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   BENEFITS of RENTING
    Both renting and buying have their financial advantages, and owning a home isn’t right for everyone.
    Unlike homeowners, renters have no maintenance costs or repair bills and they don't have to pay property taxes.
    Amenities that are generally free for renters aren't for homeowners, who have to pay for installation and maintenance.
    Renting usually requires a security deposit equal to one month’s rent, whereas a homebuyer is required to have a sizable down payment when purchasing a home with a mortgage.
    Renters have lower utility bills, greater flexibility in where they live, and access to amenities, such as a pool or fitness room, that might otherwise be prohibitively expensive.

  Renters can live practically anywhere, while homeowners are restricted to areas where they can afford to buy. Although rents can be high in areas where home values are also high, renters are more apt to find an affordable monthly payment than home buyers. The amount you pay for rent is fixed for the span of the lease agreement. While landlords can raise the rent with notice, you can budget more efficiently, because you know the amount of rent you are required to pay. 

     Having a cute and comfortable appartment brings not only joy to life but great impressions from friends and family when they come over for dinner. Small apartment decorating ideas on a budget require a little creativity and ingenuity, especially if you want your deposit back. Proving that temporary can be clever, this art display of black-and-white prints is installed with neon pink washi tape. Mixing almost-all-black prints with lighter fare brings depth to the casual arrangement.