The rent for the company house (we live in) now is much cheaper than that of ordinary houses, so we can't complain much. And even though we accept the old building, the fact that we can't get repairs done quickly when something is damaged is a problem.
It's one thing to lose the use of your own computer (literally: It might be all right to lose the use of your own computer) because of a virus, but it's simply unforgivable to do nothing to get rid of it and thereby spread the virus to others.
Borrowing money may be all right, but
Even if he accepts it
Adjective い is usually nonpast
Not being able to attend may be all right, but
Being expensive may be all right, but
Someone’s being bad at something may be all right, but