Moving out from home: What you need to know
Written by: Nena Julia Aichholzer, 02.09.2021
A new period of life begins! After finishing high school, completing civil service and going on a trip abroad, many people are moving out from their parents’ home and start living on their own for the very first time.
Some will move to a dormitory, others start living with their best friends in a shared flat and some even want to look for an apartment just for themselves after leaving their parents’ home. Here is an overview of all differences and advantages!
In a dormitory you don’t have to worry about much, apart from your personal luggage and a few kitchen utensils, because dormitories such as STUWO Student Housing offer young adults a wide range of living arrangements and a comprehensive range of leisure activities. The rent already includes electricity and heating costs, hot water, WiFi, TV fee, gym and even regular room cleaning, you don’t have to worry about anything!
But no matter what your new living situation looks like, there are some things that you always have to consider:
- What do I need when I move out of home?
- How much money do I need when moving out?
- What else has to be done when moving?
In order to give you an answer to all these questions, we have put together a checklist for moving out with the most important to-dos for moving out from home.