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age to move out??
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Canada tempOcs 
my friends and I are 18-19 and are talking about living on their own. what age is best to move out? I'd say it depends on your parents, but in terms of age maybe mid-20s
2020-11-27 01:13
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19-21 imo
2020-11-27 01:14
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nowadays this is irrelevant to move so early mb if your parents are so fucking rich
2020-11-27 09:17
#2
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Montenegro Autisthicc
when you are ready
2020-11-27 01:14
4 replies
+1
2020-11-27 03:02
+1
2020-11-29 19:38
+1 Don't force it.
2020-11-29 20:06
+1
2020-11-29 20:40
35-42
2020-11-27 01:15
around 40
2020-11-27 01:15
When you can actually afford it.
2020-11-27 01:15
5 replies
#83
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Germany Effizienz
+1
2020-11-27 06:56
Just this, nothing else matters.
2020-11-27 09:19
+1, stay at home for as long as you can
2020-11-27 09:23
1 reply
+1 i plan to do this until i can afford the downpayment of a house
2020-11-29 19:38
+1
2020-11-29 19:38
You should have been kicked out at 16, stop being lazy and get off your ass and become homeless until can afford a 200 dollars a month apartment
2020-11-27 01:16
22 replies
#13
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Brazil 1mig
Wow
2020-11-27 01:18
200 dollars a month? it's not the 90s anymore old man
2020-11-27 01:19
16 replies
Nah you can find an apartment for 200 dollars a month it’s just absolute shit but it’s better than nothing
2020-11-27 01:20
14 replies
#28
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Austria maashh
HAHA no
2020-11-27 01:28
12 replies
Go to some shit hole in the north of england and people will let you live out of their shed for that
2020-11-27 01:30
11 replies
yeah but lets say i dont want to move across the country to live in some fucking village farmer's shed what then
2020-11-27 01:33
10 replies
Like I said go homeless
2020-11-27 01:34
8 replies
ok let's rule out two options -living in a shed -living on the streets
2020-11-27 01:51
7 replies
-get a m8 that what's to do the same thing?
2020-11-27 02:08
6 replies
so you and a friend are collectively paying for a $400/m apartment and both living there might as well become gay because you won't have two bedrooms
2020-11-27 02:37
5 replies
+1
2020-11-27 09:18
just say no homo men
2020-11-28 17:06
3 replies
what if i don't want to D:
2020-11-28 17:23
2 replies
then kick him out and sell you 4ss?
2020-11-29 19:01
1 reply
the guy already did that
2020-11-29 19:07
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
2020-11-27 02:18
#30
JD | 
Poland PSZ
prove it :)
2020-11-27 01:29
+1
2020-11-27 02:19
#25
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Canada firtlast
i could definitely find someone’s porch alone for $200 a month
2020-11-27 01:26
hltv never fails to impress me
2020-11-27 06:54
I wonder how did you steal the phone to write that now while chilling on the garbage???
2020-11-27 06:58
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the thing is when you are paying £200 pounds for rent you can afford a lot more with your money
2020-11-29 20:04
really depends on the person and what their situation is imo. For instance, if you have the opportunity to live on your own while in college would you? You got your own crib but now you got a lot less money ea month. I'd say by 23-25 tops you should be out the hut and on your own.
2020-11-27 01:16
7 replies
I agree, I've actually been paying attention to their convos about it too so I kinda get how to look and what to look for, especially when on a budget. But when I finish university, I'll probably find a good job and move out when I feel like I can
2020-11-27 01:26
5 replies
Exactly what i did, finished my bachelors, got an ok job, saved up some money and then bought an apartment (of course with credit). Of course it was a bit later compared to most people, i was 23/24, but at least i didn't pay some fat fuck rent
2020-11-27 07:06
2 replies
that is very respectable, and how are you now?
2020-11-27 08:35
1 reply
At first it was a bit hard, had to buy larger items and then money was a bit tight, but after a few months it became ok. Now I am great, not totally used to living in an apartment, but it's nice
2020-11-27 08:50
(if it werent for corona) would you be studying from home or living in dorms
2020-11-27 09:07
1 reply
No, I could've but it would've been a waste of money since I could just bus/drive there.
