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It would depend on the kind of system that is in the apartment. There are some that have a really efficient heat and water system, and some that won't be quite as efficient. I would recommend asking the landlord of whatever apartments you are looking at about what the average per month is. That will be more accurate than anything else.
I would recommend googling real estate agencies in the area you are looking. Pick an established agency and reach out to an agent there. You can also look at the agent bios on the company website.... more