In addition to rent, you'll need to account for a security deposit, renters insurance, utilities, furniture, food, parking permits, and more.
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Renters insurance covers your personal belongings, personal liability, medical expenses, and additional living expenses.
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Some states will allow you to share a renters insurance policy with your roommate, but it’s not always the best decision. You'll need more coverage, so you'll need to pay a higher premium, and, if you both need different types of insurance, that will be difficult to consolidate under one policy.
Renting provides flexibility and you don't have to keep up the property yourself. Homeownership, on the other hand, comes with a ton of surprising costs.
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