Florida, where Honda and Honda Accord lease agreements are among the most pricey, ranks sixth, with a lease rate of $2,945 per month.
That rate would be nearly four times the average of the states surrounding it, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Florida is one of 13 states with no lease agreements in the top 10.
Texas, home to the Hyundai Sonata, the Chevrolet Malibu, and the Chevrolet Traverse, ranked first, with an average lease rate in the neighborhood of $1,838.
California was second with an annual lease rate around $1.6 million.
California’s average lease price is $1 million, while Florida’s average rate is just under $1 a month.
Texas is followed by Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Colorado, where the Chevrolet Tahoe and the Toyota Camry lease agreements rank among the cheapest, is at the bottom of the list, at just under one million dollars a year.
Colorado is home to just four cities and a handful of townships, and it ranks ninth in the United States with an overall average annual lease price of $11,400.
California and Washington, the two states with the largest populations, rank eighth and ninth respectively.
In other words, you’d need to spend almost $60,000 to live in the best of all worlds.
The good news is, if you live in California, you can get even better deals.
There are a few states that lease for less than the average rate, but those deals are often only available through a few agencies, according a spokesperson for the lease and finance industry.
Some of the better deals are available only through companies that have been authorized to do business in that state.
For example, the lease agreement for the Hyundai Elantra, which has a price tag of $17,955, has been available in Texas for nearly five years, according the leasing company, BHAG.
And there are a number of companies that lease to people for less, but have no restrictions or restrictions that limit where they can live, according Michael Eisner, managing director of the financial services consulting firm Hundt Associates.
Some leases have no upfront payments or upfront payment limits, which means you can sign a lease with a low monthly lease payment or even get a lower monthly payment when you sign a new one.
A number of leases offer less than one year, which is why it is important to check for that.
But if you sign the lease, be sure to keep in mind that you’re signing a contract, which can be a long one.
You should always pay your rent on time, even if you’re on the verge of breaking even, Eisner says.
If you can’t afford to pay, there are options for your lease payments.
If the lease is for less time, the rental agency can try to lower your rent by up to 30 percent.
But the most important thing to remember is that it is your responsibility to maintain the lease.
You’ll need to keep up to date with your lease on a monthly basis, Equist says.
And if the lease expires, the credit report can help you figure out how much you owe.
If your credit score drops below 300, your credit is considered delinquent, meaning it will automatically get an extra charge.
If it drops below 250, you might have to pay the full amount on your lease.
In addition, you’ll need a new vehicle if you’ve moved away from your current lease, so you’ll want to have your vehicle inspected before you sign it.
You might also want to look into other options for money-saving and other ways to cut your monthly lease payments, Eneris says.
One thing to keep an eye on is whether your current contract includes an opt-out clause, which allows you to decline to renew the lease or pay an additional fee.
The Opt-Out Option For many of the deals on this list, you won’t need an opt out clause.
However, you will need to provide certain information.
For instance, you should be able to include a phone number you can call to cancel the lease if the contract is for six months or more.
You can also ask for a refund for the full lease payment.
For a longer lease, the opt-outs can include additional payments, such as a deposit or a payment option for car payments.