Our college years were all about pulling all-nighters’ to finish off assignments and cramming last minute to study for exams, living off of convenience store food and at the same time, trying to go out and party every other weekend. Once we have graduated, we then spend a couple of years living in apartments and trying to manage living entirely independently. This is considered to be both a fun and stressful time for a lot of us since we are struggling to make ends meet. So, once we are in a position in life where we are finally able to have enough money to opt for a more permanent living situation. I would like to coax you towards the direction of condos because living in a condo will actually be good for your wellbeing.
Condos are located around main city centers and districts the way apartments are. So, you do not end up giving up on the surroundings you are familiar and comfortable with. Now a lot of people would argue that a house in the suburbs is more relaxing than living in the middle of the city, and while that may be true to an extent, it is not the case. Living in the suburb means living almost an hour or more away from the city. That means driving long distances and dealing with stressful traffic on your way to and back from work. This driving process ends up causing stress to our body, affecting our back, neck and shoulders. It also causes us to be stressed out, tired and irritable as well. So, if you prefer living in the city and want to avoid having wake up an hour earlier every day to drive to work, you should strongly consider condos. In fact, M City Condo is a recently launched project that is still open for bookings.