Lets say a 11000 sq feet house in both, which is more expensive? And which do you prefer to live?
- Suburb20% (1)18% (2)19% (3)Vote
- City80% (4)82% (9)81% (13)Vote
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I don't thin you can find 11 thousand square feet in a city or suburb unless it's a warehouse. Maybe way out in the country like a barn?
The city property is usually more expensive. There's trade offs. In the city I can walk to almost anything or it'a a short commute, usually by public transportation or car. In the suburbs it'a almost always going to be a car ride. A lot of jobs & things of interest are in the city, so you're always commuting. I prefer to live in the city. You don't really need a car but I have one just for convenience sake. Some people don't they just rent one for vacations & trips like that.
In the end it may be quieter, a little more cheap & cleaner to live in a suburb. You're always commuting. Drive from your house to the train. Pay to park. Pay for the train. Drive back home. If you go into the city for a ballgame that's a long ride. That all adds up to a lot of wasted time.0