The reason for that frustration is in the word “affordable.”
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What is an affordable apartment?
What does affordable mean?
It’s a purely subjective word, correct, but it’s based on very concrete information. Affordable for one person, or business, is not necessarily affordable for another. One person may have more disposable cash than another. One business may be able to pay more for an office for rent, or a warehouse for rent.
But the bottom line is the bottom line: we all have a clear idea of what “affordable” means to us, and we all operate within the confines of “affordable” as it applies to us.
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Now the problem arises when we try to match affordable with available. In other words, finding an affordable apartment may not be possible in an area you want to live in. It may be possible in a less-desirable area, but is that what you want to do? Businessmen face the same dilemma. They may find an affordable retail space to lease, but is it in the location they want?
Thus the dilemma, cost vs accessibility!
We know of an interesting solution to this affordability problem.
And that solution, at least in the Fort Worth, Texas, area, is Box Office Warehouse Suites.
Box Office Warehouse Suites is thirty-eight multi-use commercial properties for rent made from one-hundred shipping containers, and they are all affordable.
For as low as $875 per month . . . in the fastest growing commercial area in the DFW Metroplex, the Alliance Area, so we are talking about affordability PLUS great location!
Retail spaces for rent, warehouses for rent, office space for rent, all for as low as $875 per month, many with lofts, many with grass patios, almost like working at home, almost like affordable apartments within quality commercial property.
The Alliance Area is the place for any up-and-coming business. It offers the following:
- Minutes from dining & shopping at Alliance Town Center & Presido Junction
- One of the fastest growing area in the DFW Metroplex
- 50,000 households within five miles
- Average household income of $100,849
- Total population within 3 miles of 47,417
- 14,609 households within 3 miles.
So, what are we suggesting? Certainly not everyone can pick up and move to Fort Worth so no, we are not suggesting that. Certainly not everyone can find an affordable shipping container apartment. But we are suggesting you at least do some research into the possibilities available in your area. We are suggesting that there is more than one way to achieve that which you want and need. The status quo is not necessarily the only way. If you want an affordable apartment, or you want affordable commercial property, think outside the box and consider the unconventional. You just might be pleasantly surprised.