It’s an age-old question: Is it better to rent an apartment or house or is it better to buy one? The question isn’t as easy as it sounds, because it can depend on a number of factors, including how big your household is, how settled you are and how much you have to spend. But it does help to weigh the pros and cons of renting vs. buying.
Cost In most markets, renting is usually cheaper than buying on a monthly basis, although there are a number of factors that affect that. For example, if you rent a furnished apartment from a corporate housing provider, it is likely to cost a lot more on a monthly basis, but you also won’t have to buy any furniture, which could cost you thousands