LOOK: The Cheapest “House” For Rent in Caldwell is a Steal
According to 24/7 Wall St., Idaho is in the top ten when it comes to high average home cost. The report says that the average price of a home in Idaho is $427,410.
Chump change, right?
All kidding aside - it can be difficult for those looking to get a house but don't have the means to finance a house with a heft price tag. There are options and while some say it's a waste of money in the long run (they could be right), for some of us, it's the most affordable way to live comfortably.
Introducing the cheapest "house" in Caldwell
Perhaps you're in my situation and are looking for a place to live but you want to save as much money as possible - I have great news for you. I found what appeared to be a house during my search but I learned (thanks to the fine print) that this wasn't in fact a house; rather, it was an apartment that could arguably pass for a house. But hey, if it looks like a house, smells like a house... wait - that's not how it goes.
Now, at least in my opinion, you'll want to ask yourselves a few questions before moving forward with the "house" that's just $900 a month:
- Am I okay with no roommate or one at the most?
- Do I like cozy spaces?
- Am I okay with living in a "house" that's not actually a house?
If you answered yes to all of those questions then this could be the ultimate money-saving property you've been looking for.
Let's take a look at the cheapest "house" in Caldwell.
The Cheapest "House" For Rent in Caldwell is an Absolute Steal
Perhaps you have a budget that's a little higher than $900 a month? Let's look at five houses you can rent for under $1,500 a month.