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TOP 10 advice for people who are looking to rent a room in NYC



Living in New York can be amazing if you find the right apartment. Finding an apartment in New York can be challenging and we believe that thanks to our ten pieces of advice it will be much easier for you.

1. Suitable location
The first thing you need to consider and think about when renting an apartment is the location. Location is what will determine your lifestyle. There are many kinds of people, some people like localities with a higher incidence of greenery and others prefer a city center full of various activities. It is up to you to choose your location. So ask yourself what you like. Do you like peace? Green? Sport? The hustle and bustle of the city? More people in one place or less? It's all up to you. Based on your answers, you can choose the part of the city that will suit you best. In addition, you also need to be aware of the distance you will have to cover to work or school, if you go to school or work. Today, there are many schools and jobs that use the online education system and home office.

2. Financial options
Another important and necessary thing for moving to New York is your financial capabilities. What are they like? Again, you have to ask yourself how much you have and how much you can invest in housing. If you have strong financial capabilities, you can rent your own apartment or flat, and if you want to save, it is wise to consider so-called shared housing, which will significantly reduce your financial expenses. For example, visit this web-site and you will see that you will actually find many advantageous housing options that will suit you. Finance is one of the highest and most important things to consider when it comes to housing. Therefore, think very sensibly.

3. Recommendations
One of the main factors that will help you in your decision is personal recommendations. Think about it, and you may know someone close to you who already lives in New York and who would like to share their experiences with you. It might be your colleague or your classmate. In any case, a personal reference is one of the best ways to obtain relevant information that will guide you to make the right decision. So if you have a friend who has been living in New York for some time, don't be ashamed to ask him or her for advice on where he thinks it's best to live and why. Based on his answers, you will definitely make better decisions. Of course, it must be someone you trust.

4. Financial readiness
You must be prepared to pay the rent before you move to anywhere. Many real estate agents will require a deposit from you. You have to pay for it, otherwise you can forget about living in New York and basically anywhere. The best way to go about this is to use the so-called Coliving, because in this type of housing you pay much less and in return you really get many benefits.

5. Try a few personal tours
Try to go around several houses or apartments before you actually decide which one to move into. Many people draw hasty conclusions and decide to stay right after the first inspection, believing that this is the right thing to do, and then find out later that the truth was somewhere else entirely. Therefore, do not be afraid to make more tours of apartments and houses, based on which you will decide on the right accommodation just for you.

6. Ask people
People are one of the most trusted sources. Especially when it comes to people who have been living in the neighborhood you are interested in for a long time. Therefore, try to walk around the neighborhood and randomly ask a few people how they live there and what they see as the advantages and disadvantages of living there. Feel free to bypass the neighbors who live in the house you are going to move into. These can be a really great source for quality decisions. Another source that will tell you a lot about the location are local retailers. You will definitely find many different shops in your neighborhood. Therefore, ask their owners or operators how they rate the site. It is one of the most credible sources and if you are not ashamed, it will definitely be one of the main sources on the basis of which you then decide whether or not to live in a given locality.

7. Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
This is one of the very important questions, because it is on the basis of it that you can make very important decisions. Do you want to live alone, or will you have no problem sharing the housing with someone else? What am I going to talk about? Extroverts will probably have it easier, but there are also different options for introverts. For example, if you opt for shared living, you can rent a separate and private room with its own toilet and dressing room. It's up to you and your financial means to choose whatever suits you best.

8. Do you like an active lifestyle or a passive one?
One of the other things that can influence your decision is whether you are the active type of person or the passive. If you are active, it will be better to find housing near greenery or various parks and sports grounds. If you are a passive type of person, you probably will not mind living somewhere where sport is not an absolute priority—it can be, for example, various business parts of New York, which of course tend mainly to work lifestyle and not leisure.

9: Money doesn't solve everything. A good reference will help
References from a person who previously rented you an apartment or from someone who has already had some housing experience with you are one of the things that will make it much easier for you to find new housing. If you get a quality reference from your former landlord, your next landlord will look at you with a different eye than someone who does not have a reference. So a good reference can be very helpful.

10. How long do you want to live in New York?
If you want to stay in New York for a longer period of time, we recommend that you test more neighborhoods to be sure which one suits you best. That is why we recommend that you enter into a short-term contract at the beginning. Only consider a long-term contract after you have verified that everything suits you in the given neighborhood. Transportation, shops, restaurants, cafes, companies, access to your favorite places, access to work, etc. Testing will be the best thing you can do for yourself.

New York City aka Big Apple is a city of unlimited possibilities and this applies not only to business but also to living. We believe that our ten points helped you in your decision because finding the right housing is often a big deal. We sincerely hope we have made it easier for you with this article.










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