Looking for roommates, and asking important questions

I’m currently in a fairly unique position, where I find that I don’t really have anywhere to live. For many months now, I’ve been living in the spare bedroom of my friends house. Obviously, this situation can’t last forever. They have their own lives, and I have been impeding on their household for too long already. As such, I am currently on the market to purchase my own home, if I can find one that I can afford. Alternatively, I would move into an apartment with roommates. In either of these scenarios, the most important thing is finding roommates that share similar outlooks on living styles and energy expenditure. In the past, I have lived with people who felt very differently about their monthly bills and usage of our heating and cooling systems. In these situations, I’ve tried to cohabitate with people who didn’t have the same financial goals as myself. They had no problem cranking the furnace and air conditioning units up and down all day long. It didn’t bother them to have continual HVAC emergency repair appointments in the middle of the night. It was no bother when we needed to have the landlord fully replace our failing furnace in the dead of winter. Most of all, it didn’t bother them to kiss their hard-earned dollars goodbye every time the electricity bill showed up in the mail. I will never live with such opposing opinions again, I will never spend all my money on unnecessary energy costs, and I know without a doubt that in this home search, my HVAC comes before all.
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