Rules on Tenant Deposits

It is now almost standard that when a tenant moves into a new property, they have to pay the landlord a security deposit which is normally the equivalent of a month’s or one and a  half month’s rent. In 2007, the Tenancy Deposit Scheme was set up by the government for landlords to pay deposits

7 Tips For Flatsharers

1) If you’re going away for more than a few days over winter, turn the water off or keep the heating on in the property to prevent pipes from freezing. 2) Check the condition of the locks on doors and windows, and ask the landlord to repair/replace any damaged/broken ones as burglaries increase during the

What to look for a potential flatmate or roommate

Roommates or flatmates have many benefits, especially for singles and students. It is common for singles and students to get together and rent a shared property. However, there are many other situations where you may own a house, have a spare room which can be rented out to somebody else. This is a basic requirement

Preparing a Spare Room in London For Guests

Many people have a spare room which just gets used for storage. If this room is big enough, you can use it for accommodation for somebody else, but first it needs to be prepared so that it is welcoming to potential flatmates or resident. Many people in London are looking for spare rooms or flatmates.

Flat Room Share or Buy a Shared Property?

For the average person to afford a property these days, it will cost around 15 times your average yearly wage. A 5% deposit can be up to £20,000, which means for the average person it will take years to save the needed amount of money. So the only options you will have, is to rent,


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