Rob5TCP wrote:I lived in 250 sq. feet near the UN for over 7 years and loved it. If it's well laid out (I had a Pullman kitchen and Murphy bed) which helped.
I was on the 22nd floor with a good, but not great view.
If your in a good area and plan to stay at least 5 years, it SHOULD turn out to be a reasonable "investment".
As to whether 400 SF is enough, only you can make that determination.
What city is this in?
InvestorNewb wrote:I found a condo (currently being built) for sale in my area for 200k but it is only 400 s.f.
InvestorNewb wrote:and doesn't have a balcony or separate bedroom.
InvestorNewb wrote: It's in a main city downtown and close to transit, so I'm thinking about getting it.
InvestorNewb wrote:Does this seem like a good idea ? Or am I basically 'writing off' finding a wife/having children one day by getting a unit this small.
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