Searching for an apartment, much like buying a home, can be a stressful prospect if you don't plan carefully. Starting your search early can ensure you have plenty of places to choose from and save you some money in the process. But with so many people trying to find new places during the summer, you will have to be creative to find a cheaper place, as some of the more affordable ones may already be off the market. Here are a few ways you can cut back on the cost of your apartment:
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