In the provincial main roads, most of the commercial buildings are 2 or 3 stories high - the ground floor is for business and the upper floors are residential. The usual standard is that the tenant of the ground floor also rents the upper floor which has a connecting access to the ground floor. Some businessmen say that it is not a good practice to live in your place of business. But those renting the said spaces are saving a lot of travel time and transportation expenses. What do you think?