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    I'll have just turned 21 when I start my university course this summer. I have lived on my own for the past 3 years now.

    I've had my own house, which means I have everything that entails; furniture, crockery, linen, you name it. I don't currently have my own place though.

    Due to current circumstances, I can't raise the deposit to rent a studio flat in september. This leaves me with two options: a) I live on campus or b) I rent a room in a flat share. The issue is; what do I do with my furniture? If I live in halls, I will have to sell my bed, bookcase and majority of my stuff.

    However, seeing as I plan to get my own studio flat as soon as I can raise enough, preferably starting my second year at university in my own flat again, I'll have to rebuy furniture. It seems such a waste of money!

    Any suggestions?
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