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City living can be notoriously expensive, especially in major metro areas. In recent years, staggering rent prices have tempted many to flock to the suburbs for wide-open spaces and cheaper housing. But before you pack up your apartment, consider that while housing itself may be cheaper outside city limits, suburban living overall can be just […]
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Two years ago I had $20,000 in my savings account, and my biggest problem was figuring out where to invest it.
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Renting an apartment or home might be a rite of passage in college, but as the housing market continues to go up and down and homeownership seems impossible for some, renting a home is the way to go.
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