My First Apartment: How the World Sees It
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Renting your first place after college is a big deal. Living with roommates, paying bills, maintaining a social life and trying to furnish an apartment on a not-so-large paycheck can be challenging. Then, of course, there are the parties that may last into the wee hours of the morning, and the constant worry from parents that you live in an unsafe tenement on the worst street in the world. But to you, none of this is true, because you love your place and feel grounded in your new life, despite the creepy landlord and “colorful” neighbors.
Being prepared as a renter includes securing proper Renters Insurance to protect your stuff if stolen or damaged.