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A roommate saves you $13,000/year in San Francisco

But is it worth the way he uses up all of the hot water? Roomies aren’t just a weird quirk of being in your early twenties anymore. With rents soaring and fewer and fewer vacancies, splitting the rent is an absolute necessity for a fairly diverse spectrum of San Franciscans. New York based financial company SmartAsset released their second annual survey on the dollars and cents results of finding yourself a roomie.
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