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2017-10-16 15 Colleges Where It’s Cheaper to Buy a Condo Than Pay for a Dorm | By: Fellow GDREIA Members

15 Colleges Where It’s Cheaper to Buy a Condo Than
Pay for a Dorm 

Looking for ways to make college more affordable? Buy a condo instead of
living on campus

Written by Natalie Schwab on September 22, 2017

A college education has become more and more unaffordable over the years, with tuition increasing 9 percent between 2011 and 2016. But it’s not just skyrocketing tuition that’s hitting students hard; there are the additional expenses of books, meal plans and the big one—housing. Dorm rooms in the U.S. range in cost from $232 to $1,817 per month, with a median monthly price of $705. It’s a hefty price tag for a college student and it led us to wonder, are there cities where students (or their parents) are better off buying real estate?
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