IKEA has a bad rap, but I think a lot of that is from their older ranges, which were often freestanding units made to look like fixed cabinets. I own a rental home with IKEA cabinets and it looks better than any of my other places that had much more expensive custom cabinetry. They are pretty good quality these days; the faucets and other fixtures maybe not so much though.... more
Here is a very simple answer,
to what otherwise is not the simple question
most would readily believe that to be.
Does your lifestyle allow you to purchase a multi unit?
A. Tax Deductions a single family home does not afford.
B. Income a single family home does not create.
C. What if you end up staying longer than you plan?
What if you leave much earlier than you forecast?
What if the size of your household grows?
In all cases - you rent the unit you were residing in...and no problem.
Wondering why I think this is a great idea?
I did it.