When it comes to renting out a level furnished apartment, this story might not be the best fit for you
Posted On May 23, 2021
I recently got a level-fenced apartment in Seattle.
The property has an enormous balcony, so when I got the offer, I was quite happy to do so.
I wasn’t expecting much, but I was prepared for it to be pretty pricey.
The condo is just over a million square feet, and it comes with all the amenities a person needs, including a spa, a pool, and a deck overlooking the ocean.
It has been renovated since 2010, and there are plans to add a private pool and a heated spa as well.
I was a bit disappointed when the listing was updated to say that I wouldn’t be able to do anything with the unit, because it is an apartment, and not a home.
I’ve had my share of roommates who have had a level of infidelity, and I’m not too concerned about my roommate’s feelings being hurt.
It’s just that this isn’t something I could really put my finger on as an issue.
I had the opportunity to talk to a local real estate agent who works with some of Seattle’s most affluent and wealthy folks, and he said there are several factors that could make a level a little less affordable for someone like me.
First of all, it’s not a condominium.
A condo does have an elevator, and even a hotel room in a condo is not technically a unit.
So, if the person who rents out the level is not your type of person, you’ll have to get a separate floor plan and find a different roommate, and the apartment will not be as great as it could be.
Another thing that could affect the level would be if the owner is wealthy.
A lot of Seattle condo owners are extremely wealthy, and they don’t mind having a couple of people living in the same apartment, but they don