A Few Heads One Payment

Renting with roommates can be a lot like playing a game of Russian roulette – you never know what you’re going to get. 

On one hand, you might end up living with someone who’s tidy, respectful, and easy to get along with. On the other hand, you might end up living with a slob who never leaves the couch, or an insomniac who likes to blast death metal at all hours of the night.

Despite the risks, there are some perks to living with roommates. For one thing, you’ll never have to worry about being lonely – there’s always someone around to share your frustrations with when the landlord takes forever to fix that leaky faucet.

It’s not all sunshine and rainbows. Living with roommates can also mean dealing with some pretty uncomfortable situations – like having to explain to your new roommate why you keep a life-size cardboard cutout of Nicolas Cage in the living room or finding out that your roommate has started a baking business in the shared kitchen.

All jokes aside, renting with roommates can be a great way to save money, make new friends, and build some crazy memories. So, if you’re thinking about taking the plunge, just remember make sure you find people who share your values, set some ground rules early on, and invest in some high-quality noise-cancelling headphones.

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