Searching for a place to rent can be overwhelming if you consider the array of available options. Should you take the studio? Or opt for something a little larger, like an apartment? Or maybe even a condo that’s up for rent?
If you find yourself contemplating these questions in your rental search, check out our guide for answers on which option—studio, apartment or condo—is right for you.
The average size of a studio apartment in New York City is about 550 square feet, according to CNN. You may think living in such cramped quarters is all drawbacks, but there’s surprisingly a lot to love about living in a teeny space. Consider the following:
If you’re still looking to save money but don’t want to sacrifice space, living in a regular-sized apartment really gives you the best of both worlds.
Renting a condo or townhome may be a great alternative to living in an apartment complex, and while the two may seem similar, they have more differences than you might think.
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