Some people think that it's always better to live in the rented accomodation. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of it.

Accomodation is
of the
being or involving basic facts or principles
needs of the mankind, whether it is owned or rented. There are people who have the notion that they must own a
while others think it is best to live in the rented
making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
. The merits and demerits of a rented
making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
are enumerated in the following paragraphs. Why it is beneficial to rent a
rather than owning a
and foremost merit of living in a rented
is the tenants do not have the burden of maintenance of the building which on its counterpart is the biggest worry.
For instance
, the painting of the
or any leakage of the
pipelines etc
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pipelines, etc.
pipelines etc.
are the responsibilities of the owner of the
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house, although
sometimes tenants have to pay a limited amount of money for
according to the agreement.
rented accomodation is best suited for individuals who are working far away from their home and
got transferred from
place to another frequently.
For example
, my cousin who works for a multinational company in Thailand got transferred to Singapore recently and it was very easy for him to move because of the rented rented
On the contrary
, there are two main demerits of living in a rented
the restrictions imposed by the owner
as Limited use of water and electricity, time
, prohibition on loud music and arranging parties at home.
Secondly sometimes
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Secondly, sometimes
owners can
give the sudden notice to vacate the
within a specific period of time and it could be very difficult to find a new place to move to, on
a short notice as
has to consider a number of factors before moving to a new home. To conclude, I would say as an old adage goes "Every coin has two sides", there are both pros and cons of living in a rented accommodation as
has to be careful while choosing the type of accommodation that he or she needs.
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