NYC apartment hunting – what $2000 will get you…

NYC Apartment Hunting

Dansk / Jeg har på det seneste kigget lidt på lejligheder på Manhattan. Ikke fordi jeg står og skal flytte lige foreløbig. Jeg studerer stadigvæk, og har ikke planer om at flytte før jeg er færdig til sommer, som minimum. Det kræver selvfølgelig at jeg har fundet et job når jeg er færdiguddannet. Selvom man absolut ikke skal være ude i god tid, når man skal finde lejlighed i New York City, så kan jeg godt lide at begynde at undersøge boligmarkedet allerede nu. Det giver mig nemlig mulighed for at udforske de forskellige områder i New York City. På den måde kan jeg nu begynde at få et indblik i hvad jeg kan få for mine penge Mid-town Manhattan vs. Harlem vs. Brooklyn vs. Chinatown etc.

Det er faktisk lidt hyggeligt at tage til Open House i weekenderne. I hvert fald så længe jeg ikke har travlt med at finde lejligheden. De fleste af os ved sikkert at New York er en enormt dyr by at bo i, men mange bliver alligevel overraskede over hvor lidt du rent faktisk får for dine penge. Specielt hvis du gerne vil bo centralt. Videoen nedenfor er den første i min ‘NYC apartment hunting’ serie, og her viser jeg hvad du kan få for $2000 i Mid-town East, så vi taler knap 14.000 danske kroner om måneden. Hvis I har nogle spørgsmål til videoen eller bolig søgen i NYC, så kommenter endelig nedenfor.

Hvis I er interesserede i mere NYC-relateret indhold, så husk at jeg har en New York’ sektion lige her.


English / Lately I have been checking out quite a few apartments in Manhattan. Not that I am about to move right now. I am still studying and I’m not planning to move before I have finished my studies and found a full-time job. Although you should not go searching for your next apartment months in advance here in NYC I just thought it was nice to start checking out the market now. It gives me the chance to explore the different areas and to being able to compare prices. What you get for your money can definitely vary a lot from Mid-town to Harlem to Brooklyn to Chinatown etc.

I am sure that most of us are aware of the fact that New York City is an expensive city to be in. However people often get surprised about exactly how little you are able to get for your money here. People are definitely willing to settle with pretty dumpy places for the convenience of having everything outside their door. Myself included it seems. The video I have shared in this post is the first in a series I call ‘NYC Apartment Hunting’. I think you get a very realistic picture of what you can get for $2000 in Manhattan. I hope you enjoy it! If you have any questions, please write them down in the comments below and I’ll get back to you ASAP!

BTW did you guys know that I have an entire section on my blog dedecated to NYC only? You can find my ‘New York’ section right here.

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