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In LA, having a roommate saves $6,696 per year

Sharing equals savings The fact that living with a roommate can save you money shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to most Angelenos. But just how much can you save by splitting rent with someone else? That’s what a new study by Smart Asset sets out to discover, and according to its data, Los Angeles residents can save an average of $6,696 per year by shacking up with someone else.
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