college: Should I buy a home for my college freshman? - 05/22/11 06:55 AM
Many colleges and universities are facing room shortages.  Rising admissions means few on-campus rooms available for incoming freshmen.  Shrinking operating budgets does not permit upgrades or construction of other housing units.  Many parents are making the decision to invest in real estate for their undergrad or grad student.  The decision depends on whether it makes financial sense, the cost of living in the college town, and the emotional development of your child.  Tuition is just the beginning of the costs associated with college.
If you are paying out of state tuition, you may want to crunch the numbers to find out if … (3 comments)

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