Some people love the energy and hustle of urban life. Some prefer the slower pace and more tranquility of living in the suburbs. Both lifestyles have their advantages and disadvantages, so there’s no need to judge. It is important to consider your priorities when looking for a home. You wouldn’t want an SUV to drive if you are a sports car enthusiast. A home mortgage is much more expensive than a car payment.
You might be an urbanite, if you:
- Your nightlife is your life
- If you have a commute, it is not something you enjoy.
- Museums, concerts, art exhibitions, lectures, and other events will ring your bells
- Walking to the corner coffee shop is a great way to get your morning caffeine fix
- You can connect with nature by taking a walk through the park
- Your sedan was replaced by a 10-speed bicycle
You might be a suburbanite If:
- You want lots of yard.
- You will feel at ease by the sound of cicadas and hoot owls, as well as wind rustling trees.
- You are into playdates and PTA, as well as other pursuits related to parenthood
- You can commute to work as long as you have a good audiobook.
- Block parties and backyard barbecues with neighbors are great ways to spend Saturday afternoons
- Happiness is closer to nature than you think.
This will help you think about what you want for your home and community. Once you know what you are looking for give Preferred Properties of Texas a call so we can help find a place that appeals you.