Renting A Room VS Renting A House

Updated: Apr 17, 2021


Renting a Room VS Renting a House
Renting a Room VS Renting a House

No matter which rental option you choose, deciding to rent an apartment or a room can be a dilemma for both students and working people.


You would want to watch a football match or Fifa World Cup in the early hour and invite your friends over, but it could interrupt your housemates’ good sleep. You may like to invite visitors or your family and having a pet at home but not everyone is comfortable with your cuddly furry friend.  It could be a bit frustrating but above all, that is warm, cozy and happy.


There are some key points that you should keep in mind before renting an apartment or a room. Continue reading, we will walk you through the pros and cons of both housing options.


Beautiful Studio Room at Central Pudu
Beautiful Studio Room @ Central Pudu

Rent Rental KL @Room Rental Utopia Co Living


Renting a Room

Pros:

(1) Cheaper Rental Fee


Renting a room is budget friendly if compared to have a whole apartment or house of your own. Even the whole place is not entirely yours, but you can still have the necessities like bathroom, kitchen, and a common area. From a financial standpoint, this is the most ideal for certain people as splitting bills and other utilities can save you a lot of money.


UTOPIA provide many areas of room rental to the citizens such as Cheras, Kuala Lumpur and Pudu. You can enjoy low price with nice facilities if you rent a room in KL with them. There are too much of benefits such as,

• free cleaning

• zero deposit

• fully furnished

• near distance to public transportation


All in all, if you are finding a room to rent, you may check out here to get more details that you need for room rental KL.