Which swimming pool plans will help you save money on rent?

Recode, Inc. has learned that a new survey shows that the average American household can save about $20 per month by buying a pool and renting it out.

In fact, one of the survey’s results suggested that if the average household owned three swimming pools, they could save $300 per month, or about $9,000 per year.

Read more Recode: A pool for every household source Recoding by Steve Kovach/Getty Images Recode’s Andrew Puzder, senior technology writer David Kostelnik and reporter Adam Lashinsky discuss their company’s new survey.

The survey also found that renters in urban areas would be more likely to be able to save than those in suburban areas, and renters in the Northeast would be less likely to have to shell out for a pool.

While the survey didn’t take into account the cost of a pool itself, Recode points out that this is a key consideration for renters: While renting, you can save money by paying your landlord for a bigger pool.

But the cost can be a significant burden, especially if you live in a big city where rent can be more than $1,000 a month.

“It’s the big pool, you’ll save a lot of money by renting a pool, but it can also add a lot more cost to your life,” said Kostelsky.

Forbes has also released its own study that found the average apartment rents for a two-bedroom unit in New York City are $1.35 million, according to data from Zillow. “

So we really want to make sure you know the right pool for you, and if you can afford it, we’d love to see you make that choice.”

Forbes has also released its own study that found the average apartment rents for a two-bedroom unit in New York City are $1.35 million, according to data from Zillow.

That is well above the average of $1 million for a one-bedroom in San Francisco, which is a lot higher than average for a neighborhood like Greenwich Village.

But even with the inflated prices, the average income of a two bedroom is still more than twice that of a one bedroom in New Orleans.

What’s a pool?

Recode asked readers which types of pools they thought would be most valuable to rent, and which were the most expensive to rent.

The survey, which was done by Recode and the consulting firm RentHop, found that while most respondents were interested in the idea of owning their own pool, the majority of respondents wanted to rent out the pool.

RentHop surveyed more than 4,400 renters and found that pool renting was the top choice for nearly 80 percent of respondents.

It’s worth noting that Recode did not include pool rentals in the survey because it found that the vast majority of renters were either looking to rent their own or had already decided to rent a pool at some point.

But if pool renting is your main source of income, then there is a good chance you could save a ton of money with pool rental options.