By Andrew Lassman | 04 February 2017 11:51am ESTIt’s a question that’s been raised time and again, whether the best way to save yourself from eviction is to get a job.
But it may be time to start looking at the pros and cons of renting.
According to a recent study by rental firm Bausch & Lomb, a majority of renters report that they’ve faced eviction for various reasons, and they’re not alone.
Accordingly, the next question is whether renting in Belmars most expensive neighborhood is the right choice.
Here are some of the pros, cons and alternatives to Belmont.
If you’re a Belmont renter, here are the pros:You can live in the neighborhood with more amenities.
You can have the luxury of not having to deal with a huge amount of traffic and noise that you’d have to deal in a more central location.
The neighborhood has much better amenities than you might think.
You have more options when it comes to rent.
You get a lot of security for your rental, which is more than can be said for a lot in Belmar.
While many Belmont residents report feeling intimidated by the eviction process, there are some positives to renting in the area, according to the study.
If renting in a neighborhood with so many choices and so many potential pitfalls, it’s not a bad idea to look into it.
If you are unsure of your options, or feel intimidated by renting in your neighborhood, the study suggests a good place to start is to ask a realtor.
Bausch and Lomb surveyed more than 500 renters in Belmopost from October 2015 to December 2016.
In the study, they found that 71 percent of the renters were aware of the eviction risk.
In other words, renters felt safe in Belmetons most expensive neighborhoods, and that’s because they had been warned.
They also noted that the neighborhoods are fairly well known, and renters had heard of the high risk of eviction in the past.
The report notes that there are three main factors that make Belmont a great place to rent: affordability, proximity and accessibility.
The study notes that renters in the city are often unable to access affordable housing and may not be able to afford to live there, but they’re also less likely to be evicted.
So, for renters who want the best of both worlds, renting in an affordable area is the best choice.
It may be cheaper than renting in Manhattan or Brooklyn, but the study found that renters were willing to pay more than half the rent in Belmos most expensive boroughs.
For example, renters in Manhattan would have to pay $2,939 a month, while Belmont renters would have the same amount of rent as the renters in Queens and Brooklyn.
But the study also found that Belmont is relatively cheap compared to many other areas in the country.
For example, it costs $1,500 less per month in Manhattan than it does in Belmo, and it costs just $3,800 less per year than it did in New York City.