Home Design. Friday , January 19th , 2018 - 18:02:50 PM
You need to determine what is most important to you within your unique budget and find that middle ground. My advice, is if you find an apartment that is 70-80% ideal, take it, because the pickier you are the harder the search will be! I learned this the hard way a longtime ago and you do not want to get stuck chasing around that "magical apartment". Yes, it is possible you might get lucky and find that perfect apartment but so is hitting the jackpot in the lottery!
Next, determine what you can afford, landlords make this part easy because to qualify for most apartments in the Big Apple, you need to have a good credit standing (650 or above), earn a yearly household income of 40-50 times your monthly rent and if you dont, then you need a guarantor. He or she needs to earn 80-100 times the monthly rent. For example the average one bedroom apartment in East Village is about $2,300 -$2,600 per month; you will need annual household income of $92,000 to qualify and a guarantor, would need a yearly income of $184,000 minimum.
Communities within 15 minutes of shopping centers, entertainment hubs and other desirable landmarks were placed high on my short list. As a contrast, some of the communities I visited were long hauls from commercial activity of any kind, and some were near special facilities Id be more likely to visit on a monthly or annual basis, like Lowes Home Improvements, Home Depot, furniture outlets, vacuum cleaner distributors, and so on.