2020-11-27 09:16
#84
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Germany Effizienz
+1
2020-11-27 06:58
#8
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Switzerland NotJuan
18
2020-11-27 01:16
3 replies
But youre 19 and stiill live with parents
2020-11-29 19:12
2 replies
#152
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Switzerland NotJuan
yes but I moved out 1 year and then returned
2020-11-29 21:18
1 reply
200IQ
2020-11-30 12:27
when you want it
2020-11-27 01:17
#10
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
i could move out age 12 but thing is neither my parents have money neither i. Dont know why people so dramatic about moving out. I definately can move out at age 11 even thing is once again MONEY
2020-11-27 01:17
above 25-30 should be ideal, depends on every country
2020-11-27 01:18
#15
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Brazil BRAZlL
for a canadian, 23 years
2020-11-27 01:19
3 replies
Is it much different for a Brazilian?
2020-11-29 20:13
2 replies
#144
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Brazil BRAZlL
Yes, the prices are extremely high, to the point that it is normal for people aged 26-30 to live with their parents, only you are lucky to be "carried by the parents" you can get with 21.
2020-11-29 20:15
1 reply
Damn.
2020-11-29 20:18
When you can afford a house. Not renting
2020-11-27 01:20
#17
Fors | 
Brazil ricca
when you have enough money to move out and pay for your bills?
2020-11-27 01:20
i left home very early due to family issues and learned the following - you need a steady income. being on your own does force you to bring in more money, but the cost of living on your own is shocking, you have expenses you have never considered before. - your castle won't clean itself, dishes will stay dirty in the morning, dust is a hassle, and don't even get me started with laundry and cooking.. - grocery shoppings are no longer a matter of chore, but of survival - eventually, you'll miss having someone to share the burdain - it's aweseome for personal character development - there's no right age, moment, whatever, but there has to be will. better if you do it under someone's guidance, this will save you a lot of hassle. - many years later, i realized that i skipped a lot of things i could've done with the money and time (like studying and partying more) i had when living with family, because i prioritized living on my own. time, becomes another expense. good luck with your decision mate
2020-11-27 01:23
12 replies
I actually really liked this take, I agree with the grocery part and especially with the dishes and laundry part aswell!
2020-11-27 01:24
1 reply
if you are student you should 100% try and find student roommates when you move out. It's pretty standard to do this in europe especially german speaking countries and is really nice imo
2020-11-27 09:12
#35
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Brazil chad47
oh my men wish i could do that but 2 broke for dat feels men :(
2020-11-27 01:33
9 replies
it comes to your priorities then.. i left home when i was earning R$1200/month. approximately $700 were straight to rent and the rest was divided was for bills and other expenses.. i had a couch, a mattress, a 20' tube tv and a few kitchen appliances that i was gifted from friends/family and that's it. but this does make you review what you value, i can't describe the feeling when i payed my first bill on my own or when i had the money to buy my first kitchen table hahaha
2020-11-27 01:39
8 replies
#41
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Brazil chad47
you lucky mens my family would drop me off if i plan to moveout or wont talk to me etc plus i dont earn a shit i cant afford to sleep on streets shit on streets but i dont like living with family at all its noisy and retarded but again i dont earn shit so guess i have too....
2020-11-27 01:40
2 replies
my direct family was the reason i left in the first place, the ones that helped me were older cousins and brother that had spare stove, some helped by lending me money for installments of a refrigerator, things like that. there's still a cheaper alternative, that is to find a roommate. here in BR you have specialized sites for finding suitable roomates that shares rent. i lived for a bfrief period of time with 3 other dudes in a big ass apartment with pool, bathtub and several pricy things and actually payed less than living on my own in a 1 bedroom half livingroom/half kitchen apartment.. but you're not really alone and living with random people might be a huge pain in the ass
2020-11-27 01:46
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#49
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Brazil chad47
i agree wish i was in brazil im fake fagger cuz my real cuntry is ♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿♿ eh i might qualify first (Acca) im finalist then might do sme shiit maybe who knows it sucks either way bruh maybe i have brain deficit or some trick
2020-11-27 01:48
#42
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Brazil chad47
just for me meet again may i remind you ♿♿♿♿ Trump skilled president but that is not normally, This very very insane....They need to check him body and brain.....Maybe he not retard but maybe he using the brain deficit ...and this cant seem on tv screen..He needs to check-up....Trump using brain deficit on USA scene ,ON BIG Events.Maybe everyone dont knows him trick.He incredible....I want to ask his where is the comming of your votes ?
