Rubber plants are very low maintenance and will grow to impressive heights if you are patient and provide proper care. An advantage of starting with a small one is that it will easily adapt to your home than if the plant was already mature.
Lighting: Bright, indirect sunlight. Direct sunlight might burn the leaves.
Watering: Water when top of soil is dry. More frequently during summer.
Best spot: Pick a bright spot and avoiding changing it. This plant does not like being moved around too much. Can be outdoors during summer, but avoid direct sun.
Pet Friendly? No
Child Friendly? no. Mildly toxic to pets and humans.
PRO TIP: As other rubber plants, it likes humidity. Misting during summer or if under dry conditions is key for it to thrive.