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1st August 2014, 01:10 PM #16
My son has just started work in Egham and rents a bedroom with shared kitchen and exclusive use of the bathroom for £100 a month.
1st August 2014, 01:13 PM #17
If you want to look at sharong a room SpareRoom is a good place to start, I have seen lovely ones on there
1st August 2014, 01:16 PM #18
Depends totally on location, and what you want.
Student areas / young professionals house share in Leeds, usually £300-£400 a month, all in, including bills etc.
Renting on your own can be cheap £400ish up to whatever £2000+. Depends on area!
I used to be in a large detached house which was £900, but heating such a large property, council tax etc was a killer. Now in a 2bed apartment £600 rent and bills are really low!
1st August 2014, 01:26 PM #19
Bl**dy hell. I was paying £350 for a room with shared kitchen and bathroom in MK.
Originally Posted by laserblazer
1st August 2014, 01:32 PM #20
Agree, I've used them before. I once got a three bedroom detached house all to myself for £350 a month (including all bills), the owner had moved in with her boyfriend and the other two rooms were for her sons who were at uni so never home.
Originally Posted by BKGarry
1st August 2014, 02:02 PM #21
£650 for an end terraced 2 bed house in Alcester, Warwickshire. I could get it cheaper a couple of miles down the road, bringing it down to £550 or so, but I'd rather pay more and live somewhere nice.
1st August 2014, 02:37 PM #22
I was paying £500 for a small en-suite room and shared kitchen/lounge/laundry etc! Admittedly it was a very nice house
Originally Posted by HarryMonkey
1st August 2014, 02:40 PM #23
What's it like living in a place like that? Might be cheaper...
1st August 2014, 03:04 PM #24
I found it ok, the other housemates were nice enough ... older professional types. It had the advantage of a garden and a garage for storing stuff in. We all left at different times in the morning so there was never a queue for the bathroom. You just need to be a bit tolerant/creative around cooking times and organize times between you. Nice to not have to worry about the next gas bill etc.
1st August 2014, 04:13 PM #25
A £70,000 house? Seems cheap?
Originally Posted by madurham
The one across the road from me has just gone up for £800 a month. A mortgage would be less than that that on a house of equivalent size.
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