I rent. There is on-site parking but there are no designated parking spots. The gate to enter the property also isn't automatic and the small parking lot is pretty narrow. I don't even bother with it and park on the street. I think my landlord might be amenable to allowing me to have a charger installed, but I have no desire to do that at my current residence. There is a free J1772 in a garage at my work (free parking). I did NOT know it was there prior to reserving my Model 3. There are only two spaces for one charger cable, but usually there's at least one space open when I arrive at work. I've never seen anyone parked at the charger when I leave work. Obviously the charger will be more congested once the Model 3 rolls out, but I'm hopeful it will still empty out in the late afternoon/early evening hours and I can get a charge for a couple hours before heading back home. I'm also hopeful that my company will install additional chargers. There's also a prominent horse track, casino and retail outlet more or less next door that I'm hopeful will add some free chargers (parking is free) that I could go to and grab dinner now and then if need be. And who knows, maybe there will finally be a supercharger in Miami by the time I get my car (hopefully it'd actually be conveniently located for me, but I doubt it). I may also want to move by the time 2018 comes around (no way I'm getting my car in 2017). But even then, I couldn't be certain about having a home-charging option. I only work 4 days a week and it's less than a 40-mile roundtrip commute. I'll find a way. I will make it work. I am getting this car.