More than a third (35%) of all Americans rent luxury apartments, lofts, or more traditional apartments or units. The best apartments have many different advantages — from cost savings, time savings, and more. What are the perks of choosing a new luxury apartment over other types of housing?
Get The Best Deals For The Lowest Price
On average, U.S. men and women stand to save $560 per month when renting. (Americans who rent their homes do not have to think about things like depreciation, which can be a huge deterrent for homeowners.) People can also select new luxury apartments, such as loft apartments for rent, for their cost efficiency. Renters can choose lofts and apartments with relatively new energy efficient appliances. By making this simple decision, renters save on the cost of installing them and save money on energy bills each and every month.
Forget About Maintenance!
The majority of luxury apartments are not run by any single person or landlord. In fact, most are run by an experienced team — usually a property management company. Property management companies are dedicated to providing renters with the very best experience. For that reason, they typically offer fast, efficient maintenance every day of the week (and sometimes even 24/7).
Make The Most Out Of Your Living Space
Finally, high-end apartment units can be just as spacious and luxurious as a house. (In fact, open, roomy apartments are sometimes all people need — especially if it just a couple or a single person enjoying that space.) Renters can still make major adjustments to make it feel a bit more like home, too. Some property management companies have no qualms about renters painting. Even if they do, renters can consider other options for that pop of color — like painting furniture itself. Complete the look by covering bare floors or so-so carpeting with large area rugs of your choosing.
Luxury apartments offer just that — luxury. On average, renters pay less and they spend considerably less time (if any) on maintenance and repairs. And, with a few homey touches, high-end apartment units can be just as nice — or nicer! — than single family homes.