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Tenants wanted: 3-bedroom, furnished condo blocks away from campus

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Hey everyone,

I just finished my last 3L year at UVic and am looking for a 3 students to rent my place to next September. It's a furnished, spacious, top floor, 3-bedroom condo 20-min walk/5-min bike from campus (on the corner of Shelbourne & Mortimer). I usually rent out the regular-sized bedrooms for $850/each and have been living in the master. Willing to negotiate a win-win deal for the right group of law students. All utilities included except internet. In-suite laundry, minutes away from everything you need as a law student (groceries, bus routes, etc.). PM me if you have any questions or interest. Cheers!

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