Me and my friend want to move out this summer and he wants to move into a house that is $870 a month and we would be splitting it, and I told him that since it would be our first time moving out we should rent an apartment, he said an apartment would cost around the same but we would not be able to play music as
Me and my friend want to move out this summer and he wants to move into a house that is $870 a month and we would be splitting it, and I told him that since it would be our first time moving out we should rent an apartment, he said an apartment would cost around the same but we would not be able to play music as loud as we want. I don t know if i should go move into the house or an apartment. PLEASE HELP
Living in a house will not allow you to play loud music.Neighbors will call the police
and you will be evicted. That will look good on your records.
you can't play music loud in a house either, there are noise abatement laws in every community
frankly you are foolish to rent jointly anywhere if you are not married, and even that is a problem except there are laws to protect married couples that live ins do not have
It appears as if you two are at an impasse. It appears as if you are hell bent on residing in an apartment for some reason. It also appear as if your friend is hell bent on renting a house, because of the music.
This problem would need to be solved and an agreement reached as to which would please the both of you.
It might be that this would be the breaking point and each would be required to find others to move in with.
There are pros and cons of residing in both.
Economically you might find an apartment better for you. You would have less utilities to pay as normally water is included in the rent. having the responsibility of tending the landscape would not be a financial problem. If you are required to take care of the lawn you might be required to purchase a lawn mower or rent one.
In the renting of a house, you would have more privacy as you would not have a wall between your rental and the next door rental. The population density would not be as great as you would only have about 3-6 neighbors on each side of you and would not have contact with them on a daily basis. Renting a house normal is more costly in the cost of the rent.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.
A house could be a good investment, but remember with a house, you have to pay all the utilities, repairs, insurance, closing costs etc. yourself.
It doesn't matter. There are huge luxury apartments and then there are tiny run down houses. A tucked away apartment with good walls can be more private than a row house. Why not look at all that's available in your price range?
Renting a house usually is more expensive than renting a appartment. Landlords will require you both be over 18, show proof of steady income,
the 1st, last month rent plus a security deposit up front. Probably you'll
be expected to sign a lease for a set time period that cannot be broken.
Count on additional expenses such as utilities, heat if a house, insurance,
furniture or if furnished the rent will be higher. Moving out may be more
financially than you expect.
Neither of u qualify to rent anything more than apartment.
Better get educated adults locally to explain reality of renting to u FAST.
Renting a house usually means that you also have to pay for all utilities (electric, gas, heat, water, sewer, trash, cable, internet and phone).
You will likely also be responsible for yard maintence, mowing and snow removal.
apartment rent usually includes heat and hot water…in a house you have to pay extra..and it costs more to heat as it is larger and doesn't have units surrounding it to help with the heat.
and music can't be as loud as you want in a house either. it can't disturb the neighbors. sure it can be a little louder, but not blasting