WHEN RENTING A HOUSE OR AN APARTMENT:
1.-Consider the amenities. The amenities included in an apartment and home rentals are distinctly different, each catering toward different lifestyles. House rentals are likely to have yards and garages. If you have a pet or several vehicles, then these amenities make a home rental a more enticing option. Conversely, many apartment complexes have gyms, community pools or other recreational amenities.
2.-Compare the utility expenses at each location. In most instances, apartment rentals will feature lower utility bills than homes, saving you more money.
3.-Privacy needs.- while apartments do usually have good sound-proofing, there is no way to completely separate yourself from noisy neighbors. If privacy is very important to you, a home might be a better option.
4.-Apartments are more likely centrally located near public transportation, local attractions and area businesses.
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