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Renting an Apartment
It's a rite of passage – you reach a certain age, you move out of your parents' home, you get yourself a halogen torch lamp and you move into an apartment.

Man, it all sounds so easy.

It can be, in fact. After all, in the end, renting an apartment is a pretty simple proposition: You find a place you like and can afford, you give the landlord some money, and you offer your friends pizza and beer if they'll help you move. Of course, all that's the easy part. We're here to help you with the trickier parts: navigating leases, understanding your rights, and protecting your stuff.
  1. Negotiating a Lease
  2. Your Rights (and Theirs)
  3. Renters Insurance
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