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The nomads of summer in New York

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The summer rental season in New York, when demand shoots up as recent graduates flock to the city looking for a place to live, is notorious for being the priciest time of year. As a result, some people "go nomad" to put off signing a lease until the autumn.

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TWENTY-FIVE years old, employed and engaged, Elana Rosman had not envisioned moving back to her childhood home in Great Neck, New York, on Long Island.

She is not in a quarter-life crisis, seeking a safe haven to figure out her next step. It's much simpler than that. To

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