2020-11-27 01:41
#55
Fors | 
Brazil ricca
holy shit bro where do you live? 1200/month without anyone to share the bills must be harsh af
2020-11-27 02:10
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it was in a countryside city where i grew up in SP and it was harsh indeed at first since i lost several luxuries i liked (such as internet and videogames, night out with the bros.. but only for a while) it was worth it for me. made me who i am today
2020-11-27 02:14
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#69
Fors | 
Brazil ricca
oh life in sp's countryside is way cheaper and way better tbh, would like to move back to the city that i grew up someday.. its almost impossible to live with 1200 a month in the capital or in some big city like campinas.. good to hear part of your story bro
2020-11-27 03:01
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i'm living in sp capital now and if you want to live in the functional part of the city, it'll cost you a kidney a month indeed.. hehe thanks for reading it :D
2020-11-27 03:18
depends on your social position, whether you can afford living on your own, or your parents are willing to support you financially. I mostly live by myself since 18yo, they just visit me from time to time. I am also very lucky that my parents could afford anything, so yea, thats a big factor too.
2020-11-27 01:24
As soon as you can, sink or swim, it will build you stronger. What are you going to learn when you never have a challenge?
2020-11-27 01:23
Never
2020-11-27 01:23
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#36
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Brazil chad47
yes stay with your uncle until ur uncle razzak fugs u
2020-11-27 01:34
60 when parents die 🤡 👍
2020-11-27 01:25
5 replies
Why? After death of parents its basically your house, then why move out?
2020-11-27 01:46
4 replies
Damn you’re right 200 IQ. But I would sell the house, pocket the money and move to an apartment
2020-11-27 02:16
3 replies
yeah time to party w 60!
2020-11-27 06:52
#86
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Germany Effizienz
Bet the house against Liquid
2020-11-27 07:00
1 reply
lol
2020-11-29 20:14
#27
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United Kingdom DDoubleE
It all depends on if you can afford to live alone at the age of 18-19, do you have a job that pays enough for you to be able to live alone etc etc. Most people at the age of 18-19 just got their first jobs after finishing school so they stay with their parents for 3-6 years so that they can grind and earn more money so they can finally afford to get a place. Everything have changed, i mean, look back at the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and even early 2000s, people could move out easily because apartments did not have overkill prices, you could find more rentable apartments etc. My parents had their own place at the age of 20 back in the 80s. A terraced house in London before they moved to another city in the 90s. There is not a chance at all that a 20 year old in 2020 can afford a terraced house, everything is WAY more expensive. I mean, obviously some people have parents that got a LOT of money and will help them get a place, but thats not the reality of every young person
2020-11-27 01:30
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Yes I agree with you here. I'm sorta lucky I have parents with really good jobs and I have a great relationship with them and I'm really close to them so they would most likely help out for the first bit. One of my cousins actually stayed with his parents until he was 26 I believe but that was because he was still looking for a job after his long university degree.
2020-11-27 01:30
#29
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Saudi Arabia Xpicyy
12
2020-11-27 01:28
1 reply
Pog
2020-11-27 01:30
i moved out at 15 yo, just move out when u want
2020-11-27 01:37
approx. 9 months. then i moved out, well... had to move out.
2020-11-27 01:40
1 reply
kkkkkkkkkk
2020-11-29 19:36
#44
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United States nbazero
after college
2020-11-27 01:44
it's not the age that matters, it's your income
2020-11-27 01:47
1 reply
+1+1+1+1+1+1
2020-11-27 02:01
Depends in the country u live in.. in israel u have to work so much time to actually afford to buy a crib and not rent, like 500k-600k usd
2020-11-27 01:47
1 reply
not if you become a west bank settler
2020-11-27 09:20
If you go don't go to college, 18-19. If you go to college near you, after college, or when you are allowed to live on your own if you have enough money. If you go to a college away from your house, when you are 18-19. If you work for a company owned by your family, probs whenever you feel like it. For me, I will move out probs 3rd year of college, otherwise I would have to live on campus, which is a waste of money. I'm not a bum though, I do many chores. Not doing any would be leaching tho imo.
2020-11-27 02:06
1 reply
+1
2020-11-27 02:18
No specific age. Move out when it's feasible. That doesn't just mean your wealth either... That also means your maturity level.
2020-11-27 02:10
1 reply
I find you become mature once you move out.
2020-11-27 08:44
I moved out when I was 9.
