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    Advice on apartment hunting?

    I don't know if this is in the right forum so forgive me. This is my first post so I'm a bit nervous.
    I live in southern New Hampshire and I'm looking to move out, but I'm very unsure of how to go about finding a snake-friendly apartment. I've asked around a couple of places and they're alright with my fish tank, but have all said no snakes. I only have one ball python, Eve, but I'm very much interested in getting more now that I've got her. I have Eve, a 55 gallon fish tank, and a bullfrog. I'd very much like to stay around the Nashua area just because of my job being close, but I can't really afford the high rent some places around here who might be more accepting are asking.
    If anyone has any advice on snake friendly apartments, or even just any tips on finding your first apartment that'd be great!

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    All you can do is ask up front. Also, don't limit yourself to apartments, look into places advertising a room for rent, especially if the landlord permits dogs and cats.

    If you want more BP's in the future then make sure your lease states that you may keep up to "X" ball pythons, not just the one you have now.

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