You might think it would be a simple decision: Buy an expensive apartment, and you can save money on rent and other expenses.
But if you’re struggling to make ends meet and don’t want to make major lifestyle sacrifices, you might consider renting a home.
And that could be a good decision.
For one thing, if you can afford to live in a home, it can help your income and the quality of your life.
It also gives you a chance to see the place first-hand and see what kind of amenities are available to you, says Paul Hochstein, a professor of housing at New York University.
If you can live with the mortgage, you’re likely to find a nice, safe, and clean place that’s not too big, he says.
If you have to pay for the place, it’s also a good way to build your savings and make a real-estate investment.
You can’t afford to be broke and living on the streets, says Robert Schulze, a financial planner and founder of Hochstien.
And the home is an investment that can be worth tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Housing is one of the most important types of investments, says Marcia Brown, a vice president at investment firm Urban Edge Advisors.
It’s not something that you can just put away, but you should consider investing in it, says Brown, who has advised some of the country’s biggest and most successful people on the topic.
Hochstein is the co-author of the best-selling book “A Billion Dollar Home.”
It focuses on the factors that can help a home cost less than $700,000, including amenities, proximity to transit, and proximity to a transit system.
For example, if the nearest Metro station is 15 minutes away, you can drive an hour and a half from your house to get to it.
If your commute from your home to work is 30 minutes, you could commute by car.
The same goes for an apartment.
If there are a couple of subway stops, you should be able to get there in 30 minutes.
It can be hard to find, especially if you live far from work.
But it’s not as hard to make a purchase if you have a budget.
Consider the costs of the place you want to buy.
There are many factors that will help determine the price you’re willing to pay, says Hochschild.
For example, you may have to spend a significant amount on the home, rent, and utilities.
And you might be more concerned about the cost of labor, which can also vary widely from one region to another.
The best way to find out if a place is affordable is to visit it, say experts like Schulzes.
If the place is within a few minutes of the subway or bus stop, it might be a bargain, says Schulz.
And if you rent the place for more than a few months, it’ll be cheaper to buy it.
In addition, you need to consider your financial situation.
You need to be able pay your rent, but also you need enough income to support yourself and your family, Schulzing says.
That means you should look at the cost per square foot and make sure you’re paying a reasonable amount for that space, too.
Hirschfeld and Brown both recommend that people look for the apartment in a neighborhood that is closer to their job.
If they can’t live in that neighborhood, they might consider a cheaper place.
If the price is too high, Hochsteins advice is to rent an apartment closer to work.
But if you’ve got an apartment with good amenities, including a gym, indoor swimming pool, and indoor pool deck, it could be worth considering renting that space.
Hochsten says if you find a good rental, it will be a great investment in your financial future.
In other words, don’t rent a house just because you want the best apartment.
It could be an investment in a different lifestyle, he adds.