is still a little low for storage with power. Around here it's closer to $175.00
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Dirt cheap. I'd even throw in a bottle of Jack Daniels.
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For indoor storage---it is a steal. I pay $85. outdoors with no power and I am getting a good price for a secure place in my location. But in reality it boils down to; if the rentor believes it is OK---if so then, enjoy.
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I pay $30 per month, secure outdoor storage. No hydro.
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Does that seem reasonable?
Only for you, I have to admit I would not give up that much storage space for that price.
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I pay $150.00 monthly for my rig that includes 30 Amp power.
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In my area (admittedly suburban) it'd cost close to $250/month to store outside with no power or anything.

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