City Vs Suburbs: What should you go for?

One important question that strikes in the mind of every home buyer is the one about cities and suburbs. It always confuses us whether to choose a city as our living destination or a suburb. While a city provides excellent connectivity and better services, suburbs boast of a calmer surrounding and affordable homes. The decision in this regards is affected by several factors such as your home buying budget, your age and family.

City Vs Suburbs What should you go for

If you are a young buyer and have just started with your career, the first thing in your mind while a property buying will be its proximity to your job location. You would most probably choose an urban destination that is closer to your office and that can meet all your family requirements within minutes. However, if you are close to your retirement age, you will probably go for a single family home in a suburb not-so-far. It would be calm and serene so that you can live your post retirement days in bliss and also the emergency facilities would not be far away.

Though cities and suburbs have their own advantages and disadvantages, here is a comparative analysis on the basis of some popular criteria:

Affordability- It is quite evident that the more you enter the city, higher do the property prices go. A home in the center of the city with all modern conveniences will obviously be priced higher than the one that is a little far off. Hence in the matters of affordability, suburbs locality is the winner. Homes in the outskirts are comparatively cheaper.

Outdoor View- The view from an apartment differs on the basis of buyer’s preference. A home in the suburb might offer you the view of a deserted area or of a home under construction. On the other hand, a city apartment offers you a great view of the road or park or metro as per your requirements. Hence, in this case, city is a winner.

Conveniences- It is obvious that you will get abundant facilities in cities, suburbs in India are not lagging behind in this matter. Reputed hospitals, schools and malls are coming up around the residential areas on the outskirts. Hence it’s a tie between the two.

Connectivity- The biggest happiness in a commuter’s life is not having to deal with an infuriating traffic. Suburbs are now connected with cities through a network of roads and highways. Metro services and other commuting facilities are also reaching the far off areas. Whereas in cities you often have to worry about traffic jams. If you hate traffic, a home on the outskirts would be a good idea.

Read More About…….Under Construction Property vs Ready to Move in Property