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Cutting down on rent

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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Pet insurance is a popular option for consumers

For many homeowners, protecting man's best friend and other pets is a top concern, and some companies are offering pet insurance to make sure that these friends can be treated like equal members of the family.

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California drivers can pay by the mile for insurance

Drivers in California can save more on their auto insurance thanks to a new mile tracking app. Residents can use a pay-by-the-mile plan through the auto information company Metromile.

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Cheapest states to buy a used car

A new report from used-car classified website Mojo Motors, Inc., ranked all 50 states when it comes to fees associated with buying used cars.

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Don't overpay for rental car insurance

If you're renting a car this summer, there are a few things you need to know about insurance. You may be asked if you want to purchase additional rental insurance while you are driving the car. However, you might not be aware that you could already be covered through your auto insurance or if you are using a credit card.

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Costs for first-time homebuyers

As homebuyers move from being renters, there are many new responsibilities that come along with owning a home. Here are some financial obligations first-time homebuyers need to consider before making a major purchase.

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Lyft to put hold on launch of New York service

New York and Lyft Inc. have been at odds recently, as New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has been trying to stop the launch of the car-sharing business in the state.

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6.5 million homes in danger of being damaged by storms

Many homes on the East Coast are in danger of being damaged by incoming storms, according to a new report from property information analytics company CoreLogic. The study showed that more than 6.5 million homes on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts are in the danger zone of storms, and reconstruction costs could add up to $1.5 trillion.

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Driverless cars could become functional in 2035

While driverless cars could be a real thing in the years to come, there are still a few roadblocks the auto industry will face before getting there. Legal liability, legislation from lawmakers and acceptance from consumers could be some of the major issues automakers would have to deal with.

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Best used cars for teens

The risks for teen drivers are much higher than other age groups, and road accidents are the leading cause of death for drivers under the age of 20. Here are some of the best used cars for teens.

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Did you know that some auto insurance carriers offer 24/7 claims processing online? Be sure to check with each carrier when comparing rates.