Would 1,500 – 2,500 dollars be good enough to save up for moving to a different state on a budget?

I want to move somewhere and find a job, I'll stay at a motel room until I can get on my feet, and live on a tight budget,

Could I do it on 1,500 to 2,500 dollars?

Best Answer:

?: I would land a job first THEN move. That amount of money is poverty and you can EASILY spend through that just waiting for the hiring process to be completed.

Other answer:

?:
It takes time to find a job, and still you will need a more permanent residence.
A couple of thousand, including travel costs, might work in some places but not others.
With a job, you are not paid by the day. It could take two weeks to get your first paycheck.
If rent is $700, you need $1400 up front typically.
Credit rating?
Sure seems tight to me. What kind of job experience in what field? Minimum wage jobs often aren't enough for your own apartment. Renting a room, the owner or other tenant can be very picky.

It depends upon too many things.

Eva:
Even at a cheap motel, you'll blow through $1500 in a month just for housing. Search out job prospects and hotel prices for the area you're thinking of moving to. Your money will go further in the mid-west than NY or CA, but the job prospects may not be as good. You need to spend more time planning and saving.
babyboomer1001:
If that is the total amount of your savings, the move would be foolish, downright stupid and irresponsible. If you have $10,000 or $15,000 saved and are allocating an additional up to $2,500 toward moving, then if you want to move, then move.
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