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It helps to know your budget when looking to rent a property - especially if this is the first time you'll be living on your own and paying for bills.
We've put together these helpful pointers so you can plan ahead:
Work out your finances so that you can act quickly when we find you your next home.
Be realistic - know exactly where you want to live, how much you can really afford and what you need to do to move in quickly. Renting property is a lot faster than buying – so it's good to be ready to go as soon as you see the property you want.
Make sure you consider other outgoings that you'll have on top of the rent such as gas, electricity, council tax, water bills, broadband etc. It's a good idea to write a budget plan by listing all your outgoings against your monthly income.
Consider switching any utilities to get the best deal possible and make savings.
Once you know what you have available to pay for rent and where you'd like to rent, get in touch and we can help find the perfect property for you.