So, I had been under the impression that there were only three different appearances for the interior of your apartment (based on them being 2-car, 6-car or 10-car capacity) with the only major difference being the location of the building and the view out the window (if any). However, upon having finally saved up enough money to upgrade to an apartment with a 10-car garage, I hopped in to an Invite Only lobby to take a chopper tour around the city and do some real estate research. What I've found has left me a little conflicted, and I'd love to get as much info as I can before I invest $300k in a change of address.
So, does anyone know if there is a difference between the interiors of the apartments that are located in the same building? Like, I would figure Tinsel Towers Apt. 45 has a better view than Tinsel Towers Apt. 29, since I assume it is located on the 4th floor vs the 2nd floor... but the property description for Apt. 29 specifically calls out that it has "parquet flooring, granite countertops, floating fireplace, bland modern art, walk-in closet, towel warmers, leather headboard, man cave..." whereas Apt. 45 doesn't say anything more specific than "retro-slash-ultramodern apartment building." Also of note is the fact that, despite being on a lower floor, Apt. 29 is $16,000 more expensive.
If the descriptions on Dynasty 8's website are meaningless, and all the 10-car-capacity apartments are the same once you get inside, then it's a no-brainer that I want to move in to Del Perro heights. The multiple nearby stores for quick money-making as soon as you spawn, the proximity to the beach/pier area and golf course, and the easy commute to the dock/helipad area make it the prime location in my opinion. However, if the apartments really ARE different on the inside, I feel like it will be a toss-up between Tinsel Towers Apt. 29 and Weasel Plaza Apt. 101.
Honestly, I'm just really disappointed at the lack of understandable or useful information available about the properties when you're apartment hunting online. So, I guess, props to R* for the realism on that front!