A suburban life provides a little seclusion from busy cities and crowded towns, however, for some, it can be too cut off from society. Let’s first take a look at the pros:
Easier to obtain insurance in suburban areas
Fewer car accidents take place in the suburbs
Better housing options for larger families
Peaceful living in the suburbs away from the hustle and bustle of cities.
Usually, living in the suburbs means a longer commute to work
Extra cost for furniture due to a bigger property
Public transport can be sparse
May need to travel far for nightclubs, cinemas and other activities.
Urban living means that you’re never too far away from the nightlife and hustle and bustle of people, but is that for everyone? Let’s look at the pros and cons of urban life:
Usually, urban living means less of a commute to work
Urban residents have access to great public transport
If you have kids, there are a usually a number of schools to choose from
Living spaces can feel slightly congested in urban locations
Inner city homes tend to be more expensive that suburban homes
White noise can be distracting when living in a city
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