2020-11-27 02:17
#60
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Hungary raffai
50
2020-11-27 02:18
My ex moved out at 16 to live and work in another state and has lived everywhere since then.
2020-11-27 02:18
1 reply
THX am 15 maybe i will move to
2020-11-27 08:53
I want to move now even if my parents are great, i just want to live with my future wife but the problem is that i don't have money (yes im poor), i finish my studies in France first and then i will see if i move to anothee country. But please dude do it when you have money enough money.
2020-11-27 02:23
20
2020-11-27 02:24
It all depends. No right answer. Moving out at any cost can affect your mental health
2020-11-27 02:59
#71
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Netherlands toothpaste
Asap. I literally met the guy whos grooming me to become a fund manager while smoking pot at my neighbours house
2020-11-27 03:03
2 replies
You’re sexing a guy for a job prospect? Ok. Rather stay at home.
2020-11-27 03:37
1 reply
#78
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Netherlands toothpaste
No I'm making him money
2020-11-27 03:51
Around 45
2020-11-27 03:26
30
2020-11-27 03:31
#76
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North America joeS
Let me give you some advice. If you can stay at home, STAY. If you can afford to move, then move.
2020-11-27 03:35
#79
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New Zealand rOtten_97
I'd say the best age to move out is between 21 and 27
2020-11-27 04:50
18-25 probably depends
2020-11-27 04:59
depends on a bunch of things, if you need the money live with your parents, but if you need to get jobs/internships and they aren't available where ur parents live, then move out I would say 21-25 though
2020-11-27 07:06
#89
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Singapore Am2de
Never. Atleast not in Chinese culture. In most parts of Asia, your parents never expect you to move out. Instead, they want family to stay together. Asian family traditions are generally different compared to Western family traditions.
2020-11-27 07:08
25 - 40
2020-11-27 07:08
I am 21yo and living with parents. I am studing in university and I get 500€ every month. I help them with money and also help to clean the house and make food for myself.
2020-11-27 07:13
1 reply
Same, but I am 27 and no motivation to move out
2020-11-29 20:19
#92
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Brazil dr0wning
When you got a stable income, what will probably happen, when you be 23-26
2020-11-27 07:36
in balkan 35+
2020-11-27 08:38
I was 21. Moved out with a couple of buddies. Got sick to death of each other and 9 months later we all got our own places.
2020-11-27 08:42
18-81
2020-11-27 08:48
1
2020-11-27 08:53
#103
cyx | 
Denmark VojenZ
18-20
2020-11-27 09:15
If you are single - 23-25 If you have gf - even at 18 xd. In case she can cook cuz ordering food delivery on a daily basis is annoying
2020-11-27 09:26
depends on the relationship with ur parents. if ur cool and u help eachother out, stay till ur ready to move. if ur just annoying ur guts every hour of the day, get the fuck out.
2020-11-28 17:07
When you're ready and have a stable income. Personally I don't see myself moving out before getting a degree
2020-11-28 17:27
#120
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Sweden wyv0
I moved out at 23
2020-11-29 19:02
i moved out when i was 19
2020-11-29 19:10
moving out early and pretty much stalling financially is the worst move
2020-11-29 19:15
#127
aizy | 
Denmark Gryde
before university
2020-11-29 19:21
neveeer lol
2020-11-29 20:02
I'd say there is not set time that is best, the best time is when you feel the most comfortable with moving out as well as wanting to move out to live on your own.
2020-11-29 20:03
why move out when you can have free cook, housekeeper, and laundry. Just use cheap motel when you want to fuck.
2020-11-29 20:06
23-25
2020-11-29 20:09
22
2020-11-29 20:10
When you have a stable income, might even wait a couple of years and save up as much as you can while you still get free food and roof above your head.
2020-11-29 20:11
after you finish college/university and find a job. For me it would be 25-28
2020-11-29 20:14
moved out when i was 18 until 22. renting is unsustainable though if you want to buy so in my case ive been home for a year saving for a deposit on a house and aim to be back out by 24-25. no real answer its all situational, if you have mates who want to do it i definitely recommend its a great experience,
2020-11-29 20:18
Depends if you go to university or not.
2020-11-29 20:24
It depends if you are studying on university or working somewhere and earning money.
2020-11-29 20:26
#150
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Armenia Yerevan
Whenever you have a somewhat stable source of income.
2020-11-29 20:31
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