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Househunting? How to Have a Happy Tenancy

Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 11:50 am
by JoeClark
So, you're in first year and you're starting to think about renting a house for second year. There are lots of things to think about, and lots of pitfalls to avoid. Here are some things to think about...
Freshers have a tendency to rush in to signing for a house, often before Christmas, fearful that if they don't then "all the good ones will be gone". This is invariably not true, but it's a fear stoked by local letting agents and landlords, eager to get their property rented out as soon as possible for the following year.
Speak to students who are currently in their second or third year about the local housing market. In many towns and cities, there is actually a surplus of student housing, and you should also remember that houses don't all come on to the market at the same time - they will usually be released over the course of several months.

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References https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showth ... ?t=2717990

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