I'm just wondering and does living in a nicer area like a nice spacious condo or house in a desirable area really give guys some brownie points compared to the guy who lives in a maybe bad or dangerous area?
Yes it matters
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Nope living in the hood or in a seedy apartment doesn't matter
yup it does. I would not want to go to an unsafe place
Yes. If we're going to hang out, I want to know that my car will be safe outside and that the chances of me being mugged or robbed on the way to his apartment or stumbling upon some crazy mess won't happen. I dated a guy who lived in a bad neighborhood and I will never do it again. People buying drugs were constantly coming in and out of the apartment complex. They'd leave the door open so any random person could come in and get their drugs which is dangerous for children. The cops found out and arrested the guy but still, that went on for like a whole year. Parking was a b*tch and I was constantly worried that my car, which I worked hard for, was going to get messed up or that someone would run into it. One time, I was waiting outside for him because he hadn't gotten back from the store yet. It was late at night and very dark. Some car sped, had to have been doing at least 55 mph right in front of me through a back alley way as if he/she had just been involved in some crazy sh*t that they wanted to get away from. Low income apartment complexes also often don't have the money to properly take care of certain things like he had a black mold issue in his shower and they just knocked out the ceiling and put some flimsy board of cardboard over it. They had a minor bug problem that kept coming back.
Makes a gal feel more comfortable and safe dating a guy who lives in a safe area where the apartment complex can afford to take care of important necessities.
Of course! It's a matter of safety. I wouldn't even want my girlfriend to visit me if I lived in the ghetto or an unsafe neighborhood. I can risk myself, but I wouldn't want to risk the possibility of something happening to her during each visit.