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Rural vs Urban

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Urban vs Rural

Our listings are filled with a variety of properties that cater for a spectrum of needs: from city-centre studio apartments for the busy professional through to large family homes in the suburbs for a growing family. Location is often noted to be a key criterion, if not the key criterion, for choosing a future home.

When deciding upon a future home, the process grows beyond ensuring there are enough bedrooms, or if the rent is affordable. A home is just that: a place to live, grow and develop the relationships with those close to us. Thus, it becomes paramount that the home is located in an area that can facilitate the requirements for living.

On a basic level, the contest is between living in urban developments or in rural retreats. The former, often referential to cities and large towns presents a variety of aspects for living that contrast those offered from a more countryside-based rural lifestyle.

With city-living comes access. Business and commercial developments hold greater presence in these areas, with almost everything that would be required for day-to-day living in close proximity.  Urban lifestyles are suited to those who enjoy a more active routine with opportunity to dine-out or enjoy live entertainment.

Rural living is noted to offer a quieter and more slow-paced lifestyle. Away from the ‘hustle and bustle’ of city-life, countryside properties, often larger, are situated a little further from amenities. It may prove a little more costly with amenities a little more spread out

The decision between the two can only ever be an individual choice, based upon current lifestyles and the plan for the future.

Which would you choose?

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