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I wanna move about 5 hours away but have no idea how to approach this financially?

Okay, so here's the deal. I just graduated. I have an associates degree in computer systems specialist. And I wanna move to Sugar creek, pennsylvania. Currently live in York, Pennsylvania. So I wanna move 5 hours. I just have some things that I need to know. Number 1: I do not have a job, only a degree. Should I start applying for jobs over in that area and start doing phone interviews and stuff, or should I get a job here and save up some money? Number 2: I know I will need money for a bunch of stuff including utility deposits ( have never rented or payed utilities before) and maybe a 3 months of rent and food. So my question is. If I have money for all that before I move, will most landlords let me move in if I tell them I have no job but I have the money for 3 months rent and am actively seeking employment? And third, is there anything I am missing here? I feel like this should be a lot easier than I am making it out to be. But I have never had my own place before and I want to move closer to my friends and move in with my girlfriend.

Asked By: zach m - 2/10/2013
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Answered By: Perfect Muscles - 2/10/2013
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Answered By: Rob - 2/10/2013
 
First does your girlfriend reside in Sugar Creek living in an apartment or renting a house and is she working which means you will share i.e. rent, food, etc.? Or is she in the same area you are in now and you both will be moving? I recommend you secure a job now and save about six months then start searching for a... More
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Answered By: Freefromdrama - 2/10/2013
 
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