Hello! This is TAKUYA, a TESEN share house management staff member. First of all! This article is for those in their 30’s. After reading this article, you may be thinking, “This share house looks better than I thought it would be! I was worried about a lot of things, but now I can imagine what it would be like to live in a share house! I’ll make an inquiry right away!” I’d be happy if you feel this way! Now let’s get started.
- Reasons for moving into a share house in thirties
- Age Limits for Share House
- Advantages and disadvantages of age restrictions
- Recommended share houses with age restrictions
1. Reasons for moving into a share house in thirties
The reasons for moving into a TESEN share house by actual residents in their 30s are as follows.
・To transfer or change jobs
・To reduce commuting time
・Want to socialize
・Want to live in another share house
The most common reason is [transferring or changing jobs]. We often hear people say, “I’m planning to move from another prefecture, but I don’t know anyone, and I don’t know the area at all. If I move to a share house, there will be other people living there, and they will be able to teach me a lot. There must be a lot of anxiety about a new life in a new town, but the great thing about a share house is that you can talk to other people living there and make friends right away, making starting a new life in a share house exciting.
There are also those who live in a share house because “it takes me 2 hours each way to get to work, so I want to be close to my work,” or “I’m bored of repeating the same day to day routine of going to work and home, so I want to socialize with someone,” or even “the share house I’m currently living in doesn’t suit me.
2. Age Limits for Share House
In fact, there are many age restrictions for share houses. Some share houses have age restrictions, such as 20 years old and up, while others have age restrictions. The conditions vary from share house to share house, so be sure to check with the management company.
Why do so many share houses have an age limit?
That’s because there are so many benefits for the tenants!
If there are many advantages for residents, of course it will be easier for them to move in. Therefore, having an age limit is a plus for the share house management. So let’s take a look at the specific benefits for residents.
3. Advantages and disadvantages of age restrictions
Let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of each share house by dividing the age limit into two categories.
The first is a share house that can accommodate a wide range of ages, “from 20 years old”
・Meet a wide variety of people
・Conflicts of values
・Conflicts of opinion
This is what a share house is all about! On the one hand, there is the advantage of living with people of various generations whom you have never met before and having new experiences, but on the other hand, there can also be differences of opinion due to the clash of values caused by being separated by age. There really is a fine line between advantages and disadvantages, and they are two sides of the same coin.
The second is a share house with a targeted age group, such as a “limited age group.
・Many people of the same age group
・Easy to get used to
・No interaction with the younger generation
Many of the share houses that target a specific age range set the age range relatively high. For example, “25-39 year olds only. In this case, most of the residents will be working adults, and many of them will be in the same age range as you. The advantage of having tenants in the same situation as you is that it makes it easier to adjust to a share house even if it’s your first time.
However, in terms of social interaction, which is one of the best parts of living in a share house, this share house is not for those who want to interact with and be stimulated by the younger generation.
Please see here for a detailed explanation of share house troubles that everyone is concerned about~.
【Management staff talk about problems and countermeasures in share houses.】
We have looked at the advantages and disadvantages of each share house by dividing the age restrictions into two categories. Have you been able to visualize which one would be better for you to live in? Now let’s take a look at how to actually find a share house that suits you. Let’s take a look at how to find a share house.
4. Recommended share houses with age restrictions
This article is for those in their 30s, so we will introduce a share house exclusively for those aged 25-39 (44 for women).
Share house：KAE OSAKA
It has good access to Umeda in Osaka as it is only about 10 minutes by train. The share house features a large counter kitchen, and many people move in from other prefectures due to relocation or job change. The house has a relaxed atmosphere as it is limited to those over 25 years old. With many residents of the same generation, this share house is popular with working adults in their late 20s to 30s, and is highly recommended for those looking for a share house in the Umeda area of Osaka.
I think share houses are a great place for people in their 20’s and even for those in their 30’s to have an experience they’ve never had before. Being stimulated by people of your own generation, not your coworkers or local friends, is sure to be a special time. I hope that all of you will cherish that feeling of interest.
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