Posted April 19, 2018 08:23:54I moved into my home in the suburbs of Sydney with my husband and our two young children in January 2018, after two years living in Melbourne.
After the move, I took on a second job as a manager at a large furniture retailer in the CBD, and after working hard to build my business I’ve now taken on a full-time role in the local community.
The transition has been a very exciting one for my family and I have a great deal of gratitude for the support from the community.
As an independent Australian, I have no plans to make any major changes to my lifestyle.
However, after four years of moving to the suburbs, I’ve started to think about what will happen when I retire.
I don’t think I’ll ever be able to live in the city anymore.
That is because the cost of living has become so high and so difficult to justify when you consider the cost and lifestyle of living in the suburb.
I want to live a very different life in a small, quiet, suburban community.
I am considering selling my home and moving back into the suburb to live with my partner, who has a full time job in the office.
I hope to live here for at least another decade, and I would love to have a house that I can live in with lots of space.
I hope to retire in the middle of that time.
What do you think?
What is the cost?
Is there a better option?
What if I’m already planning to retire?
What are the benefits of living more centrally?
I know there are a lot of factors that could influence your decision to move back to a suburb, but there are some very compelling reasons to consider moving back.
A significant change in the cost Of living is the most compelling reason for me to consider returning to the CBD.
There are a number of factors, such as the cost per square metre of property and the cost to live on public transport, that would make moving back to the city more feasible.
For instance, the cost increase is a big one when it comes to buying a house in the central city.
I have heard anecdotally that it can cost up to $300,000 to buy a house with two-car garage and a car park in a CBD suburb.
I’ve heard that if you want to buy in a city that is $150,000 a home, you can’t.
If you want a smaller house, you will have to pay more.
If you can afford to live at a higher price per square foot than the current average price of $750,000, the price difference will be substantial.
There are a couple of reasons why I believe I could save even more money by moving back home to the central part of Sydney, such a place as Caulfield.
The cost of the suburbs is higher.
For instance, if you live in a suburb like Caulfields, you pay $1,300 per week to live there.
If you live elsewhere, you could save about $700 per week on your rent.
It’s also more affordable if you rent a room.
For instance if you have a one-bedroom flat in Caulfield, you’ll be paying about $1 per week for your room.
If your landlord rents out two rooms, the rent is around $600 a week.
You could pay that off in just one week.
Living in the community means I’m less likely to have to spend money commuting to work.
My commute is far more efficient than the amount of time I have to commute to work each day.
I have heard of people who commute for 30 minutes to work every day, so commuting is no longer a significant issue for them.
While I live in Cadell, I am able to walk the length of Caulffield and get home in under 30 minutes.
Caulfields has some of the lowest rates of homelessness in the state.
Being in a place that I could easily afford to buy, rather than a place where I have too many issues to live and manage, would also be an important factor.
You could even get a place close to the office if you don’t live in your home too far away.
When I started looking at a number that suggested moving to Caulflfields, I found that there were many options that I couldn’t afford.
I’m not sure if I’d be able as a single parent with two children, but I don’t want to be too far from my children and I’d also want to save money to buy them a place.
What about housing?
The biggest benefit of moving back, if it were possible, is that you would be able move into a much smaller space.
The house would be smaller and it would allow for a smaller family.
A lot of people have already mentioned that they’d like to move to Cadeldale and I