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July 20, 2013

Sharon asks…

what would you choose on this case i need advice?

I’m 18, and i’m tired of living with my parents so i’m moving out. I also miss my old city back in san francisco. I make $4200 a month, and i already own my car.

What would you do?

1. Rent your own apartment $1300?

or

2. Rent a room and share a luxury condo with a roommate she’s 30 and a professional so no prob and it’s in downtown sf with great views (pool, jacuzzi, gym, home theater and security 24/7) $1500?

Administrator answers:

Duh!

Take the condo it’s only $200 more with a pool gym and all that and in the city you love

Ken asks…

what would you choose on this case i need advice?

I’m 18, and i’m tired of living with my parents so i’m moving out. I also miss my old city back in san francisco. I make $4200 a month, and i already own my car.

What would you do?

1. Rent your own apartment $1300?

or

2. Rent a room and share a luxury condo with a roommate she’s 30 and a professional so no prob and it’s in downtown sf with great views (pool, jacuzzi, gym, home theater and security 24/7) $1500?

Administrator answers:

First question, you make this amount of money on your present job, will you have to change jobs in order to move? If you do are you going to be making the same amount of money on a new job? That said, I would rent my own apartment so that I wouldn’t have to move if I had a tiff with my roommate. This way you can call it your own.

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