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Disadvantages of Living in a Flat

BY: Sathish k Paul | Category: Self-Improvement | Submitted: 2010-10-31 07:42:47
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Article Summary: "A flat is a multi-unit high rise building and is also called as an apartment building. Flats have several advantages and disadvantages, read on to find more..."

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A flat is a part of a multi-unit high rise building and is also called as an apartment building. There are many people who live in these places because of the lack of place in cities. In rural areas, there are very few apartments because the value of the land is less and people have enough place. The population is also less and there is enough place for people to build their houses and live alone in a single house with even a garden around.

As far as city life is concerned, there are much more things at stake. A person may not have any place to live because of the overcrowding that is present. The value of land in a city is very high and for you to be able to get an individual house, you need to be a millionaire. So, unless you are a millionaire or a billionaire, you will be forced to live in apartments. This can have a few advantages, but there are also a lot of disadvantages of living in a flat.

The various disadvantages of living in a flat are as follows:

1. Overcrowded place:

The flats are all crowded because the number of people living in a small area is very high. There are so many people living in the place that you do not have privacy at all.

2. Risks:

There are a lot of risks that are involved as far as living in a flat is concerned. The reason for this is that children may fall out. Though there are many people who are safe, there are many instances of accidents too. Kids and even adults may fall down from unprotected areas high up in the apartment or even through the windows, if they are not barred.

3. No space to play:

Few kids have enough place to play when they live in an apartment. This is a major disadvantage of living in a flat. Though many of the builders and building promoters are building various parks and place to play in each apartment, these are still a distant cry from the usual parks that are used for many of the other people to play in. The kids are not able to play in their natural surroundings.

4. Aloof:

In a city, the people are all very aloof and even though there are many flats close to each other, there are very few people who are knowledgeable of what is going on in the next house. People do not want others to pry into their private lives and so are not friendly with the other people living nearby.

5. No greenery around:

There can only be potted plants kept inside the house or on the balcony. The reason for this is that there is no sunlight for the plants to grow. So the natural surroundings are lost for the people in the house and also for the kids.

These are the various reasons for the flats to be a disadvantage. In spite of this may people live in flats and apartments because they usually have no other choice. The cost of living is so high that people in cities will be lucky to have such kinds of flats because many people do not even have that. So each person has to be contended with the life they have chosen and be happy to live in an apartment than feeling sorry for it.

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