While looking for a rental home, every tenant their specifications, needs, and requirements. Some want to rent a home which is located within the city center and some looks for suburb areas. While renting a home in the suburb is much affordable and budget-friendly, a home within the city center offers proximity to office spaces.
However, giving a closer look at it reveals that both have their own sets of benefits as well as disadvantages. Take a look:
Renting in City Center
Living within the city peripheries is merit. Markets, malls, office spaces and other important areas fall in the vicinity, but you have to pay a high price for it.
Renting a home within the city means you will find every amenity and daily need convenience in your vicinity. All major commercial centers, office spaces, malls, educational institutions, and colleges are located at your doorsteps.
The city center offers well-established network, smooth connectivity and better transportation, healthcare, and infrastructural facilities.
Renting a house in the city is more often costly than in suburbs. Reason being the high price of land parcels, construction cost, and other charges that adds to the property cost and hence the rentals. Besides this, non-availability of inventories also adds to the tenant woes.
Renting in Suburb
With the low price of land parcels, property cost in Suburban areas is still on a lower side. This impacts rental price too. Because of this, most of the working professionals or middle-income group families look for a rental home in the Suburbs.
Living in the suburbs saves ample money and hence maintain your finances. Also, you can easily rent a bigger home with better amenities at a much cost-effective price. For instance, renting a home in Noida or Greater Noida is much cost-effective than living on rent in Delhi.
Living in the suburbs offers you more options for a rental home. You can find a large number of inventories to choose in from ranging from affordable to luxury.
With many benefits, there come some disadvantages too of living in the suburbs. As most of the suburban areas fall outside the city limits, so they fail to provide better infrastructure facilities to the residents. Problem with connectivity, lesser availability of schools and colleges as well as the distance from the office spaces are some of the major problems that come in way of tenants.
So, while you are renting in suburbs or city center, problems will be encountered in both cases. But then, you have to decide which suits you the best as you have to pay the rent and live in that home.