If you have to live somewhere, you might as well live somewhere that you want to be.
After all, where you stay represents a kind of sanctum. It’s a sacred place, somewhere that you’re free to just relax and cut loose a little bit. You’re free to be yourself here. There’s no work to be done – unless you work from there – and it’s generally just supposed to be somewhere where you chill out for a while.
That said, it’s hard to relax if you have neighbors blasting the latest hipster tunes at midnight until four in the morning. It’s also hard to relax if you have dogs barking nearby or if you live in a bad neighborhood where there’s the feeling of violence about to break out.
But that’s just in general. As a rule, GoRenter tends not to keep houses in such places. They’re not safe.
But let’s consider this from a closer angle, shall we? Let’s consider what happens if you don’t have enough bathrooms or bedrooms or you don’t have the space you need.
Suddenly, home is really, really annoying, isn’t it? You have to wait for the restroom, you have to sleep on the couch, do all kinds of things that, though charming at first, really lose their luster before long.
Fortunately, that’s quite avoidable. All you have to do is pick a house that closely matches your needs. Make sure you know what you need beforehand and you should be good to go.