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Old 03-14-2011, 10:18 PM   #15
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I keep mine at a marina with-in walking distance from my home. Key-less entry gate, cameras, three sided with roof, approximately 12 stalls. Each have electric, running water, and a 5 X 8 lockable storage room at the back of the space. Cost approximately $99.00 a month.
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Old 03-14-2011, 10:36 PM   #16
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We live on the Gulf of Mexico so weather is pretty mild year around. Our rig is stored in covered facility (no sides covered) with 30 Amp power furnished. Price is $150 monthly.
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Old 03-14-2011, 10:38 PM   #17
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I pay 20.00/ month for gated outdoor storage in MO
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Old 03-14-2011, 10:38 PM   #18
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Covered storage here on the Gulf Coast. No sides, just a roof. Has 120v electric with 15 amp circuit breakers. Electricity is for charging (plugged in with converter running) only. Some try to run heaters in the winter months and all it does is trip the breakers. we are gated, fenced, color security cameras that can zoom in quite far, and a night security guard. All for $105 a month.
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Old 03-15-2011, 06:53 AM   #19
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Well this idea is out the window.. The building I was looking at is $4 a sq triple net. Taxes are $24,000 per year. So I would have a $10,000 per month lease plus all utilities.

Even at $300 per month I could not pack in enough motor-homes and boats to pay the monthly expenses.

I guess this is why Indoor storage does not exist in New Jersey, real estate is too expensive.

Thanks again for your comments..
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Old 03-15-2011, 01:08 PM   #20
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Well this idea is out the window.. The building I was looking at is $4 a sq triple net. Taxes are $24,000 per year. So I would have a $10,000 per month lease plus all utilities.

Even at $300 per month I could not pack in enough motor-homes and boats to pay the monthly expenses.

I guess this is why Indoor storage does not exist in New Jersey, real estate is too expensive.

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don't you just love new jersey for all the tax that we pay
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Old 03-15-2011, 01:28 PM   #21
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don't you just love new jersey for all the tax that we pay
Yes and no.. I think living in New Jersey defiantly has it's advantages.
Two years ago there was talk of my wife getting relocated to Tennessee for business. After many trips down there and running numbers things were not much cheeper there. Car insurance was more, for homes we were looking at the property taxes were lower, but then again limited services. No police, volunteer fire / rescue departments shared between many towns, no garbage pickup, no sewer service.

Cars, groceries and all your consumables are the same price.

The biggest thing was the amount in my paycheck. They just do not pay what the New York / New Jersey area pays.

Also not many homes have basements down there, they are on crawl spaces or slabs.

So I guess I am one of the few that likes New Jersey...
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Old 03-15-2011, 01:30 PM   #22
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When we were in northern Calif we used a full service indoor storage facility and paid $300/mo. This was the rock bottom price for a 40DP and we didn't use or pay for other services such as washing, waxing, dumping tanks, battery maint, etc. These types of businesses are becoming more common out here but I don't know where people are getting that kind of money in this environment.

We're now in Az and paying $130 for a 50 foot covered stall. 15 amp available along with a wash station.

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Old 03-15-2011, 02:26 PM   #23
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Covered storage in Cypress, TX (NW of Houston). 30 amp service in each bay with a dump station, compressed air and washing facilities available on site. There's water at the end of each storage building if, for some reason, one wanted to run a hose to the RV - I do this to wash the bugs off the front of the 5th wheel after a trip. We pay about $85/month, IIRC, and there's a long waiting list to get in. We've been here over 10 years.

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Old 03-16-2011, 02:25 PM   #24
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Inside, no power, personnel on site, do light maintenance, oil changes, winterize, etc, 6 days a week and the meanest rottweiler I've ever run into. $2.50 /ft, pay by the year and get a month free. MH stays nice and clean Much better than the covered storage that was broken into 2 times in 6 months. $4000.00 in damages the first time and $7000 the next.
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Old 03-16-2011, 03:43 PM   #25
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Outside storage, no facilities, paved lot, number pad gate entry key, $45/month.
The people that run it will do the washing and minor stuff (battery replacement, roof sealing, etc)
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My MH is kept in a campground storage lot. $90 a month for a fenced, secure parking space only no services. Some one is always around the campground keeping an eye on things. I inquired about inside storage at several places, the cheapest being a airport hanger building, $600 per month, no services, no electricity, no nothing and not all that secure!! Got to love Maryland prices.
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Old 03-16-2011, 05:18 PM   #27
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First it was open storage...didn't like that, too much sun, and subjected to storms. Moved to inside pole barn...better, but did not like it with no side protection, the sun still got to most of it. Moved to garage type storage with power, but only a regular 20 amp house plug in, and locked...much better, now I'm happy.
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Old 03-26-2011, 09:40 PM   #28
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I'm right in the thick of this issue. I just got a 45ft MH and am looking for inside storage. I am in the dfw area. I have found one situation that is a masonry warehouse that accomodates about 20 units. Each space has a 20 amp breaker (for an additional $25/mo). For a 12 month lease the fee is $290 per month. And month to month that would be $377 per month. That's too rich for my blood. But it a very nice facility. They will do all kinds of extra services. As long as you have the money honey, they have the time.
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