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    Smart, i keep telling Rolla that. If you can live at home and save money why NOT? I still am trying to move back home with my parents but they just wont go for it.




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    Haha...there you go.

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    Been there, and done that bro. Was living in my grandparents home. Fortunately for me in the winters they live in FL, and in the summer's they're in their summer hom in Northern MI. I just moved out about a month, and a half ago, so I feel ya...
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    Seriously, if you don't have a problem living at home, it isn't a bad option. I moved in with my dad after college, for a year, because I was traveling frequently. His neighbors did not enjoy the addition of a jet ski, hummer, sti, grand national, and wrx wagon.

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    I have 0 problems with living at home. I see my buddies throwing away their money, stop going to school, and developing bad habbits all due to living on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by white out View Post
    Seriously, if you don't have a problem living at home, it isn't a bad option. I moved in with my dad after college, for a year, because I was traveling frequently. His neighbors did not enjoy the addition of a jet ski, hummer, sti, grand national, and wrx wagon.

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    Sounds like my exact situation, except I moved in with my grandparents.
    "One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn't do." - Henry Ford

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    Do it and save your money. Try to save up enough in the next 2-3 years for a DP on a house before the market starts to go up again. I left home at 17 years old and it was a struggle paying for school, rent, working 6 days a week, etc...

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    nice set-up

    I lived at home w/ my parents, they were cool about everything, half the time we never saw each other b/c of different schedules now I made the plunge and moved in w/ the lady friend....this should be interesting.
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    Just have to take a hit to the pride to move back. I'm glad that I saved the money by living with my Dad for a year, it was worth it.
    Now moving back in again. . . don't know if I could pull that off.

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