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The cost of a cup of coffee is relatively small in the grand scheme of things – the average cup costs just $2 or $3.
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In this article, we’re providing a comprehensive and free rent vs buy calculator to help you answer one of the most basic (and biggest) budgeting decisions: should you rent or buy a house?
Of course, this calculator also applies to apartments, condos, and any other place you can buy or rent (to live in).
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