There are quite a few cases in which you would fit like a globe in a co-living space.
- Are you moving to the city with little furniture and looking for a full-furniture house with a limited budget?
- Are you planning to stay for the week in the city but travel home on weekends? Or are you coming to the town to do some job, a degree or post-grad for at least 3 months?
- Do you want to settle in the city, but want to know the city better and take some time to find your dreamed house and then bring the family?
- Are you a young person that wants to move from the family house while saving some money to buy a home in the near future?
Co-living should be perfect for you if you identify yourself with any of the situations described above.
There are a few things you consider before moving into a co-living space.
- If you have kids, pets, or planning to move with a family, co-living might not be your best option.
- If privacy for you is above everything else, you should consider a different environment.
- Do you receive visitors all the time, or do you need to do plenty of activities after hours? You probably find it challenging to accommodate the rules of the co-living space.
Co-living probable is not the most recommended environment to raise a family.